Remembering the people of our churches who were lost in service on Titanic
From the archives
Stories of the lost and the survivors of Titanic from Southampton’s Catholic churches
15 April 1912 – News spreads through Southampton of a great tragedy. For the first time, news of the Catholic crew and passengers mourned by the parishes of Southampton as seen through the pages of The Southampton and Woolston Catholic Magazine
A journey through the lives of the priests who have served our parish over the years
On June 17th 2011 Canon MacDermot-Roe, who was parish priest at St Boniface’s Church from 1967-2000, will be celebrating in Ireland the 60th anniversary of his ordination.
The very first Mass of the Southampton Polish Mission was celebrated at the Church of St Boniface on May 3rd 1951 – 60 years ago.
Former parishioner Fr Peter Sprague died in his sleep on the night of 14 January after a long battle with cancer. He was 46 years old.
A former priest of the St Boniface mission, Fr Michael Mullins, and his service in the trenches of World War One.
The story of World War One air hero Charles Collet, a parishioner here at St Boniface.
Life stories of eight of our boys who died in action during World War Two.