Sister Mary David Totah

Dear Members and Friends of the Guild. May I respectfully request that you remember in your prayers the Soul of Sister Mary
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Sister Mary David Totah

CPG Stewards Required

Catholic Police Guild Stewards are required to carry the statue of Our Lady Of Fatima for The Rosary Crusade of Reparation,
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CPG Stewards Required

RIP Patrick Egan

Dear All, Following the death of our revered and loved Guild member, Patrick Egan, on 19th, September 17, at his home
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RIP Patrick Egan

RIP Terry Carroll

We are sad to hear that retired Chief Superintendent Terry Carroll has passed away. Terry was in charge of the Guild
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RIP Terry Carroll

Fr Eugene Campbell’s Silver Jubilee Mass

Members of the CPG attended the Silver Jubilee Mass at Patchway, Bristol, in honour of Fr Eugene Campbell.  The joyful
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Fr Eugene Campbell’s Silver Jubilee Mass

Where is God in all the tragedy in the world?

Children at American schools are confronting religious bigotry.  They share a fantastic message in response to a question asked by
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Where is God in all the tragedy in the world?

CPG Chair Supt Donna Allen Retires – A Message From Our Honorary President

I would like to place on record and offer heartfelt thanks to Superintendent Donna Allen who retires from Greater Manchester
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CPG Chair Supt Donna Allen Retires – A Message From Our Honorary President

Diocesan Medal Presentation Invite

Joseph Carty has invited any Guild members who may be available to be present on Easter Sunday at 11 am
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Diocesan Medal Presentation Invite

Mass – Feast of St Michael the Archangel

The feast of St Michael the Archangel is celebrated on the 29th of September annually. The North Details to be confirmed The South DS
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Mass – Feast of St Michael the Archangel

BBC Radio 4 Daily Service – Faith In The Police

Fr. Barry Lomax, National Chaplain of the Catholic Police Guild, reflects on the nature of police work and the dedication
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BBC Radio 4 Daily Service – Faith In The Police

94th Annual Requiem – 2016

The Annual Requiem was held at Westminster Cathedral on 16th. November with the Mass celebrated by His Eminence Cormac Cardinal
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94th Annual Requiem – 2016

Kraków Pilgrimage

In October this year, the Guild will be visiting Krakow, Poland.  Places are limited (approx 6 remaining) so if you
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Kraków Pilgrimage

Mass – Requiem For Fallen Officers & Staff

This year's mass will be on Thursday 9th November 2017.  Further details will be available when the committee meets to
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Mass – Requiem For Fallen Officers & Staff

Mass – Feast of Corpus Christi

The Feast of Corpus Christi (Latin for Body of Christ) is a Latin Rite liturgical solemnity celebrating the belief in
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Mass – Feast of Corpus Christi

Stewarding

A strong charism of the Catholic Police Guild is stewarding. Catholic Police Guild members have a strong association with Westminster Cathedral.
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Stewarding

President’s New Year Message

Dear Colleagues, I would like to take this opportunity to wish you all a very Happy New Year. 2016 has been
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President’s New Year Message

@catholic_police

- November 22, 2017

RT @JTM2894: Matthew 5:10 "Blessed are those who are persecuted because of righteousness, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven." @acn_uk #Re…
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- November 22, 2017

RT @theliturgylady: Just wondering why the fantastic @polchaplainsuk only have 82 followers? @catholic_police @uk_cpa @policecommander @Pol…
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- November 22, 2017

RT @ChristianToday: Houses of Parliament turn 'colour of blood' in stand against religious persecution https://t.co/LLW4kSBvbo #RedWednesda…
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- November 22, 2017

RT @CardinalNichols: The Government promised the Catholic Community to scrap the ban on new Catholic schools. Write and tell them to keep t…
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- November 20, 2017

RT @StEdwardsColl: We are supporting 'Red Wednesday' 22 Nov 2017, a call for respect and tolerance for people of faith and between differen…
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The Catholic Police Guild (CPG) of England & Wales was founded in 1914 as the Metropolitan and City Catholic Police Guild. The association was formed to cater for the spiritual needs of Catholic Police men and women and was approved by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Westminster.

In 1974 the Guild became a national association with membership open to Police Officers serving in the Police Forces in the rest of England and Wales.

More recently membership has been opened up to Police Staff & Police Community Support Officers. The CPG also has a Friends category of membership for other civilian supporters.

The Guild has had a significant resurgence over the last couple of years. It is particularly experiencing growth in the North-West of England based around Manchester and Police Officers and Staff from Greater Manchester Police.

In 2014 we celebrated our Centenary Year of Foundation.