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President's Welcome

Hi. If you’ve got to here you are obviously interested in getting to know more about Province 4 of the Catenian Association and you are welcome as a visitor to our site. Please take some time to browse around and see what you find.

What I hope you will find is evidence of ten vibrant and long established Catenian Circles.

We are all committed, practising catholic men who enjoy our membership of the Catenian Association to strengthen our family life through friendship and faith.

We include our wives, partners and families, who share in our social events and faith activities. We have a strong tradition of visiting other Catenian circles and groups which helps us to make new friends along the way.

We are active in helping to raise funds for young catholic people to help them to participate in developmental projects and pilgrimages.

If you would like to know more about our association please follow the links available on this site. You may find an opportunity to strengthen your family life through friendship and faith if you do.
I am Provincial President for one year. I would be delighted to see new members starting to join us as a result of visiting our website and assure you of a great welcome if you do so in my year of office.
Paul Hewit President
  • Birkenhead Circle
  • Chester Circle
  • Ellesmere Port
  • Liverpool Circle
  • City of Liverpool Circle
  • Liverpool South Circle
  • North Wales Circle
  • Ormskirk Circle
  • St helens Circle
  • Wallasey Circle
  • Wrexham Group Circle

Recent Entries

Latest News

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The 2019/20 Provincial Social Diary is now available for you to view-just click on the link below to access the Social Diary or go to the ‘Provincial Social Diary’ tab in the Site Menu Bar. May2019-May2020

St Helens Brother Jim Byrne was ordained to The Diaconate in a special mass  at Liverpool Cathedral On Sunday 12th June 2016. Jim is pictured here with Brothers from the St Helens Circle.

Origins of the Catenian Association The Catenian Association undoubtedly owes its existence to the vision of Bishop Casartelli, who became Bishop of Salford in 1903. At that time there were only one and a half million Catholics in England and Wales and they were still viewed with suspicion by many o

This years provincial weekend was a highly enjoyable and well attended weekend in North Wales. To see a gallery of photographs click here for DROPBOX    

“Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world.” – Nelson Mandela This quote encapsulates the vision of Lasallian Developing World Projects, who believe that education is the key to fighting poverty in developing countries. I feel extremely privileged to have been on th

Brothers,  On Monday night the 25th November I will present a forty year scroll to Bro. Jack Mulcahy of Wallasey Circle.  Jack was a former Provincial President and deserves your support on this evening.  It is ladies’s post circle and the meal at Hollins Hey is always excellent and reasona

Harrogate Weekend – In Pictures

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Below, you'll find the wonderful Harrogate weekend in pictures...

Provincial Mass for Deceased Brothers

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The Annual Mass for the deceased Brothers of Province 4 and their families will take place on Sunday 17th November at 12:30. pm. at the Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception, Cavendish Street, Birkenhead CH41 8AQ.   Arrangements have been made for a 3 course carvery to follow at the H


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