Bishop Richard Moth has responsibility at the Bishops' Conference for the mental health project and is the Bishop of Arundel and Brighton. For biographical information please visit the websites of the Diocese of Arundel and Brighton and the Catholic Bishops’ Conference.
Bishop Richard Moth
After graduating with a music degree in 2014, Steph started working at the Bishops’ Conference in September of that year as a Parliamentary Intern. After her internship finished in July 2015, she continued working at the organisation in a Policy and Research role in the Department for Christian Responsibility and Citizenship, and takes on the role of Mental Health Project Officer from January 2018. Steph completed an MA in Christian Ethics from Heythrop College, University of London in September 2016.
As well as the above enthusiasms Steph runs and recently raised almost £3000 in sponsorship for the Cardinal Hume Centre by taking part in the Valencia Marathon where she managed to cross the finish line in a very respectable time of 4:01:59.