Fr Christopher is a Benedictine monk of Worth Abbey, Sussex. He became headmaster of Worth School and subsequently abbot of Worth. He featured in BBC TV’s The Monastery in 2005 and presented The Big Silence on BBC Two in 2010. He is a regular contributor to The Chris Evans Breakfast Show on Radio 2. In 2010, he was given his present role as Director of the Catholic Church’s National Office for Vocation. He is an active patron of The Cardinal Hume Centre in London, helping vulnerable young people to make the most of their lives. He has recently joined the board of CTVC, a production company specializing in ethical and religious media.
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Finding Sanctuary: Monastic steps for everyday life (Orion Books 2006)
Finding Happiness. Monastic steps for a fulfilling life (W&N 2009)
Hunger in the UK: the food banks phenomenon
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