St John’s Seminary is the operating name for the Charity for the Advancement of the Roman Catholic Religion in the Roman Catholic Dioceses of Southwark and Arundel and Brighton.
Registered Charity No: 251432.
The Trustees are appointed by the Archbishop of Southwark and the Bishop of Arundel and Brighton. The current Trustees are Most Rev Peter Smith, Rt Rev Kieran Conry, Rt Rev John Hine, Rev Mgr John Hull. The Rector is Rev Mgr Canon Jeremy Garratt.
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