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Welcome To St Helens Circle Catenian Website

On behalf of the St Helens Circle, the 21st Circle of the Catenian Association, I would like to extend to you a warm welcome to our website.

St Helens has an active and thriving Circle of over 60 Brothers, with an age profile from 30 to nearly 90, we have a wide breadth of ideas and experiences. Some brothers are now retired, others still with active careers, but all share the same sense of brotherhood and traditional Catholic values.

We meet on the first Wednesday of each month at The Nalgo Club St Helens, where, after a short formal meeting, we socialise together over a 2 course buffet style meal, for which no charge is made to visitors including those interested in having a look at what we are about without obligation.

We have a wide variety of social events right across the year, the highlight perhaps comes in November with the Ladies night, a fabulous black tie event in honour of our good ladies. Other events across the year are aimed at all the family and are less formal.

Please take a few moments to browse our site and feel free to leave any comments on the contact page.

Phil O'Connor
President

Recent Entries

St Helens Circle is currently reviewing its meeting venue and meeting day. Currently we are trialing  the following venue with a TUESDAY meeting date on the first Tuesday of the month. Unison Club Bishop Rd St Helens WA10 6SX  

St Helens Circle Meeting on April 5th will have 2 reason to Celebrate. Not only will it be the circle’s “Birthday”, our annual charter night, Brother Ron Parr will celebrate his 40th anniversary as a member of the association. To mark the occasion, Ron will be presented with a spec

Cheque for Willowbrook

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The cheque for £180 (monies raised at the race night at West park RFC) was presented to Nichola Saunders for Willowbrook Hospice at the Circle meeting on 1st Feb 2017.

Rolling the stone By Bernard Fyles   On a chilly April morning at the very break of day, some women came to see a tomb where their master had been laid. They came to dress the corpse for death and say a final prayer but when they reached the waiting tomb, the body wasn’t there. […]

New Brother for St Helens

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The St Helens’ September Circle Meeting started with the enrollment into the Association of Bro Steven Whitehouse.  Steven who is a Local Government Officer, joined the Circle only a few months after his son Danny had been enrolled

St Helens Circle History-Foreword

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Long serving St Helens Brother, Ron Parr, tells us what stimulated him to research and write the story of the formation of St Helens Circle.. What prompted me to write the history of St Helens Circle? Well, you may be surprised to learn that it was the menu printed for our Annual Ladies Night (or [&

St Helens Circle History-Part One

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The Story of  St Helens Catenian Circle Part One… On a number of occasions, particularly anniversaries, mention is made of the date our Circle was formed, and the attendance at its inauguration, of Brothers Sandy and Shepherd together with brothers from Wigan and Liverpool Circles. However no

St Helens Circle History-Part Two

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Here follows the next instalment of the history of the institution of the mens Catholic group in St Helens, otherwise know as the St Helens Catenian Circle . This article has been written by long standing Catenian brother, Ron Parr. The History of the first St Helens Circle meeting continues…I

The Catenian Association History

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A Brief History of the Catenians The Catenian Association was founded in 1908 at the suggestion of Bishop Louis Casartelli, then Bishop of Salford. The Association began life in Manchester with the rather old fashioned title of “The Chums”. In those early days of Catholic emancipation, young Ca

Provincial Life

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Brother Provincial Director Peter Rogers  writes of his role representing Province 4… THE  FIRST  THREE  YEARS  I was elected to office in December 2009 and installed as a Member of Grand Council at the National Conference in Bournemouth in May 2010  My first appointment was to the He

Provincial Councillor

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Newly elected in 2018, John Williams is the Circle elected representative as Provincial Councillor for The St Helens Circle. Circles, for administrative and other purposes so directed by Grand Council, are geographically placed in Provinces.   St. Helens Circle being one of ten Circles along with


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