Arundel Cathedral
Arundel Cathedral
Arundel Cathedral  
Canon Tim Madeley
    Fr. Tim Madeley                  
      Canon Tim was born in Brighton, baptised in St Pancras, Lewes and educated in the Diocesan Catholic Schools system in Lewes, Horsham, Ifield and Crawley. He began his training for the priesthood at St. John's Seminary, Wonersh in 1987 and was ordained to the Diaconate by Bishop Crispian Hollis in the Seminary in 1993. He served his Diaconate in St Joseph's, Redhill until his ordination to the priesthood in April 1994 at St John the Evangelist, Horsham by Bishop (now Cardinal) Cormac Murphy O'Connor.

    Canon Tim was appointed immediately to Our Lady of Ransom, Eastbourne on a temporary basis until this was made permanent later that Summer. He stayed at Eastbourne until his appointment to St. Francis and St. Anthony, Crawley in September 1998. During the next seven years, as part of a developing clergy team, Canon Tim saw the amalgamation of four parishes (seven churches) into one new parish with the clergy living and working from one central parish house.

He was appointed Dean of Arundel Cathedral in 2005 and arrived in mid September.

He was installed as a Canon of the Chapter of Arundel Cathedral on 26th February 2008.

Father Stanislaw Mycek
Fr Stanislaw Mycek was born in the South East of Poland. He began his training for the priesthood at Sandomierz Seminary in 1992 and was ordained to the priesthood for the same diocese in 1998. He has worked in parishes in Poland, Switzerland and since 2008 in England. Father Stan worked in the parishes of Bexhill on Sea and Guildford before joining Arundel parish in July 2013.    
Deacon David Clifton
Deacon David is an architect by profession and was ordained Deacon of the Cathedral in July 2001. The ordination was conducted by Bishop Kieran.

The Clifton family are long standing Arundelians. David's son Bruno has recently taken his vows as a Dominican Friar

  Deacon David Clifton  

Lay assistants and altar servers provide dedicated support for the liturgy, while beautiful flowers, arranged by a team of ladies, decorate the Cathedral.

Cleaning of the church is regularly done by a devoted body of volunteers from the congregation.