About Sea Sunday
Sea Sunday 2018 will be celebrated on Sunday 8th July.
Sea Sunday is when we have the opportunity to remember and pray for seafarers, their families and all who support them. On Sea Sunday Catholic Churches take up a second collection with all funds raised going to the Apostleship of the Sea to support our work. It is a day of remembrance, prayer and celebration, and an opportunity to think about and thank those seafarers who work tirelessly throughout the year bringing us goods we often take for granted.
We rely on your help to ensure that Sea Sunday is recognised in Parishes. If you would like more information of how you can help within your Parish then please contact us.
Please support Sea Sunday so our vital work with seafarers continues.
News & Stories
2 days ago
Our AoS Canada Chaplains conference successfully concluded with a thanksgiving mass and the presentation given by Dr.Jason Zidermer the executive director of NAMMA. ... See MoreSee Less
4 days ago
The second and third day conference went on well according to the planed agenda. ... See MoreSee Less
6 days ago
Canadian AoS Chaplains conference in Montreal started with the inaugural mass this evening presided over by our Episcopal promoter Bishop Dowd on the day of his eight Episcopal ordination anniversary. ... See MoreSee Less
2 months ago
I would like to thank Deacon Dan and Kerry for hosting me in their residence during my port visit to Halifax. It also gave me an opportunity to have a clear view of the departure of the cruise ships Queen Elizabeth and Queen Mary. ... See MoreSee Less
This morning I had driven from Fredericton to Halifax. Visited the Seafarers center with the Chaplain Deacon Dan. The Chaplain from Sydney Fr.Roman came over to meet us. We had a meeting there and blessed the food about to be shared with the well wishers of the Seafarers center. We also participated in that fundraising lunch. After lunch visited a ship. Deacon Dan is hosting me in his residence this evening. I also visited St.Thomas church where Deacon Dan serves. Tomorrow morning I will be driving back to Montreal. ... See MoreSee Less