Locally, we Catenians are Catholic men from across Sussex much supported as Catenians by our wives and families - and we come together at least once each month for a social 'Catenians meeting'. With our wives and families, we also participate together in lots of local, national and even international leisure and faith based activities.
Catenians very much support our Church and vocations within it and the Catholic communities in which we live.
In Britain, where the Catenians first began in 1908, there are now thousands of Catholic men in our Catenian Association networking together, socialising and supporting each other in our faith and in our daily lives. Catenians are a true fellowship. There are Catenians and Catenian Circles in Ireland, Australia, South Africa, India, Bangladesh, the Holy Land and elsewhere around the world, each connected and supportive of each other and of our faith and Church.
Age is not a barrier to joining the Catenians - young and old - Catenians support each other in a spirit of friendliness, trust, confidence and co-operation. Our mutual Catholic faith is the bond that brought and keeps us together within our Catenian Association.