|The British Council|
|Apostleship of the Sea|
|I am employed as a Roman Catholic Chaplain at HM Prison Everthorpe in Yorkshire, England. I studied for my degree in Physical Geography BSc at Hull University and also studied English language history with the Open University. I have worked in a variety of capacities and in a selection of European countries. I am a Minister of the Word, a Minister of the Eucharist and on the Parish Council.|
|I enjoy socialising, learning new things, learning languages, about history, culture and science. I read fiction, theological books, the Bible and books on a variety of other topics. I listen to a wide variety of music and I play the harp.
I have not had a lot of opportunity to travel but hope to do more in future. I prefer to learn some of the language before I travel and understand a bit about the history and culture of that country. I have learnt a few languages in the past: Spanish, German, Latin, Czech, Polish, Russian, Korean and Arabic. Unfortunately, I forget it as soon as I stop using it!!!
|I am blessed to have been born into a loving family and blessed for having such a wonderful variety of friends. Many thanks to my family and friends.|