A special Mass was celebrated on October 26 by Apostleship of the Sea (AoS) Milford Haven port chaplain Fr Paul Osunyikanmi for the members of the AoS family who have died this year.
This includes past employees, chaplains, volunteer parish contacts and the many seafarers who tragically lose their lives each year whilst carrying out their work of bringing goods to this country – essential work that is largely taken for granted, but which is recognised and supported by Apostleship of the Sea.
Also remembered at the Mass were those who have left a legacy gift to support the work of AoS, as well as deceased supporters, relatives and friends in whose memory we have received donations.
When we lose a loved one, it can often bring consolation in a time of grief to give a donation in their memory.
An in-memory gift is a meaningful way of participating in AoS’s ministry of bringing pastoral and practical support to seafarers visiting ports around Britain.
Go here for more information about in-memory donations, setting up tribute fund, or leaving a legacy in memory of a loved one.