Fr Rod Jones is the Catholic Chaplain to Sussex University. He is based at the Meeting House on campus and in Howard House, opposite Falmer Station. He is a monk of Worth Abbey, a Benedictine monastic community based 40 minutes North of Brighton. Fr Rod was once an architecture student at Brighton University, and it was through the Chaplaincy that he discovered his monastic call. He loves Brighton and Hove Albion Football Club so is thrilled to be working a stone’s throw from the stadium! firstname.lastname@example.org
Claire O’Sullivan is the Catholic Chaplain/Faith and Spirituality Adviser to Brighton University, and can usually be found in room 17 of Manor House Wednesday afternoons. She is a wife and mum, and a member of the Wellspring community which is a Private Lay Association of the Faithful committed to daily prayer, sharing life, and living the Gospel. She is a practising iconographer and is passionate about the natural environment, serving as a trustee to the charity The Ecological Conversion Group.
Camillo Cuddeford is the third member of the Chaplaincy team and is based at St Joseph’s Church (at the bottom of Elm Grove, BN2 3AA). He has worked in various care roles including at L’Arche London. Now he is a member of The Wellspring Community, a Benedictine lay community (with a consecrated branch) rooted in the Word, community & mission. He enjoys doing various sports, especially volleyball & Krav Maga.
This is an old video made in 2020 when our facilities were closed, but you can still learn about the chaplaincy and take a look around the spaces: