Click here for the Social Diary Thinking of joining? Click here St Helens Brother Profiles-Click here Circle Meeting Info-Click here
 

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 21 takes pleasure in announcing a special guest post circle at our meeting on Wednesday February 5th 2014. St Helens Own Premiership Referee Chris Foy   Chris will be joining us following the meeting giving a talk on his life as one the country’s top referees, and will

The Catenian Association Annual Conference 9th – 11th May 2014 Liverpool The World In One City Appeal For Stewards 8th May Duties: Collating welcome packs and setting up welcome/help desks Distributing welcome packs to 11 Hotels   9th May Hotel Help desks ( Brothers  & Wives on rota syst

Lake district weekend March 2014

0 Reviewed by Jimbyrne

Lake District Weekend  For the tenth time in eleven years, sixteen Brothers and wives of St Helens Circle, supplemented by a guest appearance by Ciarán and Carol Byrne from South Liverpool, journeyed north to the southern Lake District, and took up residence for the weekend at Shaw End, in the rol

Sheila Parr RIP

0 Reviewed by Jimbyrne

  St Helens Circle is sad to announce the passing away of Sheila Parr, wife of Ron, Past Circle and Provincial President. Sheila died in Whiston Hospital at 11.00am on Sunday 15th December 2013. May she rest in peace. Requiem Mass at Corpus Christie Church, Chapel Street,  Rainford   WA11 8B

St Helens Christmas Party

0 Reviewed by Jimbyrne

The much anticipated St Helens Christmas Party takes place on Wednesday 11th December 7.30pm at Eccleston Park Golf Club. This annual event is popular to Brothers and their families from all around the Province, and those interested are advised to book with Brother John Francis no later than Sunday

The December meeting(Wednesday 4th December) of  Our Circle will feature the now legendary annual Hot Pot supper (£13.50 for St Helens Brothers and Visitors alike).  There will also be post Circle entertainment from comedian Mickey Finn. This is one of our most popular events in Our calendar and

  Thursday 12th September   Helmshore Mills Textile museum is 10 miles SE of Blackburn, S of the M65. The day consists of four elements; walk, visit, shop and eats. Folk can choose to arrive either for 11.00 am and the full day’s activities, or at 1.00 pm for the visit to the mill and [&hell

Eloquence at Eccleston Park   The annual public speaking competition sponsored by St Helens Catenian circle for students at Carmel College took place on Friday November 8 at Eccleston Park Golf Club. The winner was Michael Sheridan-Warburton who spoke animatedly and passionately on the controve

Ladies Night 23rd November 2013

0 Reviewed by Jimbyrne

      This years Ladies night will take place on Saturday  23rd November at Haydock Park Golf Club. ***Please note this night is now SOLD OUT ***                                                   Menu Starter fan of melon served with s

International Marbles Winner 2013

0 Reviewed by Jimbyrne

September’s Circle meeting saw St Helens host the International Marbles competition for the first time, taking over the mantle from Broughton Circle. [pullquote align=”right”]Competition was fierce with lots of Ashes style sledging and complaints about the shape of the marbles and

Presidents Mass July 2013

0 Reviewed by Jimbyrne

This years presidents Mass took place in the serene setting of The Carmelite Monastery in Eccleston, St Helens. The mass was followed by a BBQ in the grounds of St Julies Church, expertly organised by Bro President Roger Mullin and Wife Sandra.    


On this Site, we use functional/necessary cookies to make this Site function. Third party cookies e.g. Google Maps, You Tube or Facebook are controlled via your browser settings. Read our Privacy Policy -Cookie Policy.