Monthly Archives: June 2012

  • The Second Lourdes Hospitalité Summer Ball

    The Second Lourdes Hospitalité Summer Ball took place on Friday 31st August at the Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough. It was attended by 171 guests who were served with a welcome drink, a tremendous three course meal followed by coffee, and a superb night of live entertainment supplied by Jeremy McMurray and friends supported by Evelyn from [...]

  • View from a Seminarian

    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 RIP

    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 [...]

  • Catholic Women’s League

    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 [...]

  • A Knight to remember!

    Knights of St Columba, their friends and families will mark nine decades of Charity, Unity and Fraternity in Middlesbrough with a celebratory dinner at the Riverside Stadium on 12th October.
    It’s 90 years since Council 29 was established in the town, and since then hundreds of men have played their part in supporting the Church’s mission [...]

  • Year of Faith

    To mark the 50th Anniversary of the opening of the Second Vatican Council, Pope Benedict has asked the Church to celebrate a Year of Faith running from 11th October 2012 to the Feast of Christ the King 2013.
    In the coming months the Catholic Voice will carry details of various Diocesan Celebrations and initiatives to mark [...]

  • Annual Pilgrimage to Walsingham

    [ Saturday October 27, 2012 to Sunday October 28, 2012. ] Bishop Terry will lead the annual Diocesan Pilgrimage to Walsingham on 27-28th October.

    The cost is £65.00 per person and includes transport, evening meal, bed and breakfast, and Sunday lunch.

    Application forms are available from Kath Gallagher on 01642 850505 ext 258.

  • James Cook University Hospital Chaplaincy

    Deacon Len Collings is the Catholic Chaplain to James Cook Hospital. He assisted by a team of priests and many lay ministers of Holy Communion.
    If you require the Sacrament of the Sick it is best to request it from your own Parish Priest before going into hospital.
    Mass is celebrated in the Hospital Chapel on the [...]