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i know this is a post from 5 years ago but the links don't work anymore ... anyone know where else i would find info on catholic churches in sheffield?

 

One in S6,Forbes Rd,Sacred Heart,another off Fargate,behind Top Shop.

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One in S6,Forbes Rd,Sacred Heart,another off Fargate,behind Top Shop.

 

Off the top of my head:-

 

There's also St Theresas on Prince of Wales Road,

St Anthonys off Raeburn Road Herdings,

St Patricks at Shiregreen,

St Thomas of Canterbury at Meadowhead,

"Mother of God" on Abbeydale Road,

St William Of York on Ecclesall Road

St Vincents on Pickmere road, Crookes

St Francis of Assisi on Sandygate Road, Crosspool

St Oswalds Wybourn

Holy Family Eastern Drive Arbourthorne

St Catherines, Burngreave,

St Josephs Handsworth

English Martyrs, Totley

Our Lady of Lourdes Hackenthorpe

And one down Attercliffe, whose name I can't recall.

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Off the top of my head:-

 

There's also St Theresas on Prince of Wales Road,

St Anthonys off Raeburn Road Herdings,

St Patricks at Shiregreen,

St Thomas of Canterbury at Meadowhead,

"Mother of God" on Abbeydale Road,

St William Of York on Ecclesall Road

St Vincents on Pickmere road, Crookes

St Francis of Assisi on Sandygate Road, Crosspool

St Oswalds Wybourn

Holy Family Eastern Drive Arbourthorne

St Catherines, Burngreave,

St Josephs Handsworth

English Martyrs, Totley

Our Lady of Lourdes Hackenthorpe

And one down Attercliffe, whose name I can't recall.

 

Blimey-are you in a pub quiz team?

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Off the top of my head:-

 

There's also St Theresas on Prince of Wales Road,

St Anthonys off Raeburn Road Herdings,

St Patricks at Shiregreen,

St Thomas of Canterbury at Meadowhead,

"Mother of God" on Abbeydale Road,

St William Of York on Ecclesall Road

St Vincents on Pickmere road, Crookes

St Francis of Assisi on Sandygate Road, Crosspool

St Oswalds Wybourn

Holy Family Eastern Drive Arbourthorne

St Catherines, Burngreave,

St Josephs Handsworth

English Martyrs, Totley

Our Lady of Lourdes Hackenthorpe

And one down Attercliffe, whose name I can't recall.

 

wow thanks for this!!

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Aye, he's a good man is Father Shaun.

 

I can second that

 

---------- Post added 31-01-2013 at 23:05 ----------

 

St. Thomas More off wordsworth avenue

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St Mary's on Mortomley Lane High Green.

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That's Saint Matthews, Sarah, it's actually Anglican (C of E) but it's what is known as "High-Church"

 

VERY high !! Even the Pope is low compared to that :)

 

---------- Post added 01-02-2013 at 09:34 ----------

 

Off the top of my head:-

 

There's also St Theresas on Prince of Wales Road,

St Anthonys off Raeburn Road Herdings,

St Patricks at Shiregreen,

St Thomas of Canterbury at Meadowhead,

"Mother of God" on Abbeydale Road,

St William Of York on Ecclesall Road

St Vincents on Pickmere road, Crookes

St Francis of Assisi on Sandygate Road, Crosspool

St Oswalds Wybourn

Holy Family Eastern Drive Arbourthorne

St Catherines, Burngreave,

St Josephs Handsworth

English Martyrs, Totley

Our Lady of Lourdes Hackenthorpe

And one down Attercliffe, whose name I can't recall.

 

And tonights specialist subject on Mastermind is ... :)

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VERY high !! Even the Pope is low compared to that :)

 

---------- Post added 01-02-2013 at 09:34 ----------

 

 

And tonights specialist subject on Mastermind is ... :)

 

It's called OCD, or Aspies, Alchemist! ;)

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As it seems you are getting married for show and just want a pretty church to look good in photos, why not contact the Pope and see if he'll let you have the Vatican?

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