Welcome to the Manchester Universities Catholic Chaplaincy (MUSCC)
We are situated in Avila House (opposite the UoM Student Union) and next to The Holy Name Church on Oxford Road. Open during the week from 10am until late, pop in for free toast in the morning, and tea/coffee/biscuits all day long. You are welcome to use our library (one of the best kept secrets in Manchester), with free WiFi! Or you can just relax in front of the telly, or play pool and table football. We have a beautiful and peaceful chapel, plus, next door, the largest church in Manchester! Masses are twice a day in term time.
We have loads of groups and activities to get involved in, a vibrant international community, and friends you will keep!
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If you would like to set up a meeting with a priest, book a room in the Chaplaincy for your group/society, or have a general enquiry, please email Stephanie our Chaplaincy Administrator
Becoming a Catholic
For those of you who are interested in becoming a Catholic and have been attending our enquiry group last semester, we will be resuming our meetings for 2015 as of tonight (Wed 21st Jan). We are meeting at 7.00pm this evening in the Strada Room at the back of the church and hope you can make it along.
If you are already Catholic and want to be confirmed, we welcome you to join our group at next week's meeting on Wednesday 28th January at 7pm. For more information about this please email email@example.com.
Welcome back everyone! The Chaplaincy is now open as usual and we are here for you during this busy time of year. We appreciate January can be a hard month to get through as students, full of revision and exams - it can be a stressful time. So you'll be pleased to know that our library is open throughout the week for those of you who want a quiet environment in which to study. We have the heating on and plenty of hot drinks available! Feel free to come by any time whether you want a break from revision or to bring your books and materials with you. We are thinking of you all and look forward to seeing you here soon. GOOD LUCK!
Term Time Masses
We have now resumed our regular Mass schedule during term time;
1.05pm Holy Name Church
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Dates for your Diary
Here's what we have coming up in 2015:
FCJ Vocations Weekend
Taking place this weekend.
NW Catholic Writers Guild
Tuesday 27th January at 7.15pm
The Liturgy of Holy Week