Welcome to the St Paul's RC Church Cantley website. We hope you enjoy browsing our site and invite you to contact us or to join us at any of our masses.
Welcome to our new parish priest Father Evangelist Ohaejesi.
Father Evangelist joins us from his previous parish of St Joseph's in Wath Upon Dearne.
Please pray for him as he begins his ministry in Cantley.
Tim Harrington, Kathrine Sadler, Ian Prior, Tina George, Christine Adams, Lisa Thompson, Elsie Murphy, Sioned Harper, Len Jackson, Eugene Fox, Ken & Cathy Ward, Benjamin Bates, Alice Whitehouse, Deacon Derek Wynne & Ryan Chilvers, who are sick
In Hamlet, William Shakespeare wrote: “Sometimes, I must be cruel, in order to be kind.”
God is a loving Father, and sometimes this is the way he shows us his love. He is the potter and we are the clay. He crushes, treats us hard, and finally moulds us into beautiful shapes (Jer 18: 1-17).
We should learn to endure as Christ did through His suffering and death on the cross (Phil 2, 4). This is important if we hope to witness the glory of God. Success is achieved through hard work and hard work through discipline.
Fr Evangelist Chimezie Ohaejesi was born in 1972 and ordained a Priest on 24th August 2002.
He served as assistant Priest and then later as Parish Priest in the Orlu Diocese in Nigeria. He served as Chaplain to St Damian’s School of Health Technology Okporo from April 2006-9, also in Orlu Diocese.
After taking study leave he became Assistant Priest at the Church of the Annunciation Chesterfield, then Parish Priest at St Joseph’s Wath-Upon-Dearne and St Joseph’s Rawmarsh for 6 years and is now our new Parish Priest at St Paul’s Cantley,
He is a Member of the Council of Priests and Member College of Consultor, Diocese of Hallam.
Welcome to St Paul’s.
Fr Pat’s ashes have been interred in Rosehill Cemetery, amongst us and in our parish which he loved and served so well.
There is a gravestone with his name and dates and an inscription which says “Life is changed, not ended”,
The grave is a short distance from the Cemetery Chapel, proceeding leftwards, a very large monument with a recumbent angel on it is nearby.
The grave number is WR109. May he rest in peace
Look forward to seeing you there!
Additional volunteers required to operate the laptop at the Sunday morning Mass.
There is a rota and the commitment required is only once a month. Training is provided.
If you are interested, please contact Deacon Chris.
Any cheques for the parish should be made out to:
‘Diocese of Hallam, St. Paul’s Doncaster’.
Sunday Mass changes to 9am from 28th April 2019
Available after Saturday Mass
NEW MASS TIMES
The new weekend Mass times which are effective from Sunday 1st September will be:
Saturday Evening 6.00pm at St Paul's, Cantley. (no change)
Sunday Morning 9.00am at Christ the King, Rossington .
Sunday Morning 10.30am at St Paul's, Cantley.
We’re hoping to recruit some new altar servers to boost our great team of parish servers.
If you would like to join the team and you have already or are about to receive your First Holy Communion you are invited to apply.
Application forms are available in the Church Entrance Hall or please speak to Father Evangelist or Deacons Bill and Chris after Mass.
We have a great tradition of music in our liturgy and young people over the years have performed at our services.
Along with the coming of the Baby Jesus, is the coming of a Baby Grand Piano. Jeanette, a friend from America has given us a piano. If there is enough space, it will grace the church and enhance our musical tradition.
Anyone who can play and would like to join our Music group, is welcome. It should arrive before Christmas, but it will take a few weeks before we decide on a position, tuning etc.
Anyone is welcome to join our music ministry; we rehearse on a Friday night at 7pm for the weekend Masses.
Come and see.
We are urgently looking for fresh volunteers for our Children’s Liturgy Group and Catechists for the First Communion Course.
Helpers with the Children’s Liturgy join a rota (one Sunday out of 5), will be given help and materials and must love children.
Catechists meet once a month for seven months and primarily assist parents to deliver the course materials and love to see the light of faith in children’s eyes.
Can you consider taking your turn?