Today is the Feast of Saint Michael, our patron, and there will be two Masses celebrated, one in the North and one in the South.  COVID-19 has obviously impacted the way we organise and deliver key events, however I am very pleased to inform you that Mass will be celeb...

September 8, 2020

I joined the Catholic Police Guild in the 1990’s and by 2010 I was playing an active role as a member of the NEC, serving both as the representative of the Province of Westminster and the County of Norfolk, where I was a serving Police Officer.

I was asked to represent...

On the first Monday of each month you can book a 15 minute slot to speak with a nominated member of the National Executive Committee.  Bookings will be available from 15:00 - 17:30. 

To book a slot, please email me, DS James Milligan, james.milligan@catholicpolice...

Granted Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur by the Vatican, this book covers all manner of social issues relating to the Catholic faith and policing.  The result is an interesting take on how Police Officers morals and ethics are constantly being put to the test.

With forw...

The funeral of John Totham will take place at 1400HRS on Thursday 7 May at Long Ditton cemetery. The graveside service will be attended by immediate family only and will be conducted by Fr David King of the Roman Catholic Church of the Holy Name, Esher.


His family have...

May 3, 2020

To members of the Catholic Police Guild and colleagues.                     

Today in the Catholic Church worldwide we celebrate the Feast of St Joseph the Worker. I was 11 years old when Pope Pius XII, ten years after t...

Pope Francis is encouraging everyone to pray the Rosary, especially throughout the month of May, “when the People of God express with particular intensity their love and devotion for the Blessed Virgin Mary”.

In his letter for the month of May, the Pope affirms the fami...

It is with regret to inform you that this years AGM is cancelled due to the COVID 19 pandemic.  We have discussed various options, such as teleconference and live stream, but it has been deemed not viable due to the quantity of people who would not have access to the t...

At Easter, we obviously reflect on how, Jesus *conquers the darkness of death by rising to life. The  Resurrection of Jesus is a powerful reminder that death will not have the last word. And during these strange times, we need to hear and believe that message all the m...

From the CPG National Chaplain

As a result of this pandemic, those things we often took for granted, Mass and the Sacraments, have been replaced by uncertainty as our normal way of life is put on hold and that which was once so familiar has become unfamiliar. It is at s...

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