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We are a vibrant faith community, where new families and individuals are especially welcome. The wide range of countries, cultures and backgrounds from which we come makes for a truly enriching experience of our shared life and faith.
As we gather to celebrate the liturgy each Sunday, we seek to make the ‘Joy of the Gospel’ real for all who come.
I hope that you find our website engaging, inviting and informative, and that you find information and support that will draw you to visit our parish.
Fr. Tom McHugh
This appeal and survey follows on from Father Tom’s announcement in the newsletter of 19 February 2017 that we would be offering you the opportunity to commit in a practical way to the life and mission of our parish.
As you will see from the list of action points arising from last year’s parish survey, there is simply so much to be done that the Pastoral team and the PPC cannot do it on our own. So we desperately need your help.
Some of the work may require specific skills and talents, which could come from your occupation, trade or profession, but there are lots of areas where we just need everyday life skills and talents and a willingness to contribute.
9.15am – Children’s liturgy with folk choir
11am – with traditional choir
5pm – with youth band
During term time, the second 9.15am Mass of the month is a School Mass, led by pupils of St Joseph’s Catholic School; and the third 9.15am each month is led by the Uniform Groups.
On Feast Days/Holy Days of Obligation, Masses are at 7.30am, 10am and 7.30pm.
Monday to Friday
Monday–Friday, 10am – with The Rosary following Mass
Thursday, 8pm – at Holy Trinity Convent
Friday, 7.30am – at Holy Trinity Convent
First Monday of the month – at St Cecilia’s Cheshire Home, 32 Sundridge Avenue (020 8460 8377)
Tuesdays, 8.45am – term-time only
10am – with Benediction following Mass
11am–12 noon and 5pm–5.45pm – The Sacrament of Reconciliation (also available on request)
6pm – Vigil