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Stella Maris is bringing Christmas cheer and support to seafarers who are working harder than ever this year to ensure goods are delivered in time for the festivities. Our chaplains and ship visitors in ports in the UK and worldwide … Read more
For National Womens Day on 8th March, AoS highlights how women are playing a key role
We welcome the launch of National Ferry Fortnight and the focus it gives to the work of ferry crew.
AoS supports a fleet of arrested ships across the UK and Spain.
AoS praises Pope Benedict XVI’s concern for seafarers during his time in office.
Well done to the winners of our returned supporter survey competition.
Holy Fathers’ Lent message calls for AoS to respond to humanitarian needs and spiritual hunger.
Volunteers from Sunderland AoS have stepped in to support for the crew of a ship docked in port.
Development Officer for Scotland undertakes charity swim
AoS is helping seafarers visiting British ports to discover the Bible
Young people from the parish of St Thomas of Cantebury help bring Christmas to seafarers.
Apostleship of the Sea has launched its first directory of port chaplains around the world.
Fr Seddon tells Sue Bryant of the Telegraph what being a priest on board ship entails.
Pope Benedict XVI has praised the work of AoS with seafarers at National Congress.
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.