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: email@example.com.
For this Sunday 28th September 2014
Letter from Fr. Dennis to the Community:
My Dear Friends,
What a glorious day of celebration we had last Sunday! It was a day of great joy and the Cardinal was very impressed to find our community in such good heart.
However a day like that does not happen all of itself, and as always many, many people worked extraordinarily hard to make it a success. I would like to take the opportunity to thank them all – servers, singers, providers of food etc., and not least the army of joyful helpers who were ‘beavering away’ in the kitchen to keep us fed and watered. Thank you all, a thousand times over – a memorable parish day.
But of course, first of all our thanks must go to Caroline Lees for ‘writing’ our magnificent new icon. Thank you Caroline for this amazing addition to our church, I am sure it will become a great focus for prayer, and many, many people have spoken of how thrilled they are to see it in our church.
On a very different and sad note please note the details of Fr Alan’s funeral. His remains will be received into the church of St Gregory the Great at south Ruislip in time for their Sunday evening Mass (6 pm) on the 5th October. The Funeral Mass itself, to be conducted by Cardinal Cormac Murphy O’Connor, will be celebrated the following day, Monday 6th October, at 12 noon. We hope to run a coach from St Thomas’ and there will be a list in church, giving details of cost and departure time, this weekend. Please continue to pray for the repose of the soul of Fr Alan and remember also in our prayers Fr Paul and all of Father Alan’s family and friends. Truly may Fr Alan Rest In Peace, and Rise in Glory.
Fr. Dennis Touw
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