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More than 1,000 Indian families affected by the COVID-19 pandemic will benefit from support in the port of Cochin after the global seafarers’ charity Stella Maris was awarded a major grant by The Seafarers International Relief Fund (SIRF). This grant … Read more
Drugs and drink pose dangers to seafarers, Vatican congress told.
Cardinal Vegliò, officially opened the congress.
Bishop Tom writes to tell us of a dramatic incident at sea.
Pope to address Apostleship of the Sea conference on the New Evangelisation
The Vatican Looks for ways to help those who work, live on sea at World Congress
AoS works with the Merchant Navy Welfare Board (MNWB) to help seafarers communicate.
Fr Colum honoured at port centenary celebrations.
Donate yourself and your time and make the world of difference to seafarers.
The new release from Robert Miller coming soon.
Nun provides ship with rags for engine because crew had no money.
Today’s edition of The Financial Times features a letter from AoS.
St Peters School in Bridlington celebrate the ‘Harvest of the Sea’.
AoS paid a visit to the Stirling Catenians to raise some awareness.
Specialist swim club Leicester Saffron raised money for AoS with a sponsored one mile swim.
Heart Gives Unto Heart Catholic Internet Radio’ plans to launch in October.
Indian seafarers have the opportunity to attend a Golden Jubilee Mass thanks to AoS
Apostleship of the Sea is celebrating 50 years of providing help to seafarers visiting Ivory Coast.
For the third year in a row, a group of students from Ampleforth College made a visit to Teesport.
Peter Barrigan ordained as a permanent Deacon.
On Sunday 15th July, the Apostleship of the Sea held a special service for Sea Sunday
Well done to all those brave people who ran the London 10K for us on Sunday 8th July
Kevin Doyle, one of our Trustees had the honour of carrying the Olympic Flame across the Irish Sea
Seafarers Awareness Week (25 June-1 July) is an annual campaign coordinated by Seafarers UK
It is that time of year again when we start gearing up for Sea Sunday.