PALM SUNDAY  1st April
Palms will be distributed and Blessed at all Masses.
There will be a solemn procession at the 9.45am Mass starting in the Patio through the Hall.
Sat  6.30pm   Mass
Sun 8.30am  Mass
9.45am  Mass (with Solemn Procession) 
11.15am   Mass
12.30pm   Mass 
6.30pm   Mass

Monday 2nd April  
8 am Mass
10 am Mass
2.30 pm Penitential Service
7.30 pm Penitential Service

Tuesday 3rd April
8 am Mass
10 am Mass
Noon Chrism Mass in the Cathedral
7 – 7.30 pm Confessions

Wednesday 4th April
8am Mass
10 am Mass
10.30 – 11 am Confessions

Maundy Thursday 5th April
8 pm Mass of the Lord’s Supper followed by
Watching before the Altar of repose until 10.15 pm

Good Friday 6th April  (Day of Fasting & Abstinence)
10 – 11 am Confessions
11.30 am The Way of the Cross
3 pm Liturgy of the Passion and Death of the Lord
7 pm Evening Meditation
The Seven Last Words from the Cross (Haydn)

Holy Saturday 7th April
8.00 pm Easter Vigil

Easter Sunday 8th April
8.30 am  Mass
9.45 am Mass
11.15 am Mass
12.30 pm Mass

Masses from Monday 9th April – Friday 13th April will be at 10am only and the Church will close after Mass.

To witness against abortion and pray for those undergoing it, join the volunteers of 40 Days For Life in Bedford Square across the road from the BPAS abortion clinic.

The Diocese of Westminster features in a new BBC 4 Television series ‘Catholics’.

"Priests", the first programme, on Thursday 23rd February at 9pm, is a behind-the-scenes portrait of Allen Hall seminary in London.

The second film "Children", on Thursday 1st March at 9pm, focuses on St Mary’s Roman Catholic Primary School Chipping, Lancashire and "Women", filmed at Westminster Cathedral, on Thursday 8th March also at 9pm, focuses on Catholic women and how Catholicism has shaped their lives.

Can you sight sing? Do you love four-part Latin motets?

We urgently need male singers for the tenor line for Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and the Easter Vigil masses. If you can help, or know of someone who can, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

CAFOD Tackling Poverty and Injustice in Brazil

Talk on Thursday 2nd Feb in Enfield.

You are invited to a talk by Tony Sheen from CAFOD  this Thursday 2nd February at 8pm in the Parish Centre of Our Lady of Mount Carmel and St George, London Road, Enfield, EN2 6DS

Tony will share stories from Brazil of inspirational people who are changing the lives of families living in favelas and are standing up for the rights of indigenous communities.

All are welcome.

Tony Sheen

Diocesan Manager for CAFOD Westminster

Catholic Church of Christ the King,

29 Bramley Road, London N14 4HE

Telephone 0208-449-6970

CAFOD is the Catholic Agency for Overseas Development, working with communities in over 40 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America, supporting people to find their own solutions to poverty. The agency works with all people regardless of race, gender, religion or nationality.