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MEET THE CHAPLAINS

Fr Paul Keane (square)

Fr Paul Keane

Chaplain

M. 01223 742192

E.  pjk1001@cam.ac.uk

I am a priest of the Diocese of Brentwood (Essex and East London) and have been the Catholic Chaplain to the University of Cambridge since 2022. Born and raised in London, I read History at Peterhouse, and trained for the priesthood in Rome at the Venerable English College. Having been a curate, a parish priest, and vice-rector of a seminary, it is a privilege to be the chaplain and live at Fisher House. I look forward to meeting you!

Sr Ann Swailes op

Assistant Chaplain

M. 07553 892943

E.  acs92@cam.ac.uk

I grew up in rural Devon and I read English and Theology at Oxford, where I was received into the Catholic Church. I entered the Dominican Order in 2003, and currently live in a small community of sisters based in the Huntingdon Road. I have recently completed a PhD at Clare College, investigating the relationship between the mystery of suffering and our understanding of the nature of the Church, and this year I shall be combining my ministry at Fisher House with teaching ecclesiology and ecumenism at Blackfriars, Oxford.  In my (occasional) spare time, I enjoy choral singing, swimming, reading and writing poetry (good and bad respectively!) and cooking and eating international food.

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Fr Albert Robertson op

Assistant Chaplain

E.  albert.robertson@english.op.org

I was born in Surrey and went to university in London and Oxford. After a period of time preparing for Anglican ministry, I became a Catholic and, a couple of years later, entered the Order of Preachers.

I studied at Blackfriars, the Dominican study house in Oxford. After ordination to the priesthood I spent time as a university chaplain at the University of Edinburgh, assigned to the Dominican community there. 

Henri Godefroy

Assistant Chaplain

E.  henri.fisherhouse@gmail.com

I am a seminarian of the Diocese of Paris (France), spending a year at Fisher House to help to spread the Gospel.  

I started my priestly formation in 2016, after (rather short) scientific studies. I enjoy all kinds of theology, which has led me to appreciate modern philosophy and litterature. My hobbies include music and sport.

Thank you for your patience with my French accent. I look forward to meeting you!

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