The Team

Bishop Peter Doyle

Bishop Peter Doyle

Chair, Bishops' Committee for Marriage & Family Life

The Right Reverend Peter Doyle is the Bishop of Northampton and has responsibility at the Bishops' Conference for the pastoral care of marriage and family life. He is also Chair of the Bishops' Conference Committee for Marriage & Family Life. Born in Wiltshire near Blackburn in 1944, Bishop Doyle was ordained to the priesthood on 8 June 1968. For further biographical information on Bishop Peter, please visit the websites of the Diocese of Northampton and the Catholic Bishops' Conference.

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 Caroline Dollard

Caroline Dollard

Marriage & Family Life Project Adviser

Caroline first joined the Project Office as the Family Catechesis Development Worker in March 2014 and was subsequently appointed as Marriage & Family Life Project Adviser in January 2017 alongside Hannah Moruzzi. She comes with wide experience in retreat work and formation of catechists for ministry with children and adults. She has a particular interest in Liturgy and in RCIA, serving on the national RCIA Network executive for many years. Caroline is former Chair of the national liturgical society, Society of St Gregory and was a member of the pastoral team at Ampleforth Abbey from 1996-2008. Caroline served as the Celebrating Family Project worker for the Diocese of Middlesbrough in 2008-2012. She has an MA in Liturgy and Diplomas in Pastoral Theology and Catechesis.

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  • phone number:
  • 07807 106441

  • our address:
  • Marriage and Family Life Project Adviser 39 Eccleston Square, London SW1V 1BX

  • email address:
  • caroline.dollard@cbcew.org.uk


Hannah Moruzzi

Hannah Moruzzi

Marriage & Family Life Project Adviser

Hannah joined the Project Office in September 2010. She worked as Marriage & Family Life Communications Officer before becoming joint Communications & Projects Adviser in 2011. Hannah was appointed as Marriage & Family Life Project Adviser in January 2017 alongside Caroline Dollard. For the past six years Hannah has worked closely with a wide range of diocesan projects funded through the Celebrating Family Fund and is actively involved in the national development of the Family Group Movement. Hannah has a degree in Social Anthropology and worked in the recruitment and travel industries before joining the FCO in 1994 where she trained as a Management Consultancy Practitioner before leaving to raise her family.

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