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Today's Bible Readings:

In the first readingon Lent Sundays we have had a quick resumé of the Old Testament Covenant – Creation & Fall, the call of Abraham, Moses and the Exodus, David anointed King, and today: Exile and return. Ezekiel prophesies this return to the promised land as being God raising his people from their graves. We can also see in this a prediction of Christ's own resurrection from the dead, and in his our own.

In the Second Reading St Paul says that 'he who raised Jesus from the dead will give life to your own mortal bodies through his Spirit living in you.'

In the Gospel the sadness of the illness and sudden death of Lazarus, and his sisters' bereavement, is overcome by Christ, who having wept as his friend, now raises him from the dead. He proclaims 'I am the resurrection and the life. If anyone believes in me, even though he dies, he will live.'

Fr Rajiv’s homily will be updated on

Quick Links

Saturday                                                9.30 am Mass

Annunciation of the Lord       6.00 pm First Mass of Sunday folowed by Confessions

Sunday 25th March                         8.30 am Mass

Fifth Sunday of Lent               10.00 am Family Mass

                                                              11.30 am Solemn Mass followed by Confessions

                                                               6.30 pm Mass


Monday                                                 6.00 pm Mass

Lent feria                                                     followed by Adoration & Benediction until 7pm


Tuesday                                                 6.00 pm Mass followed by Rosary  

Lent feria                                                      


Wednesday                                          6.00 pm Mass

Lent feria 6.30 pm Stations of the Cross

Thursday                                               9.00 am Mass followed by Divine Mercy Prayers

Lent feria


Friday                                                    9.00 am Mass

Lent feria                      9.30 am Stations of the Cross


Saturday                                                9.30 am Mass

Lent feria      HOLY WEEK

6.00 pm First Mass of Sunday


Sunday 2nd April                         8.30 am Mass

Palm Sunday                10.00 am Family Mass

                                                              11.30 am Solemn Mass followed by Confessions

                                                               6.30 pm Mass

Announcements This Week

If you are gluten intolerant, there are coeliac hosts available. Please speak to the priest.


The Holy Week & Easter Services leaflet is ready to take away, giving the times of all liturgies, and of Confessions before Easter.


The Holy Week Readers' Volunteer Rota for the Passion on Palm Sunday, and for the liturgies of Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Holy Saturday may be signed in the outer sacristy, or parish readers can volunteer by email. Copies of the Palm Sunday Passion, for those reading as narrator or single speaker, can also be taken.

Stations of the Cross

this Wednesday at 6.30 pm, after 6.00 pm Mass, and Friday at 9.30 am, after 9.00 am Mass.


Bible Timeline Course

If you’ve always wanted to read your bible but have not been able to understand the different books, the course will help to uncover the bigger story, the big picture in the Bible. After this you will know what each book is about and how to read them! Wednesdays at 8 PM in the Parish Centre.



Holy Trinity Cine Club:

for children in Year 7 to Year 9 once a month on a Friday evening: 24th March, 21st April, 19th May and 30th June and Year 10 to 12 on a Saturday evening once a month: 25th February, 25th March, Friday 28th April, Sat 20th May, Sat 1st July. Quality ‘surprise’ movie followed by discussion and pizza. All are welcome, suggested donation of £5 towards running costs. Contact See poster in the church porch.


Preparation for the Sacrament of Baptism

If you have a child for Baptism under 5 years old please email us for an application form. You will be contacted once the form has been received. A copy of one of the Catholic parents’ baptism certificate will be required.  Baptisms can only take place on Saturdays at 11am.  

Meetings for adults exploring the Catholic faith:

Please contact, the parish office, or speak to one of the priests if you would like to join the new group adults exploring the Catholic faith.


Any children who wish to READ

at the 11.00am GOOD FRIDAY STATIONS of the CROSS please speak to Sr. Jenefer.

Family Mass Stewards

- we are looking to recruit more members of our wonderful team of stewards for the Family Mass. You would only need to be on the duty rota once every few weeks. Our stewards are the welcoming face of the parish to worshippers as they arrive for the 10.00 am Family Mass on Sundays.

Collection of Non-Perishable Foodstuffs
                                          for Hammersmith and Fulham Foodbank

at Church at Sunday Masses of this weekend. Please leave your gifts in the church porch by this Sunday 6.30pm.

Items especially needed: tinned fish, tinned meat, long life milk and long life juice.

Next Sunday is Palm Sunday, the start of Holy Week.

At every Mass palms will be blessed, and the account of our Lord's Passion dramatically read. At 11.30 am, the Mass will begin with the Palm Procession. Please assemble well before 11.30, not in the church, but in the grounds of Larmenier Sacred Heart School – enter via the gate to the right of the Presbytery on Brook Green.


Confession times

are available daily from now until Easter Sunday, to make it possible for you to make your Confession before Easter. Times are given on the back of the Holy Week Services leaflet.

FUN and GAMES Sunday 7th May Coronation Parish street party
in Larmenier's grounds after 10 o'clock Mass.


·         Everyone is invited to bring a dish to share.

·         Red, white & blue theme decorations & fancy dress.

·         Speak to Vittoria/email the parish office to offer help, setting up tables, decorating, supervising

children’s games serving tea & coffee, music or anything else!

·         There will be music and if anyone wishes to play/sing they are welcome.

Cardinal’s Lenten Appeal 2023

in aid of the four pillars of the Cardinal’s Lenten Appeal: Marriage & Family Life; Youth & Evangelisation; The Education Service, and Caritas Westminster. The effects of the pandemic, followed by the cost of living crisis, are still making daily life harder for all. Please take a donation envelope today, for more information – return it to the parish office at any time, or at the end of Lent. Thank you for your generosity.


Annual Mass of Thanksgiving for the Sacrament of Matrimony ,Westminster Cathedral Saturday 13th May 2023 at 2:30 pm.

The Cardinal is inviting to this Mass all couples in the Diocese, who are celebrating their 5th, 10th, 25th, 30th, 40th, 50th and 60th (and every year over 60) wedding anniversary of Catholic marriage in 2023.  If you are celebrating an anniversary, please give your parish office the following details: husband and wife’s names, wedding date, full postal address and email (or telephone number, if no email). 

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