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
Stories and features about parish life and faith
Do we make our church seem a place of peace, where we do not squabble with each other, and gladly let others in?
During Lent our thoughts turn towards the confession of our sins and receiving the Sacrament of Reconciliation. Why do we do this?
Bishop Crispian’s pastoral letter for Lent 2012
Cardinal Basil Hume, Benedictine Abbot of Ampleforth and Archbishop of Westminster from 1976, has now been dead for 13 years which is long enough to assess his legacy.
As we contemplate the chaos of the Christ child’s birth, so we are reminded of our own God-given lives, so full of outward confusion, yet so rich in God-given worth. A worth no-one can take away from us.
“I wish you every blessing and pray with you now as we await the appointment of a new bishop.”
A journey through the lives of the priests who have served our parish over the years
The decision to reintroduce abstinence from meat on Fridays is proving rather controversial.
Sunday Aug 28 2011 is the last to use the present translation. The revised form, which does not affect the readings, applies from Sep 4.