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Spiritual Life

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Under the patronage of St George, all that we do here is guided and led by our Catholic ethos.
The college chapel is open for students and staff to visit informally during the day and tutor group take it in turns to use the chapel as a more formal setting for their morning collective worship.
We also have a weekly mass celebrated by one of our local clergy that is either welcome to all (at lunchtime) or a specifically for a tutor or class group.

The hall is used for larger whole school liturgies which take place at the beginning and end of each term as well as holy days of obligation and, of course,
St George’s Day on 23rd April. All students and staff attend these celebrations and many take part in reading, serving, singing and other music ministries. We encourage as many students as possible to be involved in the planning and organising of such celebrations by becoming active members of the chaplaincy group.

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At break and lunchtimes the chapel is staffed by the Chaplain and her team of students. It is open for anyone who wants to have a bit of peace and quiet, say a prayer, have a chat, ask for a prayer, light a candle…. We have different prayer groups that meet during the week led by students and staff.

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Our college Chaplain, Ms Cunio, is available to support all students and staff in their daily worship, whole schools celebrations and assemblies.  We are proud of our community links and the family atmosphere we have at college events – the relationship between college, parishes, home and primary schools helps to build this community and the Chaplain is active is this aspect of college life.

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The School Chaplain Ms Cunio
is in school every day except Thursdays.
The Chapel is open on those days at lunchtime
if you want to come along to:

Have a bit of peace and quiet
Say a prayer
Have a chat
Ask for a prayer
light a candle
All are welcome!


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