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No one should feel alone. We offer support, friendship and advocacy services.

Support for prisoners

We visit prisoners, offering compassion to them and their families and encourage fairer treatment in prisons.

Support for Irish Travellers

Advocating for the human rights of Travellers and helping to improve their situation in the criminal justice system.

The Irish Chaplaincy is the only charity supporting Irish prisoners across the whole of England and Wales. As a result of the research we’ve introduced, many prisons have rethought their approach to Travellers. We believe in a fairer more just society.

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General
August 7, 2020

Irish Chaplaincy Retreat via Zoom

I’ve always enjoyed being on retreat and I’ve always enjoyed helping to lead retreats, and the Irish Chaplaincy Summer Retreat via zoom conference was no disappointment. (more…)
July 29, 2020 in Blog, General

Jesus and his women friends

Jesus liked women.  He certainly liked Martha (whose feast we celebrate this week) and her sister Mary.  They and their brother, Lazarus, lived in Bethany, a small village a few…
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July 15, 2020 in Blog, General

Our great big family

You know the saying: never judge a book by its cover.  Well, the same could be said about people.  Never judge them by their faces or the way they appear. …
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July 14, 2020 in Blog, COVID-19

Coming out of Lockdown

I’m not sure which has felt more strange: going into lockdown or coming out of it. (more…)
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July 13, 2020 in General, News

Summer Retreat ~ Irish Chaplaincy

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Become a Cairde (Gaelic for friend) with the Irish Chaplaincy and give a regular donation.

You can also send us your details if you wish to find out more about Volunteering opportunities and remembering Irish Chaplaincy in your will.