Sunday, 10 March 2013

Joseph and his coat of many colours in Littlehampton

On 23rd and 24th February, a production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat took place in the parish hall of St. Catherine's, Littlehampton.  The production, with lyrics by Tim Rice and music by Andrew Lloyd Webber was licensed through The Really Useful Group Limited, London.  The show, which involved people from four local parishes, was directed by Sr. Anastasia FMSL.  Three of our FMSL community also performed - as Joseph's brothers, Issachar and Judah, and as an Ishmaelite merchant/guard of Pharoah.  Congratulations to all who worked on this excellent production .  A great time was had by all those who watched the show.

Judah with his father Jacob, left.

This is Joseph

Holidays in Sunny Bradford

In October 2012, Sisters Innocentia and Attracta, with Sr. Susan, travelled north to Bradford in West Yorkshire for their holiday.  Staying in our convent, they also visited local places of interest, such as the Museum of photography and Imax cinema Haworth and York.
Arriving at the front door of St. Anthony's convent, Bradford, on an unusually sunny day.  They must have brought it with them!

Above, with Sr. Susan, in the convent kitchen and below, with Sr. Antonia from the Bradford community

and with Sr. Rose, from the Bradford community