We do realise how much you miss being able to receive the Eucharist, and to come into Church to pray. We are hoping to be able to open our Church soon, initially for private prayer and then for small-scale Masses, baptisms, etc. Currently we will be unable to open till early July, but our bishops are trying to persuade the Government to bring that date forward.
We celebrate Mass in Church at 12 noon every day with those who live in our house, and shortly afterwards put a recording of that Mass on a dedicated website: https://saintmaryoftheangelsmass.home.blog All of you are specially remembered at these Masses.
If you would like to speak to Fr. Keith, the parish priest, please phone, text or email for an appointment. We are able to hear confessions by appointment. If there is anything you or anyone you know needs, do not hesitate to be in touch. We have a team of volunteers visiting and phoning those in special need.
Cardinal Nichols has recorded a message for Pentecost Sunday and asks us all to join him in a short prayer service the day before (Sat. 30 May). See https://vimeo.com/421046273
If you want to let us know about a baptism you want, you can email or phone and we will let you know as soon as we are able to celebrate it, probably with a maximum of ten people. For enquiries about Marriage, First Holy Communion or Confirmation, please contact Fr. Keith.
If you would like to make a financial contribution, you can post your planned giving envelopes through the parish house letter box. Cash or cheques can be posted there payable to St. Mary of the Angels and placed in an envelope addressed to Fr. Keith. If you want to make an online donation, please request our bank details.
Below you will find a reminder of our contact details and a prayer we invite you to say for the pandemic to end and everyone to be protected.
God bless you all
firstname.lastname@example.org; 020 7229 0487; 07879 953953
We fly to your protection, O Holy Mother of God; do not despise our petitions in our necessities, but deliver us always from every danger, O glorious and Blessed Virgin Mary.
Go out to the whole world
In the great feast of Pentecost the Holy Spirit is sent on the waiting apostles to empower them for the task Jesus had given them of proclaiming the Good News to all creation.
Mass Times and Directions
Sunday: 9.30am, 11:00am (in Portuguese),
NOTE – from late July to early September there is only one Mass on Sunday mornings at 11am (no 9.30am or 12.30pm Mass) and no Portuguese Mass.
Saturday and Sunday evening Masses are unchanged except during Carnival weekend. Contact us for more information.
Monday – Saturday: 10:00am, preceded by Morning Prayer at 9.40am.
Nearest underground stationsNotting Hill Gate (Central Line)
Westbourne Park (Circle and Hammersmith Lines)
BusesArtesian Road: 7, 28, 31, 70, 328
Westbourne Grove: 23, 27
Welcome to the Catholic Parish of St. Mary of the Angels.
Mgr. Keith Barltrop
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