For Meditative Stations

Way of the Cross

(Many thanks to Kevan Grady)

1 / 14
Jesus is condemned to death
2 / 14
Jesus is given his Cross
3 / 14
Jesus falls for the first time
4 / 144 / 14
Jesus meets his Mother
5 / 14
Simon of Cyrene is made to bear Jesus' cross
6 / 14
Veronica wipes Jesus' face
7 / 14
Jesus falls for the second time
8 / 14
Jesus meets the women of Jerusalem
9 / 14
Jesus falls for the third time
10 / 14
Jesus is stripped of His clothes
11 / 144 / 14
Jesus is nailed to the cross
12 / 14
Jesus dies on the cross
13 / 14
Jesus is taken down from the cross
14 / 14
Jesus is placed in the tomb

Good Friday Masses: St Marie's Cathedral at 4pm <--------> From Rome at 5pm
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Palm Sunday Mass from St. Peter's Basilica at 10.00am (click Vatican News above)

Pope Francis presided over a time of Special Prayer and Eucharistic Adoration in St. Peter's Square on Friday 27th March 2020, to offer intercession and consolation.
If you were unable to join in live please click here to re-live the moment.
Live-Streaming of Masses from St Marie's Cathedral
Palm Sunday Mass will be streamed at 11.15am and Daily Mass at 8.00am.

Different services from other churches will bracket the live St Marie's Mass.

Available previous days' Masses are listed and can be viewed via Youtube.
(Mondays' Masses seem to be missing.)

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"For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink" ... In truth I tell you, in so far as you did this to one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did it to me." {NJB Matthew 25:35,40}

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Our Lady of Beauchief and St Thomas of Canterbury
S8 7UD


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Our Lady and St Thomas is located south of Sheffield City centre on the A61 in the suburb of Woodseats. Parking outside of the Church on Sunday mornings is restricted to blue-badge holders and to 1 hour before 12.00 on other days. Nearby street and supermarket parking is available.


Parish Priest: Fr. Gus O'Reilly

Welcome to the Website of the Parish of the
Catholic Church of Our Lady of Beauchief
St. Thomas of Canterbury

Owing to the COVID-19 pandemic the Bishops have advised that Masses and other celebrations should not be public: see the latest newsletter.

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English Martyrs, the Chapel of Ease to
Our Lady of Beauchief and St Thomas of Canterbury
S17 4DR

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English Martyrs, Chapel of Ease, is located at the junction of the A621, 'Baslow Road', and 'The Crescent' in the village of Totley. There is a limited number of on-site parking spaces and there is local road-side parking.


Last Updated 19.35pm 8th April 2020


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