How you can help

"We recognise our inadequacy
and offer it back to God
so that He can work through us."

If Brother Michael’s life inspires you, there are three ways you can help the Cause for his canonisation:

Your letters

We are looking for material that might support our claim that Brother Michael is indeed a candidate for sainthood. Already we have an ever-expanding archive of his writings, prayers, spiritual reflections and interviews, both written and online, as well as his biography and some artefacts connected with him.

We want to add to the archive a body of evidence that speaks of Michael’s saintliness. This can be by letter or written statement. See Letters of Support for the sort of information that the Postulator might want. The attributes of heroic virtue and holiness are crucial: we will need witness that Michael’s reputation has led people to pray to him privately and that they have benefited from his intercession.

We hope to gather information – in the UK and abroad - from all areas and periods of Michael’s life. The intention is to catalogue evidence so that it can be presented in a coherent way, but it will remain private and will not be published without your consent.

Your prayers

Do please pray for the success of our mission. Our campaign prayer speaks of Brother Michael’s spirituality. And, although public veneration is not yet allowed, we can all pray that he may intercede for our own intentions.

The costs

All the costs of the Cause – including those of the Congregation in Rome - must be met by its promoters. This includes copying and archiving costs, travel for researchers and the expenses of the Postulator, over a period of (perhaps) decades and covering his travel and hotel costs in two or more countries. If you feel able to make a contribution, please email Anything you can spare will be acknowledged and very much appreciated.

Your support

If you are interested in supporting the Cause in any way, or have any ideas on how the CBMC might promote it, please contact the Secretary at CBMC at Oakfield Park, 32 Bilton Road, Rugby CV22 7HQ or