St Vincent’s Panto Players Spin a Yarn

On 7 and 8 February St Vincent’s Panto Players gave three performances of their pantomime Sleeping Beauty, at St Vincent’s Church, Crookes, Sheffield.   Whilst the script paid some attention to the traditional fairy tale, it was not exactly the … Read More

James Gibson RIP

Jim and Sally Gibson James Gibson, who was a wonderful husband, dad and grandad passed away peacefully at St John’s Hospice, Doncaster with his wife, Sally and daughters, Laura and Fiona by his side.  He will be deeply missed by … Read More

St Joseph’s Fundraiser

St Joseph’s, Retford, celebrated Shrove Tuesday with an event which was very well attended and raised approximately £350 for the parish.   The Polish Community provided doughnuts and Polish pancakes which were delicious, and traditional pancakes were also sold to … Read More

Reflections on Retiring from Padley

Celia White has retired from her role as Custodian of Padley Chapel and she reflects on her seventeen years of experiences of the shrine and its visitors. Padley really is the most extraordinary and amazing place.  Despite the thousands of … Read More

Catholic Catalyst for Ecumenical Creativity

A member of the United Reformed Church in Wales, South Yorkshire shares news of exciting developments of Churches working together within the Diocese of Hallam. Relationships between Wales Kiveton Methodist Church and their Anglican sisters and brothers at Wales Parish … Read More

Holy Week and Easter

Last month our Children’s Page looked at stories written by Matthew.  On the fifth Sunday in Lent we read a story written by John.  The story is the raising of Lazarus.  Jesus said, “Lazarus, come out” We then move into the … Read More

Refugee Day

The children from the Holy Family School, Stainforth recently visited their local Catholic Parish Church, Our Lady of The Assumption.  There they experienced faith in action, exploring the issues faced by asylum seekers and refugees around the world.  They did … Read More