Brother President Bede Hayes cordially invites you to a virtual Race Night to raise funds for Friends of The Holy Land. www.friendsofholyland.og.uk
We are delighted to announce that Brother Habib Karam, Founder President and Secretary of Nazareth Circle will be joining us live and will give a short report on the situation in The Holy Land.
The evening will be very informal with 9 races and then a Grand National race to finish.
Between the races there will be short videos and talks about the Holy Land and specific issues in East Jerusalem, the rest of the West Bank, Gaza, Israel and Jordan and how our Christian Brothers and Sisters are rising to the challenges presented by Covid-19.
Prices per entry (including a bet on each race) £10 or £20 option.
(This event meets all the requirements laid out by the Gambling Commission).
To enter or for more information please email email@example.com
This website does not usually carry advertisements but Katie Churn, daughter of Brother Bob Churn of Wolverhampton Circle will donate 10% of sales generated here to the Catenian Bursary Fund. Katy sells her hand-drawn animal prints and posters from her Etsy Shop KathrynChurnDesigns Just type Catenian in the note alongside each item.
Many brothers and their families from Sutton Coldfield Circle attend Holy Trinity Cathoilc Church Sutton Coldfield which has just introduced live streaming of Holy Mass and other services. This will enable a wide audience as possible to be able to join in Mass and also the Easter Services during this difficult time. Brothers and families in circles within Province No 6 please join us.The link is www.churchservices.tv/suttoncoldfield
Back: Jim Gillen, Mike Sherrard, Deacon Chris, Fr John Moran, Jim Quinn, Dave Prescott
Front: Alan Smith, Paul Clancy, Danny Wright, John Minister, Steve Brain
Stourbridge Circle’s 600th meeting on Wednesday, 11 March took place not at its usual venue but at the impressively appointed Himley Hall in Dudley. There were visitors aplenty and the VIP guest was Bishop David McGough. Unusually for such an occasion, the dress was informal (and none the worse for that). A good meal was enjoyed by all, as were the speeches (not least because they did not go on too long!
In the light of current advice from the government and on the recommendation of Provincial Council Steering Group, Sutton Coldfield Circle have cancelled their April meeting and AGM due to have been held on Monday April 20th at Moor Hall Hotel Sutton Coldfield.