Welcome to the Catholic Society!
First off, register your interest for our Pilgrimage to Paris 14-16 October to be kept up-to-date with all the details: https://forms.gle/1pZ3aoyhReGYVgkM8 !
Our Society is dedicated to creating a friendly environment for LSE students and staff to live and share their faith at university. We are a welcoming community and a great place to meet new people from around the world.
We organis mass, lunch, volunteering, talks and faith-formation online and in-person. Fr Philip Miller is our Catholic chaplain at LSE. He is available for Confessions or conversation on Wednesdays of term from 11am to 12pm in the Faith Centre. There is Catholic Mass on Wednesdays at 12.15pm in the Faith Centre. This is not a CathSoc event, all students and staff are welcome.
The CathSoc is an open environment to discuss faith and all topics related or unrelated to it. Uni years are often a time of struggle and doubt, and coming to Wednesday's lunch (which always takes place in the Faith centre after the 12:15 mass) is a good way to set apart some time to speak about it and hear about other people's relationship with faith.
Keep track of LSE CathSoc activities by following us on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/lsecatholicsociety/ or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/LseCathsoc/.
We are open to anyone, not only to practising Catholics, but also those who might be a little further away from the Church, or people who are simply curious and want to discover more about the Catholic faith. We will be more than happy to chat with you and have you join our activities!
If you are not able to be in London and on campus during part of the year or all of it, we would be happy to welcome you in the society anyway! We offer plenty of online opportunities for socializing (especially important as long-distance studying can feel lonely!), listening to talks, discussing faith-related topics and praying together.
We look forward to this coming year at LSE, and we would be happy to have you join us!