The Education Service

Appointment of Secondary School Chaplains

Chaplaincy needs may be served by a variety of persons. School chaplaincies may mean individual secular or regular priests or collaborative teams consisting of a number of consecrated persons, priests and laity, co-ordinated by individual lay or consecrated persons who may be either male or female. Prior to appointment, schools should draw up a school specific job description that sets out the duties of the post.

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