Catenians are Catholic men who are committed to their faith, their families, to those in need, and to each other.
At Sutton Coldfield’s July Circle meeting there was a surprise presentation to Brother Daniel Hurd who received his 25 year membership certificate from Brother Provincial Director John Minister. Nothing unusual for our Provincial Director awarding membership certificates but for Brother Daniel it was a case of his former teacher awarding his former pupil. Brother John was Deputy Head of Bishop Walsh School Sutton Coldfield when Brother Daniel was a pupil at the school. Fortunately for Brother Daniel the presentation was not accompanied by a lengthy school report.read more
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Last week Brother John Duddington, former President of Malvern Circle, distributed the prizes to award winning children of St Joseph’s school Malvern including prizes for regular attendance and most improvement during the term. In attendance on the day were the school...read more
At Kenilworth Circles recent joint meeting with Leicester 53 in June, President Bernard Baxter thought he would 'spice' up the evening a little: "Following our Joint Circle Meeting and Dinner with Leicester on Wednesday evening, we played ‘Brothers, would I lie to...read more
Brother Director John Minister presented Brother Paul Wagstaff with his 50 year Certificate at the dinner following our June Meeting in the presence of 42 Brothers and Wives. Brother President Bernard O'Keefe and Provincial President Paul Clancy congratulating Paul...read more
One of the principal aims of the Catenian Association is to advance the interests of young people. Every year regional heats are arranged by local Catenians for students aged 16 to 18 in Catholic education to participate in public speaking competitions to find the...read more