Chaplaincy Services


Rev James Carty SM

Director, Catholic Chaplaincy Services
CatholicCare, 13/133 Liverpool Street, Sydney NSW 2000

Daniel Hill

Convenor, Archdiocese of Sydney University Chaplaincies
John Paul II Student Centre, L1/245 Broadway, Glebe NSW 2037
Phone: 9518 6415

University Chaplaincy: University Chaplaincy in its current form was established by Cardinal Pell in the beginning of 2002. At present it has five staff, it aims to create a Catholic culture on campus and provide spiritual and friendship support to all students.

Hospital Chaplaincy: The Sydney Archdiocese has had a long commitment to ministering to both the sick and those affected by the person’s illness. There are approximately 20 religious and lay chaplains working in a variety of roles within our major hospitals in the Sydney region.

Prison Chaplaincy: Chaplains and the chaplaincy services they provide are available at Long Bay (where there are currently over 1000 men interned) and at Silverwater (where there are almost 1500 women in the five gaols there). The Chaplaincy office provides a range of services from Mass, to prayer reflections, counselling, assistance and general support for family and friends.