The Catenians – Maidenhead Circle
The Catenians are an international brotherhood of practising Catholic laymen who meet socially, once a month, in local branches, known as Circles. Faith, Family, Friendship and Fun sum up the ethos of the organisation.
Members of the Association are practising Catholics who, individually, aspire to be honourable and trustworthy. The Catenian Association provides a social network for Catholic men and their families - membership helps them to enjoy and fulfil their various vocations in life, as baptised Christians; in the family; in business and the professions; as friends and colleagues; in the civil community and within the church. It also offers opportunities for young people to pursue voluntary service and to further their educational and career development towards intellectual, cultural and social maturity.
The Catenian Association is non-political and is not a fund raising agent for the Catholic Church - nor is it a Catholic action group. Many Catenians play leading roles in their dioceses, their parishes and other Catholic lay organisations locally and nationally.
Maidenhead Circle holds its meetings, followed by a meal, at St. Joseph’s Parish Centre, Cookham Road, Maidenhead, on the 4th Wednesday of each month. It also arranges a strong and varied social programme throughout the year including Ladies’ Nights, visits to places of interest, special events, the theatre, golf tournaments musical evenings, rambles etc.
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