CathSoc is the University of Bristol Catholic Society. Run by a yearly elected committee, CathSoc arranges many events - such as social gatherings, retreats and speaker events. Check out the events page for more details of what's going on:
CathSoc is the society for Catholic Christians, based at the Bristol University Catholic Chaplaincy (est. 1964). Through regularly meeting together for Mass, food, teaching and socials, we aim to provide an environment for intellectual and spiritual growth for the community of Catholic students and staff. Whether you're new to the faith, a cradle Catholic, or perhaps non-Catholic and just a bit curious, you can be sure to find a warm welcome.
As well as celebration of the Holy Mass with our Chaplain Fr. Rupert Allen, the society organise discussions, debates, talks, (lots of) tea, community, theology, prayer, parties, pastoral support, pub trips, walks, weekends away, trips abroad, film nights, retreats, Christmas carols, charity work, worship, music, contemplation, good food and more!
For many of our members, the Chaplaincy becomes like a second home and family, and we'd really like you to be a part. At 103 Queens Road you will find the common room and chapel open every day from 9am-10pm, with space to study and relax (message a committee member for the door code).
If you want to become a member of CathSoc, or you would like to receive regular updates, please click on our Facebook link below.