OUR PARISH SUBMISSION FOR THE SYNODAL PATHWAY: Please take a copy of our questionnaire on you way home today and return to either the Parish Office or give in at the offertory collection.
FOR A SYNODAL CHURCH’ – CONSULTING YOUNG ADULTS,18 TO 35: Hosted by Jesuit Young Adult Ministries. Thursday, 9 December 2021 from 19:00-20:30. LONDON JESUIT CENTRE 114 Mount Street, London, W1K 3AH, United Kingdom. Pope Francis invites the Church to ‘walk together’ and has launched a global consultation to listen to the views of Catholics everywhere as they reflect on their experience of being Church. Jesuit YAM wishes to consult with young adults attending the weekly Young Adult Mass and other Jesuit YAM activities and events. You can join them to reflect on and discuss the needs of the Church today. More details email: email@example.com
AS PART OF THE WESTMINSTER SYNODAL PATHWAY: we are invited to join Cardinal Vincent Nichols at Western Area Listening Event on Thursday 2nd December, 7.00pm – 9.00pm at Ealing Abbey, Charlbury Grove, London W5 2DY. Pope Francis has invited the worldwide Church to a time of listening – of listening deeply to each other as we walk side by side, telling our stories of faith. Here in our local Church, our Diocese, this is just what we are doing. This Area Listening Event is an opportunity to listen, to share, and to dream about the Church we are called to be. All are welcome, and places can be booked by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
MARGARET (Peggy) COVE: Please pray for the gentle repose of Margaret’s soul. May she rest in peace. Amen
CHURCH CLEANING: VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: forms are at the back of the church.
SICK AND RETIRED PRIESTS’ FUND: Our parish raised a fantastic £ 1523.73 for the Sick & Retired Priests’ fund. Thank you for your generosity.
REPOSITORY: Booklets can be purchased from either the Repository which is open before and after Mass on Saturday evening or on a Sunday. The monthly Edition of Magnificat: DECEMBER 2021 price £4.99. BOOKLETS WITH PRAYERS & DEVOTIONS TO ST JOSEPH: are available in the church from the REPOSITORY or from one of the Stewards for ONLY £1.95 We have a large selection of cards, calendars & diaries, engaging religious booklets and religious articles, all reasonably priced.
ELIZABETH (Betty) OGILBY RIP: We would like to thank Fr David, Fr John and the people of the parish. For all the love and support they have shown us after our mothers death. Isabel Cristina, William & Stephen Ogilby
EILEEN DRINKWATER: Please pray for the gentle repose of Eileen’s soul. May she rest in peace. Amen
MISSIO (APF/Mill Hill) Red Box Collection: 9 boxes were handed in for counting over the past few weeks – the amount donated came to £245-92. Thank you! Communities around the world are so grateful that people here in Holborn are supporting them through prayer and generous donations. The missionaries, and the communities they serve, are living in such difficult circumstances, made even harder by COVID-19. They have asked us to pass on their thanks, and tell us that they pray for us all. Find out more at missio.org.uk If you do not have a Red Box to take home and use for your cash donations, but would like to support Missio’s APF and Mill Hill Missionaries this way please contact Gemma Osborne 020 7837 4114.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR DONATIONS TO THE FOLLOWING RETIRING COLLECTIONS RECENTLY:
CARDINALS LENTEN APPEAL: £292.02
PRIESTS TRAINING FUND £828.13
CAFOD: thank you for supporting the climate crisis appeal, we raised £238.85
HOLY PLACES: £265.52
CATHOLIC COMMUNICATIONS APPEAL: £106.54
DAY FOR LIFE APPEAL: £142.34
PETER’S PENCE: £311.20
SEA SUNDAY (STELLA MARIS): £295.50
MISSIO (APF/Mill Hill) Red Box Collection: £245-92.
BECOMING A CATHOLIC: Please contact the parish priest, Fr David Barnes.
PARISH CONTACTLESS DEVICE: We have now set out our Parish Contactless device. This is located at the table at the back of the church as you leave. As people are asked to pay by contactless more and more and many of us are no longer carrying money. We now have a contactless device to be able to donate for now just to the Offertory or Upkeep of the church.By using this device, we will cut down on the time the counters need to count the cash and there will be less cash to bank. Please consider donating this way. For now you are unable to gift-aid your donations, but we can correct this retrospectively in the future.
OUR SICK and HOUSEBOUND: Please keep our sick & housebound in your prayers, and if you know anyone who would like to receive Holy Communion please tell Fr David and we can also add to the weekly prayers for the sick.
BEWARE!!!!!!! – THIEVES ARE STEALING FROM BAGS IN CHURCH. PLEASE KEEP YOUR BAG IN VIEW AT ALL TIMES.
CONSECRATION OF OUR ALTAR: many have asked about the relics placed in our altar by the Cardinal during the consecration. The relics are of: St Stephen of Hungary, St Thomas of Canterbury, St Martin de Porres, St Joseph Cottolengo. We venerate them and ask their prayers for our parish.
FIVE BIBLE STUDIES ON THE ADVENT SUNDAY GOSPELS: Mauro Iannicelli will break-open the forthcoming Advent Sunday Gospels with in-depth teaching and stimulating questions. As a result, you will experience Sunday Mass in a new way! Five Wednesdays: 24 Nov | 1 Dec | 8 Dec | 15 Dec | 22 Dec (7-8pm UK Time). Free of Charge | LIVE sessions on YouTube. Info & Registration: https://comeandsee.org/advent
WESTMINSTER CATHEDRAL’S ANNUAL CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION: a wonderful evening of music and readings for all the family in the magnificent Mother Church of the Diocese, is taking place this year on Wednesday 15th December and Thursday 16th December at 7:30pm. Doors will open at 6:30pm, with organ music being played from 7pm. Tickets are now available at: https://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/westminster-cathedral-tickets-london/venue/254582
CAFOD WORLDGIFTS: “Like many women around the world, Garmah in Liberia had no legal rights to her home when her husband died. CAFOD worked with local experts to help her and now Garmah and her children live rightfully and happily together in their family home. “Thank you for your support which enables hundreds of women like Garmah remain in their homes during times of struggle. Other examples of our work can be found in our World Gift catalogues or website worldgifts.cafod.org.uk
THE SVP (Saint Vincent De Paul): are distributing 11,500 Vinnie Packs containing cold weather essentials to the homeless this winter. Please could you consider sponsoring packs at a suggested donation of £3.70 per pack? Donations can be sent to Vinnie Packs, PO Box 72264, London SW1P 9EZ with cheques made out to SVP or by bank transfer to Nat West sort code 60-60-04, account no. 4608 8237. Thank you so much for your support.
SAYING GOODBYE SERVICE: The Mariposa Trust’s core objective is to support people who have lost babies at any stage of pregnancy, at birth, or in infancy. With over 258,000 babies being lost yearly in the UK alone, the charity needed to be able to offer not only a comprehensive package of befriending and support but also national baby loss remembrance services (called Saying Goodbye Services), for people to join together and remember the children they had lost. On the 28th November at 3.30pm in Westminster Central Hall we will be hosting one of our Saying Goodbye Services.
MISSIO: Please support Missio in helping missionaries to work alongside communities throughout the world that are poor or in need, regardless of their background or belief. Join in on this special day that unites Catholics all over the world in prayer and celebration of our Church’s mission to share God’s love with all people. Please call 020 7821 9755 (oﬃce hours) or visit Missio’s website to give a single gift, set up a Direct Debit and Gift Aid your donation, if possible: https://missio.org.uk/wmsdonate/
ST PATRICK’S MISSIONARY SOCIETY: Invites parishioners to receive a free yearly subscription of their magazine the Africa. Please send your details to Office@stpatricksuk.co.uk for more information visit: https://www.spms.org/africa-magazine
QUEEN ELIZABETH II INFIRMARY AT SUTTON’S HOSPITAL CHARTERHOUSE RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME AND DOMICILIARY CARE in EC1 area looking for Support worker. Required for Care home in London… Requires a person who is willing to work hard and show real commitment with residents who expect high levels of service …Training will be provided Contact Stafford 07507092138
MIGRANTS AND REFUGEES 2021: The Bishops have asked us to remember them all in our prayers. For more information. https://www.cbcew.org.uk/wdmr21/
LONDON CHARTERHOUSE CATENIANS: is a fellowship of Catholic business and professional men meeting physically and on Zoom. Meetings: 1st Tuesdays at 7pm, Dinner at 8pm-10pm at: Thistle Kingsley Hotel, 36-37 Bloomsbury Way, London WC1A 2SD. For more information visit catenians.org.uk or email: email@example.com
PLEASE JOIN US: in praying and fasting for the end of abortion in this country for Post Abortion help and to support Pro-Life counselling see: www.GoodCounselNetwork.com Please invite your friends and Family to join us via this Facebook event; https://www.facebook.com/events/2739924072936969
RETROUVAILLE: Covid 19—a very challenging time for many marriages. So much uncertainty around, health, income, employment, vulnerable family members, children, housing. Different ways of seeing things, coping with change, managing fears can be a source of conflict and stress. It can be difficult to talk, to listen to support and comfort when there is so much uncertainty. Being together all the time, brings different challenges. You wonder would we be better apart? Retrouvaille is a programme to support couples, it brings a positive focus, new hope and helps nourish and grow your marriage ….and you don’t need to leave home, it comes to you! For confidential information about Retrouvaille’, or to register for the next programme. Call or text +44788 729 6983 or +44 797 338 0443. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org – or visit www.retrouvaille.org.uk
2019 ANNUAL REPORT & ACCOUNTS FOR THE DIOCESE OF WESTMINSTER: Are available on www.redow.org.uk/about-us Please visit for the download.
AID TO THE CHURCH IN NEED: Please pray for all those who suffer religious persecution. We pray, too, for the thousands of people who carry out the work of ACN around the world. We also ask God to bless all those who give their time, prayers and donations to ensure that struggling Christian communities the world over receive the spiritual and material gifts they need to believe that they, too, may hope for a bright future in which they can live out their faith without fear. For more information visit: https://acnuk.org/our-campaigns/redwednesday/
CAFOD: LIGHT A CANDLE ON THEIR ONLINE VOTIVE STAND: When lighting your candle you can share the name of the person you’re praying for and add a little message or prayer to appear with your candle. Your candle will stay on the votive stand so you can come back and visit it at any time. Each candle is accompanied by a small donation towards CAFOD’s lifesaving work with poor and vulnerable communities. We hope you will take comfort in knowing that your candle is shining a light of hope around the world. Visit: https://lightacandle.cafod.org.uk
CARDINAL VINCENT NICHOLS ASKS US TO PRAY FOR THE FOLLOWING INTENTIONS: Today we pray especially for all who have suffered abuse, as children or as vulnerable adults, and carry its scars throughout their lives. Many of their stories are told in the IICSA Report. We pray for them in the pain they bear.
We pray too for courage and guidance for our bishops and religious leaders, and for those who work in Safeguarding, that the responses we give will be just and healing. We ask pardon for those past responses that now are seen to have been so inadequate.
We place before the Lord this brokenness which marks so many lives and the life of the Church.’
These are certainly difficult days for us, but more so for all who have suffered this terrible abuse.
Please pray for us bishops as we consider these matters during out meeting next week. And pray for me too: I need those prayers. If these are difficult days for me, I know they are for you too. Please stay steady and be sure of my prayers for you.
SAFE SPACES: Safe Spaces is a free and independent support service for anyone who has been abused through their relationship with the Church. It is delivered by a team of support advocates with specialist training in supporting survivors of sexual abuse. It is available to people aged 18 or over who have suffered abuse. Enclosed is a document outlining the service and providing contact details. Please make your parishioners aware of this service.
NHS TRACK AND TRACE APP: Please use the NHS Track & Trace app if you have a smart phone to check in when you attend Mass. This will save you time on your way in. Please download in the app store of Google Play Store. The QR posters are around the church. Thank you.
JOURNEYING WITH THE BIBLE: – now online, the continuing series of talks presented by Fr Javier Ruiz-Ortiz PhD and Sr Monica Cardona STL. To register for any of the talks please contact Catadmin@rcdow.org.uk. All Talks are from 7.00-8.30pm, Programme details, see website: https://rcdow.org.uk/faith/evangelisation/the-god-who-speaks/journeying-with-the-bible/
DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC, we have put as many UK Catholic Diocesan newspapers on one website (www.ChurchPaper.co.uk) so parishioners can stay in contact with their Church and their community.www.ChurchPaper.co.uk
THE SYCAMORE FILMS ARE NOW ON OPEN ACCESS FOR THE NEXT SIX MONTHS: It’s a difficult time for everyone with the Coronavirus emergency – but also an important time to support one another in faith and to reach out to others beyond our communities.
In many places it has become impossible for group meetings to take place. Many Sycamore parishes have been asking us how we can make the Sycamore videos available for parishioners to watch at home and to participate in remote groups.
In an effort to support parishes and Catholic communities in every way possible, we have made all of the Sycamore films OPEN ACCESS so that they can be viewed online at home by anyone who wishes, without a subscription or log-in.
You can access the Film Pages here: https://www.sycamore.fm/videos/
SVP VINNIE PACKS FOR THE HOMELESS: The SVP are distributing 11,500 Vinnie Packs containing cold weather essentials to the homeless this winter. Would you be willing to help? To donate (£3.50 per pack is suggested), please send cheques payable to SVP to Vinnie Packs, PO Box 72264, London SW1P 9EZ, or to donate by bank transfer to Natwest sort code 60-60-04, account number 4608 8237.
OUR LADY UNTIER OF KNOTS PRAYER GROUP: All are welcome. The prayer group meets in our Parish on the 3rd Wednesday of the Month following the 6pm Mass until 8.45pm. Meetings are cancelled for the present due to the Coronavirus Pandemic.
All are welcome to attend for all or part of this. First hour is the Marian Hour with the Rosary and the second hour is the Eucharistic Hour with led Adoration. The times we live in a very serious and there is much suffering. This time of prayer invoking Our Lady Untier of Knots is to pray for the Church and the needs of the World. How we need to pray!
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GUILD OF ST STEPHEN: If anyone is interested in becoming an altar server then please see Michael O’Leary after any of the Sunday Masses or contact him on 07914420290 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org Altar servers must be committed to serving every Sunday and major feast days plus other services when requested. Michael O’Leary Parish M.C.
IN CASE YOU ARE ADMITTED TO HOSPITAL: In the light of data protection please indicate on entering hospital that your details are to be passed on to the RC Chaplain. Also state that you would like the Chaplain to visit you.
OUR SICK AND HOUSEBOUND: Please keep our sick & housebound in your prayers, and if you know anyone who would like to receive Holy Communion please tell Fr David.
CARITAS: has a service to support and develop volunteering in the diocese. The aim is to make volunteering as easy as possible for everyone. Please visit the website www.caritaswestminster.org.uk/volunteer where you can find role for you. Alternatively contact us directly by emailing email@example.com or by telephone 0207 798 9063 or 077 3818 3833.
YOU CAN HELP YOUR MARRIAGE – Do you feel alone? Are you frustrated or angry with each other? Do you argue … or have you just stopped talking to each other? Does talking about it only make it worse? Retrouvaille (pronounced retro-vi with a long i) helps couples through difficult times in their marriages. There is no group therapy or group work. For confidential information about Retrouvaille’, or to register for the next programme. Call or text 0788 7296983 or 0797 3380443 or Email – or visit www.retrouvaille.org.uk
NEW PILGRIM PATH WEBSITE OF THE WEEK: The Liturgical Season of Ordinary Time counts the time between Christmas Season and Lent, and between Easter Season and Advent. Ordinary Time readings, liturgy and prayer can be a rich time to reflect upon our relationship with God, our relationships with each other and to grow in depth on many levels. Creighton University Online Ministries has a huge variety of helpful resources for prayer in Ordinary Time, which you can access at www.NewPilgrimPath.ie
CAFOD: are inviting everyone to pray for the people of Yemen and the desperate situation in that country. In a message asking for prayers, Chris Bain writes: ‘As you may have seen in the news, the suffering in Yemen is one of the gravest humanitarian crises in the world today. After nearly four years of war, more than 14 million people are facing starvation and 85,000 children may have already died from extreme hunger since 2015. ‘There is some hope in Yemen, with a ceasefire brokered in December, promising to restore the Hodeida port and allow food and medicine into the country.CAFOD has worked through partners in Yemen since 2016, and while we welcomed the UK government’s announcement last week that it will uplift funding to the UN Peace process in Yemen by £2.5 million, we know that the situation is so desperate that more needs to be done. ‘Thank you for your thoughts and prayers for the people suffering in Yemen.’
A PRAYER FOR YEMEN: Giver of Life, Who hears the cries from Yemen; of mothers choosing between medicine or food, of parents grieving children lost to starvation, of those who have given up everything in hunger. Hear our cries for hope, for change, for peace. In your mercy, Break political deadlocks,Soften hardened hearts, Change closed minds.Open unhearing ears. Let people come before power. Let life be holy again. Let your justice and peace.Shape the nation of Yemen And the lives of all people. Amen
ADOREMUS: NATIONAL EUCHARISTIC CONGRESS:Talk links can be accessed using the following links:
https://rcdow.org.uk/faith/let-us-adore/www.catholicnews.org.uk/Home/Special-Events/Adoremus-National-Eucharistic-Pilgrimage As a follow on there are some wonderful booklets to help us grow in love of the Mass and Adoration. They are available from the Repository, and at other times from the Sacristy.
HELP YOUR PARISH THROUGH GIFT AID : Gift Aid enables members of our congregation and visitors to the church to increase the value of their donations by 25% at no extra cost to themselves. If you pay Income Tax or Capital Gains Tax, some of this can be returned to the Church by the tax authorities if evidence of your donation is registered. There are many ways to do this, including use of numbered envelopes allocated to a named parishioner, Standing Orders paid directly from a bank account, and using special Gift Aid envelopes found in the containers at the back of the church. Please consider whether you can join the many parishioners and visitors who already increase the effectiveness of their generous donations in this way.
The Parish is grateful to all Mass-goers who take the trouble to use the individual Gift Aid envelopes for the Mass collection and other offerings, e.g. Mass Stipends, candles, etc. The Diocese has recently re-designed the envelopes to comply with new legal requirements and personal details are now written on a tear-off slip which is placed inside the envelope along with the cash or cheque offering. There is otherwise no increase in the amount of information required. The envelopes are now available at the back of the Church, the main change being that being stiffer than the previous design, they need to be folded firmly before being pushed into a coin slot or collection pouch.
CATHOLIC SINGLES: Single, separated, widowed or divorced?
* Helps practising Catholics meet other Catholics.
* Supports Catholic Parishes and Charities, donating thousands of pounds from members’ fees.
* Provides a strictly confidential service.
* Sends members a monthly bulletin called Catholic Networking.
* Publicises social events free of charge.
£10 annual membership plus an initial donation. Free information, with no obligation, CATHOLIC SINGLES, 1 BURLESCOMBE CLOSE, ALTRINCHAM. WA14 4UX.Tel. 0161 941 3498.
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HOLY DAYS OF OBLIGATION FOR ENGLAND & WALES: Rome approved the Bishops’ Conference’s request that the Epiphany be henceforth celebrated on January 6th, unless this falls on a Saturday or Monday, in which case it is celebrated on the Sunday. The Ascension of the Lord will henceforth be celebrated on Thursday in Week 6 of Eastertide. For 2019, the dates are:
Epiphany of the Lord Sunday 6th January
Ascension of the Lord Thursday 23rd May
Corpus Christi Sunday 23rd June
Ss Peter and Paul 30th June
Assumption BVM Thursday 15th August
All Saints Thursday 1st November
Christmas Tuesday 25th December
PARISH DONATING: A new, convenient option for donating to our parish has arrived! TEXT GIVING THOUGH YOUR MOBILE PHONE! By using your mobile phone, you can now text £5 as an offering to help support the running costs, ministries and programmes, or the cost of maintenance and repairs to our buildings.
Simply type: Parish (then space) then SASCO.
Send it to 70800.
Click send. And £5 will be added to your mobile phone bill, as a donation which will come directly to our parish. Thank you!
FOUNDATION GOVERNORS are needed for our Catholic Schools, ensuring that the Church’s mission and practice are up held. If you are interested, please contact Fr David, or write to The Education Service, Vaughan House, 46 Francis Street, London SW1P1QN. Visit the website: www.rcdow.org.uk/education/governors or call 020 7718 9189.
SPEC: “Are you over 18 and planning a gap year? Join us for a year at the Westminster Youth Ministry retreat centre as a volunteer missionary supporting schools and parishes of our diocese, where you can develop skills to help you with your future and deepen and grow in your Catholic faith. We provide wonderful accommodation in glorious surroundings, all meals and a monthly allowance. To see how our past volunteer missionaries have used this experience to build their future and to find out more, visit www.dowym.com.spec
(Romans 15:7) Pope Francis asks that we be a Church that does not just welcome and receive by keeping doors open, but one that finds new ways; that is able to step outside itself and go out to welcome the stranger. Powered by the living word within us, audacious and courageous we can go to the refugees and exiles, the homeless and hungry, the unemployed and those who have lost hope, those who have left our communities or are indifferent and invite them to find that peace and life that comes from knowing you are truly welcome. Now it is the author of the letter to the Hebrews who encourages us further when he writes:
Let mutual love continue. Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers, for thereby some have entertained angels unawares (Hebrews 13:1-2)
The following links can help us explore Scripture more deeply
VOLUNTEERS FOR FELTHAM COMMUNITY CHAPLAINCY TRUST (FCCT), which supports ex-offenders to make a transition to a place of worship after their time in prison, is looking for Catholic volunteers to mentor young men in prison. It is possible for this ministry to fit in with your existing commitments. No experience is required, just a passion for Christ and his teachings. Full training is provided.
Contact FCCT directly for more information on 0208 844 5585 or email@example.com
PROCLAIM WESTMINSTER: Pope Francis is encouraging us to be “missionary parishes”, and our bishops have asked us to develop three initiatives. At our last Parish Assembly we decided ours would be:
1. Developing our Welcome Ministry at Sunday and weekday Masses.
2. Talks on the Catholic Faith for both non-Catholics and others
interested (aimed especially at Catholics no longer going to church).
3. Work with young parents on family life (a spin-off from First Holy Communion Preparation).
FREE DROP IN TRANSLATION AND INFORMATION SERVICE
Every Friday from 11-12:30pm at Austin Forum, Augustinian Centre, 55 Fulham Palace Road, W6 8AU.We offer support in CV writing, job searches, translating documents and assisting with telephone calls. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
HOLBORN COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION
If you live, work or the area and could help, now is the time to let us know. Please contact: email@example.com
Visit our website: http://www.holbornforum.org.uk/to find out more.
CARITAS: VOLUNTEERING WITH REFUGEES
Getting involved in existing projects. Many groups working with migrants, refugees and asylum seekers are struggling to cope with demand, and always need more volunteers and resources. Please go to rcdow.org.uk/caritas/migrant-drop-in-centres to find information on groups in your area. Donating: At Caritas Westminster, we rely on the generosity of Catholic communities to be able to continue to support refugees and other vulnerable people in the Diocese. You can donate on our website at rcdow.org.uk/donations or send us a cheque payable to ‘WRCDT – Caritas’.
POPE FRANCIS recently encouraged us all to carry a copy of the Gospels in our pocket or bag, and at spare moments to read a few verses. How quickly we would get to know the Gospel if we did so, and how much we could hear Our Lord speak to us. Copies of the Gospel on sale after all Sunday Masses from the repository and from the Sacristy after all weekday Masses £1.95 each.
The LGBT Catholics Younger Adults Group (LGBTYAG) aims to provide support and fellowship for Catholics in their twenties, 30s, and 40s who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender, and their families. We meet regularly for Mass at the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Farm Street, as well as organising monthly spiritual and social events. If you would like to know more, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or see our website: www.lgbtcatholicsyag.org.uk
CATHOLIC EDUCATION NEEDS VOLUNTEERS: You can make a positive difference. Please help ensure local children receive the best possible education by volunteering as a school governor. Call 020 7288 9531 or visit www.becomeagovernor.com
CATHOLIC STUDENTS AT UNIVERSITY For student activities in Westminster Diocese, come and visit NEWMAN HOUSE CATHOLIC CENTRE, 111 Gower Street, London WCIE 6AR (opposite UCL and just up from Waterstone’s Bookshop) Tel:020-7387-6370. For info re. events at Newman House and catholic societies/activities at your college, visit: universitycatholic.net, and the ‘Newman House’ Facebook Page.