Our Turnbull team
Harry assists in the administration. He is the first face you'll see when you come through the front door. He tries to dispense old-fashioned charm and whenever possible raise the cultural level of Turnbull Hall. He likes to minimise his use of electronics and unnecessary speech. He is not attuned to the zeitgeist, but is more comfortable in the 1890's as he has an affinity with some of the art of Edvard Munch.
Many other people help out part time as chaplaincy office administrators, including Rosemary, Josephine and Ania. All of these great people ensure that the office is organized and managed well so that students can get the best deal out of the chaplaincy.
Mgr Michael Conway is the head of the Chaplaincy Commission. He was the former chaplain for sixteen years. The Chaplaincy Commission helps manage the Chaplaincy Centre. The Chaplaincy Commission is made up of the chaplains, Catholic members of the University staff, officers from the Archdiocesan Administration, Catholic head teachers and other respected figures. We set the vision for the chaplaincy's future. Our vision is that the commission will become pro-active in managing and implementing major initiatives between the Church and the University in three to five years plans, and leave the present chaplaincy team and their outstanding voluntary staff to continue the day-to-day running and refurbishment of the Chaplaincy Centre as a centre of student and parish life.