Fr Guy de Gaynesford was educated at Ampleforth College and read History at Oxford before training for the priesthood at St John’s Seminary, Wonersh. He was ordained in 1996 for the Diocese of Plymouth. He was parish priest of St Mary’s Catholic Church, Bodmin, Cornwall, from 2000-09, and of Brixham and Dartmouth, Devon, from 2009-10, after which he went to Rome to study for a Licence in Sacred Theology which he was awarded in June 2012 from the Gregorian Pontifical University. Fr Guy took up a new appointment as parish priest of the Catholic Church of the Sacred Heart & St Teresa of the Child Jesus, Paignton, Devon, in September 2012.
Fr Robbie Low was educated at Tiffin Grammar and read History and Theology at Pembroke College, Cambridge. He spent 25 years of parish ministry in the Church of England. In 2004, he and his wife, Sara, were received into the Catholic Church. Fr Robbie was ordained into the Catholic priesthood for the diocese of Plymouth on 27th October 2012 in the Catholic Church of St Mary & St Petroc, Bodmin, by Bishop Christopher Budd. He runs Fowey Retreat in Cornwall in addition to assisting in ministry and pastoral work in the deanery of Cornwall. For details of Fowey Retreat retreats and courses go to this link.
Sr Roseann Reddy SGL worked for the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children before moving to the offices of the Glasgow Archdiocese where she assisted Cardinal Thomas Winning in his pastoral work. In 1997, as a result of his memorable offer to assist those caught up in the trauma of abortion, he founded the Cardinal Winning Pro-Life Initiative which Sr Roseann has run from the beginning. In 2000 she and her colleague, Sr Andrea, became the first members of a new religious community in Scotland for many years, the Sisters of the Gospel of Life. See our For Life page.