The Chaplaincy exists to support students, their parents and the staff in whatever way this support might be needed.
The 'Hot Potato' Shop; 'Fairtrade'; 'School Assemblies'; 'Voluntary Masses'; 'Parents' Prayer Meetings' as well as the Outreach and Retreat programmes are just some of the activities organised by the Chaplaincy. The College has two full time chaplains, one of whom is a Josephite and an ordained Catholic Priest.
The Chaplaincy exists to support students, their parents and the staff in whatever way this support might be needed. It could be a quiet chat or a visit to a hospital to see them. The chaplaincy is also involved in supporting the wider Georgian family including baptisms, marriages and funerals in the College Chapel. Among the annual highlights are the celebrations organised by the Chaplaincy to mark St Joseph's Day (19 March); St George's Day (23 April); Founder's Day (1 December) as well as Armistice Day Service in November and the Carol Service in December.
The outreach programmes include visiting the elderly in their residential homes, running a club on Thursday evening at the College for vulnerable people in the local area, the annual trip to Lourdes at Easter as part of HCPT pilgrimage. Each Spring, members of the Josephite Community offer a series of five talks about Christianity to staff, parents and members of the local community.