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Saint Thomas Aquinas

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Racial Justice 2022

1 John Complete


Saint Agatha 5 February

Saint John Bosco 31 January

The Presentation of the Lord 2 Feb

What is God Saying to the Church ?

Cafod Family Fast Day 2022

Pastoral Letter

Parish Renewal

Music In Isolation

A Call to Love

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Pope Francis Triduum & Easter 2021

Lent 2022

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Day for Life 2022



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Year of Communion 2019 - 20

Year of Prayer 2018-19

Explore Your Faith taken over by 'Becoming Catholic'.

Church Support Needs updating

Reinstatement of Sunday Obligation

Season of Creation

Migrant 22

Prisoners Sunday 9 October

Homeless Sunday 9 October

World Mission Sunday 2023

The Message of Saint Bernadette

World Day of Poor 13 Nov






It is the Lord who gives sight to the blind, who raises up those who are bowed down. It is the Lord who loves the just, the Lord, who protects the stranger.
Loving God, We pray for the people of Ukraine, for all those suffering or afraid, that you will be close to them and protect them. We pray for world leaders, for compassion, strength and wisdom to guide their choices. We pray for the world that in this moment of crisis, we may reach out in solidarity to our brothers and sisters in need. May we walk in your ways so that peace and justice become a reality for the people of Ukraine and for all the world. Amen.

Saints John Fisher and Thomas More (22 June)

The lives of St Thomas More and St John Fisher are very closely linked and therefore it is quite appropriate that the Church celebrate their feasts together. They are both renowned Englishmen, martyred within two weeks of each other for the same cause of defending religious liberty, the sanctity of marriage and Papal authority against State usurpation. They were both associates of King Henry VIII before his apostasy, and it was at by his authority that they both suffered martyrdom. For more and a reflection by Bishop Robert Barron please click on the image in the ‘Top News’ box or click here

The Nativity of St John the Baptist (24 June)


Celebrating the birth of St John the Baptist is a feast that is relevant to all of us today. Just like St John, we would do well to “leap” with joy in announcing Jesus to all those we encounter in our world. We can do this in everything we do – not just by words, but by actions. Asking for the intercession of St John on this Feast of his birth, we can draw the strength necessary to proclaim our Lord to others. For more on this Feast and a video of the story of St John, please click on the image in the ’Top News’ box or click here.


The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus - 24 June

Devotion to the wounded heart of Jesus has its origins in the eleventh century, when pious Christians meditated on the Five Wounds of Christ. There grew up among the faithful prayers to the Sacred Heart - devotions which helped Christians to focus on the passion and death of Christ, and thus to grow in love for our Saviour who had suffered and died for us. For more and a short video on this devotion, click on the image in the ‘Top News’ box or click here.



New Cardinals | Episode 4
Queen Elizabeth II Requiescat in Pace. Eternal rest grant unto her, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon her. May she rest in peace. Amen.