Easter at St. Edmund’s

Holy Saturday… Office of Readings and Morning Prayer at 10.00 am Blessing of Easter food from 10.30 am – 11.30 am (click here for more) 10.30 am – 12.00 noon – Confessions Easter Vigil 8.00 pm   Easter Day… Masses at the usual times: 8.00 am, 9.30 am, 11.00 am, 5.30

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Live Streaming of our Services

During March 1,976 individuals logged on to view St Edmund’s webcam. Our total number of viewers was 9,275 so clearly many viewers returned to be part of other broadcast Masses. If you have friends and family who are unable physically to come to a church please tell them about our service and

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Oberammergau 2020

The Pilgrimage Committee has the pleasure to announce that we have managed to secure Category 1 tickets for the much anticipated Oberammergau Passion Play 2020 and a package on half board basis in Oberammergau and Zell am See from 20th May 2020-27th May 2020. It will be a devotional and leisurely itinerary. If you wish

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CAFOD Emergency Cyclone Idai Appeal

Please support our parish second collection this weekend for this emergency appeal. Your donation will give food, clean water and healthcare to people in desperate need. Gabriel, the Cafod expert working with the Church in Mozambique says: “We know that Idai has wiped out crops and livestock, damaged water supplies

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Pilgrimage to Poland – October 2019

There are still a few places available on this pilgrimage. Pilgrims will visit the Black Madonna and Auschwitz where they will be able to pray in the cell of St Maximilian Kolbe, and visit the birthplace of Pope John Paul II. They will also visit the Salt Mines and the beautiful

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Our Local Food Bank

Our local food bank at Holy Trinity Church in Penge has had huge demands placed on them over the last few weeks and are very short of supplies. Parishioners responded to their last call for help with such generosity that we are asking once again if you could bring supplies

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We Need Your Help

Lent is around the corner and so we can start counting the days until the Easter Vigil. It is a long standing tradition in our parish that we have a party after the Vigil Mass to celebrate the resurrection of Christ and to welcome into our parish family those who have been received into

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A Word from Fr Steve…

In this Sunday’s Gospel reading Jesus tells his disciples ‘to love your enemies, to do good to those who hate you, bless those who curse you, pray for those who treat you badly’. Indeed, the bar has been set very high. I am reminded of the words of G.K. Chesterton, ‘The Christian ideal has not been

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