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

 

 

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Parish Priest: Fr. Gus O'Reilly
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Latest Parish News

Sadly Fr. Gus is retiring; Fr. Stephen from the Cathedral will be our new Parish Priest.

OLST open for Public Masses. Read the important instructions here .
Sunday Masses: They are becoming very popular so, to ensure you can be there, book your places via the Parish Office.

Are you a Blood Donor? Please see here.

 

WEARING MASKS - ARE YOU WEARING YOUR MASK CORRECTLY?

If your mouth and nose are NOT covered then you are NOT wearing your mask correctly. Wearing a mask in church is a legal requirement - unless you have a medical exemption (which has to be checked).

ASK YOURSELF
Am I putting OTHERS and MYSELF at risk of catching COVID by not wearing my facemask properly?

Please do your social duty and cover your mouth and nose whilst in church. If you do not do this you will be asked to leave.

 

Hallam Diocese normally welcomes a new cohort for the Catholic Certificate in Religious Studies (CCRS) each September. This course, normally taken over two years, has long been a key part of adult faith formation in the diocese, with hundreds of teachers, catechists, and lay faithful over the years studying for the full certificate, or simply attending some of the classes.

Due to the impact of the Covid-19 this year, the 2020-21 CCRS start date is deferred until January 2021. This allows us to assess the interest in the course for the coming year now that schools and churches are open to some degree. We hope to be able to teach in-person, with all necessary precautions, at the Hallam Pastoral Centre, but the Adult Formation team is also preparing to teach some material online should that become necessary.

An information leaflet on the course is attached, and if you would like to register for January, please contact adulteducation@hallam-diocese.com. adulteducation@hallam-diocese.com.
 

"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}

Food Banks need your support - all supermarkets have containers set aside for us to follow the Lord's commands to help others in their time of need.
 

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.



 
 

Owing to the COVID-19 pandemic Public Masses in the Parish are restricted: see the latest newsletter for more information. The Mass times below are subject to the rules for attending Masses at OLST set out in the latest Newsletter and the availability of authorised Stewards. They may change during this initial opening period.

To view Masses and other Liturgy Online go to:

https://stmariecathedral.org/mass-worship/welcome-to-our-mass-livestream/
 
or
 
https://www.churchservices.tv/timetable/

and select a service and church


Parish Masses
Sunday Masses
Saturday:   5.00pm at OLST
Sunday:   9.15am at OLST
11.15am at OLST
 
Weekday Masses  
Monday:   10.00am at OLST
Tuesday:   10.00am at OLST
Wednesday:   10.00am at OLST
Thursday:   10.00am at OLST
Friday:   10.00am at OLST
Saturday:   No Public Mass
 
Exposition
Saturday:   No Celebration
Benediction
Saturday:   No Celebration
Confessions
Saturday:   No Reconciliations


Please be aware that masses can only go ahead if there are sufficient Stewards and thus mass days and times may vary during this initial opening phase.

If you can help please contact the Presbytery.

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.

 

 
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