- Sunday Masses – 8.30 AM, 10 AM.
- Saturday Vigil Mass – 6.30 PM.
- Monday: 7.30 PM. Exposition until 8.30pm. SVP at 8 PM.
- Tuesday: 10.AM.
- Wednesday: 10 AM . Novena to Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal after 10 AM Mass. Toddler group 10.30-12.
- Thursday: 7 AM & 12 noon. Novena with Holy Communion & Benediction at 7.30 PM. Soup lunch after 12 Mass.
- Friday: 10 AM . Holy hour in the day chapel 2-3 PM.
- Saturday: 10 AM. and Vigil Mass 6.30PM.
Live Stream of Mass from St Marie's
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Sunday Mass: 11am
Weekday Mass: Mon-Sat: 8am
For more information and previous Masses visit St Marie's website.
NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
After consultation, and with the support of Bishop Ralph, we are aiming to create pool of trainedliturgical signers so that we can provide
regular masses for the Deaf in all deaneries.
Doncaster Deaf Trust is running a free online BSL course https://www.doncasterdeafsign.org.uk/
We will providing training in liturgical signing at a later date.
More information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
It is 5 years since Pope Francis wrote this encyclical. Watch a video on youtube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ji1YpDcHncY
Out of love for our sisters and brothers overseas, sign our petition asking the Prime Minister to ensure that the most vulnerable people are the priority in the UK’s international efforts as well as at home.
As soon as ‘lockdown’ happened I contacted the painters and I am pleased to tell you that Church is nearly completed and looks very good. It will be all ready to welcome you when we celebrate Mass together again. I am also going ahead with some other jobs.
I crowned Our Lady (in the Day Chapel) and sung a verse of:
Bring flowers of the rarest, bring blossoms the fairest,
from garden and woodland and hillside and dale;
our full hearts are swelling, our glad voices telling
the praise of the loveliest flower of the vale.
O Mary we crown you with blossoms today,
Queen of the hillside and Queen of the May. x2
It wasn’t the same without you!
St Wilfrid’s Centre is giving out food parcels to the many people who are struggling to cope during this difficult time.
It is running short of tinned meats, fish, potatoes, soups and dried pasta. You can drop them off at the Centre (524 Queens Road) Monday to Friday between 1pm and 3pm, Just ring the bell and leave them on the doorstep.
We give food parcels to people who knock on the door and who are referred from agencies throughout Sheffield.
Please give generously. Thank you.
Bishop Ralph's Latest Document
DIOCESE OF HALLAM Pastoral Letter for the Feast of the Holy Family To be read at all Masses 28/29 December 2019 Dear Brothers and Sisters in Jesus Christ, This time in between … [Read More...]
Events taking place at the Diocese of Hallam
https://whatson.hallam-diocese.com is the diocesan hub for all information about events and activities in the Catholic Diocese of Hallam, Sheffield UK
Joe Ford, Church Action on Poverty deputy chair, speaks to the participants at the Poverty Civic Breakfast Sheffield Church Action on Poverty was recently involved in an event that brought together local politicians, council and community leaders and charities to look at a … [Read More...]
The People Behind the Society of St Vincent de Paul ~ St Louise de Marillac In this second article on key people influential to the formation of the St Vincent de Paul Society we are looking at the life of St Louise de Marillac. Although she was born 242 years before … [Read More...]
The Hallam News has recently carried a number of articles about the Society of St Vincent de Paul, which have been well received. People have appreciated getting to know more about the work of the SVP and also their history. Over the next four months the paper will feature … [Read More...]
At the annual gathering of the priests of the Diocese last October the speaker was Tom O’Loughlin, Professor of Historical Theology at Nottingham University. Tom gave the priests of the Diocese Six Simple Steps which could go some way to achieving Vatican II’s vision in our … [Read More...]
News and Reports
All Saints Catholic High School, Sheffield is delighted to announce that two Year 13 A Level students have been successful in their applications for places at Oxbridge. Oliver has gained a place to study Mathematics at Oxford and Olivia a place to study English at … [Read More...]
Learning Unlimited Teaching School Alliance in Partnership with Sheffield Hallam University selected to deliver prestigious Teacher Programme in East Midlands, South Yorkshire and the Humber Learning Unlimited Teaching School Alliance in partnership with Sheffield Hallam … [Read More...]
Holy Rood Catholic Primary School, Barnsley has been rated good in every area, following a recent OFSTED report. Headteacher, Karen Dobson thanked pupils, staff, parents, governors and the whole school community for their hard work and support. Mrs Dobson … [Read More...]
All Saints Students attend Awards Ceremony for ‘Inspiring Youth Project’ The Inspiring Youth Award Project is open to all secondary schools and run by a dedicated team of serving and retired Police officers and volunteers, all of whom have an interest in … [Read More...]
Our much loved and respected Welfare Worker, Steve Corker, retired recently after over 20 years working with us. He was given a resounding send off by all of our clients, volunteers and staff alike. He will be missed (although his jokes won’t be!) by all, … [Read More...]
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Parish Priest: Mgr William Kilgannon VG
Office: 11, St Ronan’s Road, Sheffield S7 1DX
Telephone: 0114 255 0827