St Wilfrid’s Centre celebrated its 29th birthday on Tuesday, 7 January with a party to the sounds of ‘4ever Young’ band. A good excuse for a dance and to use up left over crackers!
Archives for February 2020
Mrs Betty Rogowski Mrs Betty Rogowski died on 4 November at the age of 95. She was a founder member of the Union of Catholic Mothers in the parish of Christ the King, Rossington. Mrs Nellie Lawson died on 12 December. She was a devout member of the Union of Catholic Mothers for over […]
The English and Welsh Bishops are organising a national pilgrimage to this Congress, as a continuation of the work of Adoremus in 2018. An accommodation and travel package (from Heathrow) has been arranged. There are two options (either 5 or 7 nights). Bookings need to be made by Easter. For information on the congress see […]
Young people from Hallam Diocese challenge world leaders and newly elected MPs on climate change As world leaders met at the UN climate summit in Madrid, fifty young people gathered in Sheffield on 9 December, and urged them, ‘Don’t let climate change threaten our future’. It’s a message they want the new clutch of […]
On a recent visit to Immingham Docks, Martin Dearnley, the Past President of Barnsley Catenian Circle, presented a cheque for £800 to the National Director of the Apostleship of the Sea. The charity, which was one of two Martin nominated for his Presidential Year, supports seafarers worldwide. The Apostleship of the Sea provides practical […]
Minnie Liddle, former parishioner of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Bentley, Doncaster celebrated her 106th birthday on 12 December. She now lives in a care home close to her daughter across town and receives Holy Communion from the local parish, but is still well remembered in Our Lady’s parish where she was an active […]
Ciaran and Emily McKinley recently celebrated the Baptism of their son, James Brendan McKinley, at St Marie’s Cathedral. The celebrant of the Baptism was Bishop Donal McKeown, Bishop of Derry, Northern Ireland and the baby’s great-uncle. James’ Godmother was Sr Agnes Kilonsky and his Godfather was Donal McKinley.