The Sacred Heart, Holloway parish food bank started during the pandemic in response to the needs of the local community. It first opened its doors in January 2021 and now runs every two weeks on the second and last Saturday of the month. The food bank project has grown rapidly. In January we had eight…Details
Being able to help friends and family is important. Just as important is knowing that it’s also okay to ask for help. A mini food-bank (of basic nonperishable goods) will be open on the second and last Saturday of every month. Starting on Saturday 30th January in the parish courtyard. From 11:30 am to 1:30…Details
DIOCESE OF WESTMINSTER – The current position and role of our churches in this phase of the pandemic
Please read the Cardinal’s letter which explains the position of the Diocese at this time.
Prepare as if you are going to Mass physically: * Wear decent clothing. * Designate a prayer room or sacred space (free from phone ringing, animal noise, or other distractions). * Invite family members to participate. *Be still and be quiet. *Respond to all parts of the Mass (you may be on mute, I hope…Details
With the announcement of a new lockdown for England to curb the rapid spread of COVID-19, Cardinal Vincent Nichols, President of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales, said: “The regular practice of our faith in God is a well-established source of both personal resilience and dedicated service to those in need. Such resilience…Details
Last Sunday, 25th October 2020, Holloway parish had the pleasure to receive a special visitor, Bishop Nicolas Hudson, who celebrated 11:00 am Mass.
We have installed the VMG link on our website and it is the most efficient way of giving to your parish church. Click on the Donate Now button, it will take you to the Virgin Money Giving page. You can then make a single or monthly donation and you will be able to gift aid…Details
From this coming weekend, the wearing of facial covering or marks will be compulsory when entering a place of worship. This means when you attend Mass, you must be wearing a mask. Children under the age of 11 and those with medical conditions that prevent them from wearing a mask safely are exempt. Kindly bring…Details