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Year of the Word

Parish Newsletter

Newsletter for Sunday 14 August 2022

Returning to Mass at Pentecost (Invitation Bishops Conference)

We hope that you will find the site a useful resource containing information on all aspects of our parish life and community and we welcome views. Check out our Weekly News page to find out what's happening in the parish. We encourage you to provide us with your own ideas so that we can be certain that we're meeting the needs of the community.

We love to welcome new parishioners into our Church, and hope that you would make yourself known to us if attending Mass at St. Erconwald’s Church




St. Laurence’s Larder


As in previous years we will be supporting “The Larder” [formerly known as “St.

Lawrence’s larder”]. Please bring your “food items” when you attend Mass.

Caritas Westminster



For further readings and meditations see


See also the Jesuits'

Sacred Space Daily Prayer Site


to the website of


112 Carlton Avenue East, Middlesex HA9 8NB

Tel.: 020 8904 6031

Email: wembley3@rcdow.org.uk

Streaming: https://www.churchservices.tv/wembley3

Microsite: https://parish.rcdow.org.uk/wembleyprestonroad/sterconwald

Parish Priest: Fr Anthony Psaila


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Pope Francis Prayer Intentions for August 2022

Pope’s Prayer Intention:

For small businesses:

We pray for the elderly, who represent the roots and memory of a people: may their experience and wisdom help young people to look towards the future with hope and responsibility.

Go to Pope’s Worldwide Network of Prayer website

Church limited opening: see below


Mass will be at 9.30am Monday to Friday [except Thursday], Saturday 05.30pm and Sunday10.00am.

As from September 2021 all Masses will be public and livestreamed::



Currently in stock: a good selection of First Holy Communion and Confirmation cards, Prayer Books, Rosaries and gifts, all at reasonable prices. If you don’t see what you require, please ask as we are unable to display our full stock. You are welcome to have a browse. You can still order by email, or phone and we can arrange a suitable collection time if you are still self-isolating.


If you would like a Mass offered for a specific intention please book this via email to: wembley3@rcdow.org.uk giving the name for whom Mass is intended; reason [RIP, Intention, other]; Name of person requesting and contact number. Mass offerings can be made through: Virgin Money Giving by visiting https://parish.rcdow.org.uk/wembleyprestonroad/donate/ [suggested donation £10.00] or leave in an envelope in the internal post box when the Church reopens..


Please do NOT attend Mass if you are unwell or have any Covid symptoms]

Following the relaxation by the Government of the rules and guidance relating to Covid19 the Bishops have issued further guidance about how individual Churches should implement this. There is still a risk associated with gathering for sustained periods in enclosed spaces and therefore there needs to be continued caution by all against infection. This, however, has to be balanced against the need to move forward safely towards a normal lifestyle. It is important that we continue to ensure that the Church remains a safe place where people can gather to worship. Consequently, while keeping in place some of our existing rules, we will be reviewing these on an ongoing basis. As we have many vulnerable parishioners we ask that you continue to wear your mask and sanitise your hands when you come to Church. Doors will remain open for ventilation. While formal social distancing is no longer required you should be sensitive to the needs of others around you. Your cooperation will be greatly appreciated.


It is no longer necessary to book to come to Mass at the moment. We will continue to display the QR Code for those who want to use it


Offertory Envelopes and other donations can be placed in the Collection Box at the entrance of the Church or at the exit. Please no coinage at this time.

There are a number of cashless methods now available:

1. Standing Order [preferred method]

2. Make a donation via our website: https://parish.rcdow.org.uk/wembleyprestonroad/donate/

3. Via Virgin Money Giving [state reason for donation in the message box].


4. Via Dona [the company who supply our card readers].


Donations, Mass Intentions and Repository payments can also be made via new card readers in Church

[If you are a tax payer, please Gift Aid your donation]


Please note we now have installed a Card Reader at the entrance to the Church. This is in addition to the one located at the Car Park Exit/Entrance. Unfortunately, we can only accept payment via the Card Readers for the categories listed on the two pages on the Card Reader.

Download full copy of Coming to Mass at St Erconwald’s Guidance

[In course of revision]

For further information and resources please see

Prayer during the Coronavirus pandemic

Diocesan Facebook page with video messages from the Cardinal including message re Thursday Mass for carers

UK Catholic Directory

“No one is alone!” a leaflet for when Mass cannot be celebrated publicly

St Erconwald Parish Guidance for Coming to Mass as at 19 July 2021

List of prayers and online resources on Diocesan website

Diocesan newspapers online

The Westminster Record Current and Past Editions

The Passage



UKRAINIAN APPEAL / CARITAS Please pray for the Ukrainian people, for an end to this war. If you would like to donate there are baskets at the entrance and exit of Church or

Direct to the central appeal fund: AUGB Ltd, 80038237, 20-65-89, with reference HelpUkraine,

Through our fundraising page on GoFundMe by following the link or by scanning the QR code to the left of your smart device. https://rb.gy/dcqgcc

THE PARADOX OF ABUNDANCE  Over 800 million people go hungry each day. Yet the world produces over 4 billion tonnes of food and we only need 3.7 billion tonnes to feed everyone. From all this food produced, a third is wasted. As Pope Francis said, "Each of us has a role to play in transforming food systems for the benefit of people and the planet." Let’s respond to his call! CAFOD’s new campaign is called Fix the Food System. Please visit: www.cafod.org.uk/food for more information.