A Day In The Life Of A Chaplain

Today I am being visited at CSM by an Oxford Brookes psychology student who is researching this question:

‘How does someone commit to being a priest? How does a person manage believing in God, living in a sense of belonging and performing services?’

It’s a good question, and personally I’m still working on the answer, but in practical terms, as a chaplain across University of the Arts London, it goes something like this:

‘You walk on the subway, it moves around
You hear someone scream so you go to see what you found
You walk on the subway, it moves around
I ain’t in no hurry, it moves around’

Whatever you’re doing today, have a good one, and blessings on your journey.