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Booking Form for MCHS visit to Tenbury Wells & Burford, 25 May 2022

We have now established the programme for our visit to Tenbury Wells and Burford, Worcestershire, on 25 May 2022: 10am Mass at Sacred Heart, Tenbury, 10.30am Coffee and AGM,11.15am Visit to St Michael and All Angels, 12.45pm Buffet Lunch at … Continue reading

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History Day at Harvington Hall – 3 May 2022

The Birmingham Diocese History and Archives Commission is organising a History Day to be held at Harvington Hall, Kidderminster, DY10 4LR on 3rd May 2022. Harvington Hall is famed for its priest holes. This link will bring you to the page … Continue reading

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Visit to Oulton Abbey, Wednesday 18 August 2021

We are delighted to be able to begin a programme of visiting again. We hope you will join us on our forthcoming visit to Oulton Abbey in Staffordshire. Please CLICK HERE for the booking form for the visit plus the lunch menu at … Continue reading

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Henry I and His Abbey by Lindsay Mullaney

Members may be interested in the latest publication from Lindsay Mullaney on Henry 1 and Reading Abbey – details attached. Anyone who may in the past have attended talks/presentations by John and Lindsay Mullaney will know that they can look … Continue reading

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Sacred Heart, Aston, Birmingham

The Society had a very enjoyable visit, hosted by Fr Stephen Pimlott, to his two churches – St Joseph’s Nechells and the Sacred Heart Aston – on 7 March. The interior decoration of the Sacred Heart is stunning and members … Continue reading

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The Building of the Fortress

English Town Catholics – from the Relief Acts to the Restoration of the Hierarchy.                On Saturday October 13, 2018, at Newman University there will be a meeting of historians working in this field. … Continue reading

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