Signs of Christmas have gone from our everyday environments. The liturgical calendar has moved to Ordinary Time.  As Christians we recognise that every day God is with us and in us[...]
The Holy Door at the Cathedral Church of St Marie has been officially closed by Bishop Ralph to mark the completion of the Year of Mercy. The Cathedral’s South Door was designated [...]
The shops have long been full of cards, tinsel, presents and a background of Christmas music. For Christians the focus of Christmas is the Birth of Christ. So as Advent begins we f[...]
Across the Diocese there are nurseries, schools, colleges and universities engaged in providing education across the whole age range to develop and support the work that families d[...]
Our Lady of the Assumption Parish, Stainforth recently held a very successful Flower Festival which celebrated the beauty of God’s gifts and also demonstrated the work of var[...]
The pupils of St Catherine’s Catholic Primary School, Sheffield began Refugee Week with a whole school assembly.   Then Rodrigo from the charity “City of Sanctuary̶[...]
Barnsley Pals Remembered As part of the national commemorations to mark the centenary of the start of the Battle of the Somme, Barnsley Catenians held a Mass in Holy Rood Church.  [...]
Solemn Mass for the Dead of the Battle of the Somme On 1 July, on the precise centenary day of the start of the Battle of the Somme, a Commemoration Mass for the Dead was offered a[...]