The Holy Father’s personal choir, performs a sacred choral music concert from the repertoire they sing in the Vatican on Saturday 26th May 2018 at 8pm in Westminster Cathedral. The concert will last an hour, and is free of charge (no tickets required). Come and experience this world-famous choir singing in the beautiful setting of Westminster Cathedral. All are welcome.
Volunteers are needed for a range of roles:
Visitor Centre – meet and greet families, provide emotional support, serve refreshments and basic admin tasks. Visitors Centres are located within close proximity to the prison.
Catering – within the Visits Hall (inside the prison gates) providing men and woman in prison and their families the opportunity to eat together.
Play – within the Visits Hall (inside the prison gates) engaging in play activities with children of all ages, allowing families space to talk.
Times and locations of roles vary. Full training will be provided,
For full role descriptions and to apply please visit our website:
The forecourt of Our Lady of Victories Church will be transformed into a “garden for the day” for our annual charity event in aid of Christians in the Holy Land. With Christians now less than 2% of the population in the land where Christianity started urgent help is needed to support this beleaguered, dwindling Christian community.
You can make a difference - by attending the garden party or by making a donation.
Friday 22nd June, 7pm, Tickets £25.
Pimms and prosecco, buffet, string quartet, guest speaker, prize raffle.
For tickets call the parish office on 020 7937 4778 or 0774 684 7126 or contact email@example.com
Thy Kingdom Come’ is a global prayer movement, which invites Christians around the world to pray between Ascension and Pentecost for more people to come to know Jesus Christ. A Novena Booklet and accompanying podcasts are available to download from the Catholic Bishops Mission Team http://www.catholicnews.org.uk/pentecost-novena To ‘pledge to pray’ and for more information visit www.thykingdomcome.global
Saturday 19 May 2018 7.30pm-15pm. Directly after the 6.30pm Vigil Mass. A sequence of music and readings for Pentecost. Free admission with a retiring collection in aid of the organ fund.
All are welcome.
HCPT is a national charity organising pilgrimages to Lourdes for disabled and disadvantaged children and adults. HCPT is trying to get the word out into the community about their pilgrimages. They will be offering a one hour introduction to their work on 12th July at 6 pm here at OLV so you can see it first hand. You would meet the real visionary there, the Chief Executive, and some of the great volunteers and staff. You would not be asked to make any financial contribution, but HCPT would call you once afterwards to ask for your feedback.
Please let Mgr Jim know if you would like to attend.
Pope Francis has written a new letter called Gaudete et Exsultate. Rejoice and be Glad.
It is as a practical inspiring and insightful guide to everyday holiness.
Copies are available from Pauline bookshop, 199 Kensington High Street. Or from CTS. WWW.CTSBOOKS.ORG and at the back of the Church.
Fr Anthony Chantry, National Director of Missio, would like to express his sincere thanks for the warm reception from parishioners at all Masses last weekend.
If you have taken away a Direct Debit form or a Red Box support form can you kindly complete this and return it to any of the Priests or the Church office. To learn more about MISSIO http://missio.org.uk