Chaplaincies

1. Chaplaincy to the Travelling communities

2. Academy and school chaplains

3. Prison chaplaincy

4. University chaplaincy

5. Hospital chaplaincy


1. Chaplaincy to the Travelling Communities

Please contact the Diocesan chaplain, Sr. Bernadette Healy PBVM at S. Augustine's House, Woodborough Road, Nottingham, NG3 4QF, or by calling 0115 950 6693, or by sending e-mail to bhealy58@gmail.com.


2. Academy and school chaplains

When this section is updated, it should enlist the various chaplains by school name. The chaplaincy coordinator, the Rev. John Paul Leonard, may be contacted at 01283 564814, or by sending e-mail to diocesancochap@gmail.com.


3. Prison chaplaincy

When this section is updated, it should enlist the various chaplains by prison name.


4. University chaplaincy

The following universities present in the Diocese have Catholic chaplaincies. Please use the external links to visit chaplaincy websites.


5. Hospital chaplaincy

University Hospitals Leicester Trust

The Catholic chaplain for Glenfield (0116 2583413) and Leicester General Hospitals (0116 2584243) is Christina Mottram (Christina.Mottram@uhl-tr.nhs.uk). Sacramental ministry is supported by the parishes of S. Peter and the Blessed Sacrament, and by the parish of S. Joseph, Goodwood Road. Emergency sacramental support is provided by local clergy, contacted via the hospital switchboard 0300 303 1573.

The Catholic chaplain for the Leicester Royal Infirmary (0116 2585487) is Josephine Feeney-McKay (josephine.feeney-mckay@uhl-tr.nhs.uk). Emergency sacramental support is provided by local clergy, contacted via the hospital switchboard 0300 303 1573.

Non-urgent referrals for all three hospitals should be sent to chaplaincy@uhl-tr.nhs.uk, which is regularly checked.

Leicestershire Partnership Trust

Non-urgent referrals for all LPT community and mental health hospitals should be sent to chaplaincy@leicspart.nhs.uk, which is regularly checked. They may also be phoned to 01509 564218 where a message can be left.

In the community hospitals emergency sacramental support is provided by local clergy, contacted via the ward nursing staff.