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Called to Prayer
Events - Upcoming
Written by Sarah de Nordwall   
Sunday, 21 September 2014 04:50

A beautiful evening of song, poetry, story and prayer in Arabic, Aramaic, Hebrew and English, with performances by representatives of the Maronite and Melkite Churches, the Syrian Orthodox Church, Soul Sanctuary Gospel Choir, and friends from mosque and synagogue.  Followed by a Middle Eastern bring and share supper.

Entrance is free but donations will go to Jesuit Refugee Service Aid for Syria.  During the evening Fr Dominic Robinson SJ will report on the appeal following a recent visit to the region.

Please register on using the name 'Aid for Syria' or 'Called to Prayer' in the search box.  For all queries contact the event co-ordinator Sarah de Nordwall, on 07849 641 899; This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Where: Farm Street Church, 114 Mount Street, London W1K 3AH

When: Saturday October 18th at 7:30pm.

Last Updated on Sunday, 21 September 2014 04:54
More Photos From Lourdes
News - News Stories
Written by Brian Moran   
Thursday, 13 September 2012 13:21

Last Updated on Monday, 01 October 2012 10:03
Parish Pilgrimage to Lourdes 2012
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Written by Patrick Bolger   
Monday, 10 September 2012 12:47

Last Monday the 3rd of September at an early hour, 30 pilgrims boarded the coach to Stansted Airport. Our parish pilgrimage had begun!

Our flight to Lourdes was uneventful and after registration at the refurbished Astoria Hotel we had our first visit to the Domain and Mass at the Chapel of Our Lady of Sorrows. The pilgrimage began in earnest on Tuesday with morning Mass at the Poor Clare Convent conveniently opposite the hotel. It is always a pleasure and a privilege to celebrate Mass at the convent. After that we had a walking tour of Lourdes and some of us had a first experience of the Baths. Later in the afternoon we participated in the Eucharistic Procession.

On Wednesday a number of us went to Gavernie with Mass at the old abbey church of St Savin, a beautiful former Benedictine abbey.

Last Updated on Monday, 01 October 2012 11:37
First Communion 12 May 2012
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Written by Edoardo Albert   
Sunday, 13 May 2012 10:52

The weather held and it proved a wonderful day for our parish's first communicants.


Last Updated on Sunday, 13 May 2012 10:59
Scouts In Namibia
Weekly Column - Weekly Column
Written by Joe Wilson   
Wednesday, 07 September 2011 09:22
On Mothers’ Day in March I and other scouts hosted a cake sale in the hall after masses to help fund our trip to Namibia. Thanks to the generosity of everyone in the parish, the trip went ahead and was a huge success.

Early in August we flew to the capital, Windhoek, where we spent a day meeting Namibian scouts and sightseeing. The next day we drove to the north, to a small village not far from the Angolan border, Tsintsabis. There we camped for a week and began the work of planting an orange grove – together with irrigation. This community project was supported by the Namibian Government who will provide ongoing support over the coming years. We were greeted by the Chief’s daughter, Alle, and the local children, who serenaded us with some songs of welcome. Throughout our stay we were humbled by the hospitality shown us and the lasting friendships which developed.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 September 2011 09:44
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Sunday Readings

Acts 6: 1-7
The ministry of deacons is established for the care of those who are poor in order to free the apostles for the ministry of the word.

1 Peter 2: 4-9
Close to Jesus, we are a holy priesthood, offering with Jesus the spiritual sacrifices he has made acceptable to God.

John 14: 1-12
Jesus is the Way, the Truth and the Life.  He leads us to the Father’s house, where there is a place for all of us.

Prayer Intentions

Kathleen Ferns, Richard Rayney, Kathleen Maher, Bernadette Dillon, Peter Tournas, Jean Payne and Maria Calus.

Assunta Di-Lieto, Maria Christodoulou, and Sarah Lyons.