A warm welcome to the website of the Roman Catholic Church of St. Thomas of Canterbury, Fulham in the Archdiocese of Westminster. Here you will find information about us including Mass times and parish contacts. Our postal address is 60 Rylston Road, SW6 7HW. You will find us between Dawes Road and Lillie Road.
You can contact us on 020 7385 4040, by fax 020 7610 2506 or by Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For this Sunday 20th July 2014
Letter from Fr. Dennis to the Community:
My Dear Friends,
As we gather for Mass this weekend, hundreds of people from all over our diocese will be making their way, or will have already arrived, at the shrine of Our Lady in Lourdes. They, about 1,000 them, will gather there with our two Cardinals, Bp John Sherrington and some 45 Priests for our annual Diocesan Pilgrimage. It will be, as always, a most joyful and prayerful occasion and you may rest assured that I shall remember all of you there in prayer. If you wish to see what it’s like go (for who knows you may wish to join us next year) to the Diocesan Web Site and view the daily “blog”! Finally let me assure you that a large candle will be lit at the Grotto for the life and witness our parish and for our intentions.
It will not be long now before our schools close and many of you will be away on your summer holidays. I hope it will be a happy and holy time for you all, and that you will return home truly refreshed in body, mind and spirit.
As Catholics we are ‘obliged’ and privileged to be at Mass every Sunday, and when we are away this adds an extra dimension to this privilege ~ for everywhere we go there is going to be a Catholic church we can attend. Certainly what we find may be very different to what we are used to, but such variety reminds us, not only of the universal nature of the Mass but also what it means to be a member of a church that is truly “Catholic.”
Finally we also welcome Fr Vincenzo to our parish family this weekend. He will now be resident in the presbytery until September. I know you will make him very welcome.
Fr. Dennis Touw
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