Tag Archives: Bishop Terry Drainey

  • Bishop Terry visits Teesport

    Following an invitation from the Apostleship of the Sea (AOS), Bishop Terence visited Teesport on Thursday 29th April to see for himself the extent of the port operations and to meet key personnel from the port authority, and volunteers from both the AOS and the Anglican Mission to Seafarers (MtS), with whom the AOS works [...]

  • Encouragement and Support

    The Visit of the Bishops of England and Wales to the Threshold (Ad Limina) of the Apostles, 25th January – 4th February 2010
    We were all called to Rome – all 35 of us, four archbishops, 18 diocesan bishops, ten auxiliary bishops, including one retired, the Apostolic Administrator of the Ukrainian Church in Great Britain, the [...]

  • Bishop Terry’s Pastoral Letter for Lent 2010

    Bishop Terry’s Pastoral letter for Lent 2010 has been posted to Bishop Terry’s section of this site. Click here to read it.
    To hear Bishop Terry’s podcasted version of the Pastoral Letter for Lent 2010, which has also been posted to Bishop Terry’s section of this site, click here.

  • Ad Limina visit to Rome

    Bishop Terry along with the other Bishops of England and Wales recently made an Ad Limina visit to the Holy See to meet with Pope Benedict XVI.

    Photos by kind permission of the Photographic Service, “L’Osservatore Romano”

  • Our Climate is in Your Hands

    The Anglican Bishop of Hull Richard Frith, Pastor Steven Gessen and Canon Michael Loughlin joined Bishop Terry Drainey for the CAFOD Advent service, on the theme ‘Our Climate is in Your Hands’ at St Charles Borromeo Church in Hull on Wednesday 2nd December.

    photo by Bernard Swift

  • Bishop Terry talks to York Carmelites about St Teresa

    On 31st October, the Bishop of Middlesbrough, Rt Rev Terence Drainey, spoke to York Carmelite Spirituality Group about the great Carmelite Saint and Doctor of the Church, Teresa of Jesus of Avila. Some 30 participants packed into the home of the Corpus Christi Carmelites on York’s Lawrence Street to listen to him.

    Bishop Terry spoke of [...]

  • St Teresa of Avila

    Having spent 12 years at Valladolid in Spain, first as a student then later as a Spiritual Director, it was with much experience that Bishop Terence Patrick was able to open this year’s series of talks to the Cleveland Newman Circle by speaking about the life and works of St Teresa of Avila. On Wednesday [...]