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Catholic charity Stella Maris has expanded its ministry to seafarers and fishers in Europe with the start of chaplaincy services in Denmark from January.
Catholic charity Stella Maris has expanded its ministry to seafarers and fishers in Europe with the start of chaplaincy services
The hard-working seafarers that crew container ships and other shipping vessels are among the true frontline heroes of the past
Our Regional Port Chaplain for Immingham recently reported back with two stories that provide great encouragement and affirmation for the
Stella Maris’s international network of priests, chaplains and volunteers have been busy bringing the Christmas message of hope and joy
Pope Francis has voiced his concern for stranded seafarers affected by the crew change crisis and urged governments to do
Chaplain Julian Wong delivers a Christmas present to the seafarers at Felixstowe Port. This big package is for the 22-man
Seafarer charity Stella Maris recently stepped in to assist V.Ships with a challenge resulting from COVID-19 restrictions.
World Fisheries Day is celebrated annually to highlight the importance of this marine based labour sector, which provides a source
The Sultan Bey crew have now been repatriated A group of 24 seafarers abandoned since July after their ships were
Pope Francis. Photo by Marcin Mazur/Catholic Bishops Conference of England & Wales Stella Maris (formerly known as Apostleship of the
Stella Maris Great Britain Chair of Trustees Dr Esteban Pacha A message from Stella Maris Great Britain Chair of Trustees
https://youtu.be/N7pVy4XOsjA This video message from Cardinal Peter Turkson Cardinal Peter Turkson, Prefect of the Vatican Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human