Dear Brothers and Sisters
There are many voices clamouring for my attention during the course of every single day; from the moment I wake to my radio alarm until I fall asleep listening to soothing music. Some stridently demand that I listen to them, others mellifluously insinuate my desperate need of them if I am to [...]
Dear Brothers and Sisters
“The Year of Faith will also be a good opportunity to intensify the witness of charity.”
Will it make a real difference?
Will the effects of the Year of Faith be felt beyond the doors of our Churches and in the wider world? There is a danger that the Year of Faith might be seen as concentrating [...]
As well as the training days already announced there will now be an extra mop-up session – you need to attend one of these sessions if you want to work as a Branc in Lourdes.
There will be a session in Hull on Saturday 20th April 10:30 for an 11:00 start in the Sacred Heart [...]
The following Brancardier meetings have been arranged
The Hull meeting will be on Tuesday the 19th March in The Humber Social Club (formerly the Royal Hotel), starting at 19:30
36 New Bridge Rd, Hull HU9 2RG
The Middlesbrough meeting will be on Thursday 21st March in the St Francis Social Club, also starting at 19:30
Acklam Rd, Middlesbrough [...]
Word of the Lord Conference – Durham, 24-26 April, 2013
I am writing to let you know about the forthcoming ‘Word of the Lord’ Conference, which has as its focus celebrating the gift of the Scriptures at the heart of the Church in England and Wales.
In this Year of Faith, this unique gathering in Durham [...]
CCS Mass of Thanksgiving and Ushaw Lecture from the Grand Master of the Knights of Malta
Centre for Catholic Studies, Durham University
March 6th will be an incredible day of thanksgiving, learning and forward reflection for the supporters and friends of the Centre for Catholic Studies and Ushaw College. Bishop Seamus Cunningham will celebrate a Mass of [...]
Being a student in Rome means that you have the amazing privilege of being close to the Holy Father. After a year, I still haven’t got over the fact that I can walk out of the English College after Mass on a Sunday to see, listen to, and pray with the Pope at the Angelus. [...]
Father Edmund Hatton, Benedictine monk of Ampleforth Abbey who among his many roles spent more than 30 years revolutionizing and tending Ampleforth’s orchards, died peacefully at Ampleforth Abbey in Yorkshire on Friday 31st August 2012 at the age of 90.
Christopher Hatton (Edmund was his monastic name) was born in West Malling where his father, Sir [...]
Cleveland Newman Circle
Presents a talk
“THE REFORMATION IN CLEVELAND”
Doctor Christine Newman
Wednesday 17th October, 7.45pm
Coffee from 7.30pm
St Bernadette’s, Nunthorpe, TS7 OEB
The members of the Middlesbrough Branch of the Catholic Women’s League have two dates to look forward to in October. The Branch Meeting at St Joseph’s in Hull on Saturday 6th October starting with Holy Mass at 11.30 am. The following weekend, 12th to 14th October, many members will be attending the National AGM at [...]