Drop the pegs – for CAFOD

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CAFOD Volunteer Maggie running the CAFOD Stall

Thank you to volunteers, Andrew Mears and Maggie for running a CAFOD stall at the Our Lady of Dolours, Hendon Christmas Fayre.

 The aim of the stall was to raise awareness of CAFOD’s work and raise some funds too.

Parishioners were invited to take part in a fun activity involving dropping pegs into a bottle and earning sweets as prizes.

The stall raised over £100 for CAFOD!

Thank you to all in the Parish for their support.  Perhaps you could Fundraise for CAFOD too?  Click here to see our A to Z of Fundraising ideas


EVENT: CAFOD Volunteer Tour of Westminster Cathedral New Date| Friday 2 February 2018

Join us for a tour around Westminster Cathedral.

We are offering CAFOD Volunteers a one-hour of the Cathedral on Friday 2 February at 13.45 or 15.15pm. The tour will be led by John O’Brien, a CAFOD speaker volunteer for many years, who is a Guide at the Cathedral. Booking limited to 12 places per tour.

(Please note the tour for Friday 12 January has had to be cancelled due to special Mass)

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Join us this January for a tour around Westminster Cathedral


Westminster Cathedral is the Mother church for the Catholics of England and Wales. It is the seat of the Archbishop of Westminster, presently Cardinal Vincent Nichols. Founded by Cardinal Herbert Vaughan the Cathedral foundation stone was laid in 1895 and the Cathedral opened in 1903. Its byzantine architecture is very special and completely unlike the gothic Westminster Abb­ey or St Paul’s Cathedral in the City of London. Continue reading

Parishioners in Westminster share Brazilian families’ joy after campaign success

Thank you CAFOD Supporters!

#FicaMauá – Let them stay

#FicaMauá – Let them stay

Thanks to the parishioners from across the Westminster Diocese who were amongst the 4,000 people to support a CAFOD petition, to express our solidarity with1,000 people in São Paulo.

We are delighted to report the community at Maua will approach this Christmas safe in the knowledge that they no longer face eviction from their home.

In September 2017, CAFOD launched a campaign to halt the eviction of around 1,000 people living in the abandoned hotel in the centre of São Paulo, Brazil. Continue reading