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Year of the Word

For further readings and meditations see


See also the Jesuits'

Sacred Space Daily Prayer Site


In response to the Coronavirus pandemic and the guidance from the Bishops Conference the Church is not open and will remain closed until further notice  Fr Anthony will continue to say private Mass, with the Intentions indicated in the weekly newsletter and all are invited to join spiritually, watching its live streaming; following its prayers at home; making an act of spiritual communion. We are also encouraged to care for each other by being attentive to the needs of our neighbour, especially the elderly and vulnerable; contributing to our local food banks; volunteering for charitable initiatives and organisations; simply keeping in touch by all the means open to us.

For further information and resources please see

Parish Newsletter

Newsletter for Sunday 31 May 2020


to the website of



Telephone: 020 8904 6031

Parish Priest: Fr Anthony Psaila

112 Carlton Avenue East




 Vigil Mass (Saturday)

 Sunday Masses

 Holy Days

For full details of services see Mass & Services Page

The church has a loop system

for the hard of hearing

 5:30 pm

 9:00 am

 11:30 am

 9:30 am

 7:00 pm


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You can join us for Mass via the internet at https://www.churchservices.tv/wembley3

Please do join us. Details of the readings and Mass intentions for the week are in the Newsletter

Mass will generally be at 9.30am during the week and 10.00am on Sundays, but see newsletter for up to date information.

During May there will be exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, the recitation of the Rosary and Benediction after the 09:30 Mass on Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.


We have been asked: “How can I make my weekly contribution at this time?”

Please do not drop envelopes through the presbytery door. This will help you to stay safe, in not taking unnecessary excursions outside. It will also avoid the risk of the virus being transmitted on the envelopes and currency. The Text Giving through your Mobile Phone has now been suspended, please do not use this service. The best way to donate is by visiting https:// parish.rcdow.org.uk/wembleyprestonroad/donate/. You can also donate through Virgin Money Giving by visiting their website. All the details are on there.

MASS INTENTIONS   If you would like a Mass offered for a specific intention please book this via email to: wembley3@rcdow.org.uk giving the name for whom Mass is intended; reason [RIP, Intention, other]; Name of person requesting and contact number. Mass offerings can be made through: Virgin Money Giving by visiting https://parish.rcdow.org.uk/wembleyprestonroad/donate/ [suggested donation £10.00] or leave in an envelope in the internal post box when the Church reopens. We are booked up to the end of July.

Pope Francis Prayer Intentions for June 2020

Pope’s Prayer Intention:

Evangelisation - The Way of the Heart

We pray that all those who suffer may find their way in life, allowing themselves to be touched by the Heart of Jesus

Go to Pope’s Worldwide Network of Prayer website

FEAST OF PENTECOST: The Cardinal hopes that as many people as possible will celebrate Pentecost from their homes. A message from the Cardinal is available at https://vimeo.com/421046273

There is also a video meditation on the Holy Spirit at Pentecost, using Christian art and music at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ca6ccFiiIc8


The effects of coronavirus on developing countries where CAFOD works are likely to be devastating. Your prayers and gifts are needed now more than ever to help protect the lives of those in poor communities. You can donate as individuals at www.cafod.org.uk/coronavirusappeal

The Passage

The outbreak of Coronavirus has completely changed the landscape for The Passage. Our priority is to ensure that homeless people have somewhere safe to stay, are well fed and do not return to the streets. It costs £10 to provide a food parcel to a homeless person. To help raise the funding we need to pay for the Food Hub, we have created a new campaign called Donate Your Dinner. Please take a look at our website: www.passage.org.uk/dinner or call 0207 592 1886 for more information. [Andrew Hollingsworth]