Public Notices




Candidates wishing to become Catholics either from other Christian denominations or by being baptised first time can contact the parish through our email address or speak to one of the priests.


We are preparing for the start of our parish Confirmation course to be held on Sundays (4.30pm -5.30pm) during term time from January 7th, 2024 until 23rd June 2024.

If your child is in Year 9 please do enrol them in our parish Confirmation programme. Allow them to give the Holy Spirit the opportunity to make a telling difference in their lives. Any questions please contact us at



The annual celebration of Santo Niño (The Infant Jesus) will be marked with a Mass here in our church on 28th January 2024 at 2.00pm. This is a special feast for the Filipino community who have a special devotion to Sto. Niño, and You are all invited to come to this special Mass to celebrate the Infant Jesus of Prague.



Pope Francis calls for all the baptised to be involved in the Synodal process – ARE YOU? Join people from a range of parishes and backgrounds for a day of reflection, conversation, and action, to prepare for the October 2024 synodal Assembly, in Rome.

Date: Saturday, 10 February 2024

10.30am – 4.00pm




The Church relies on people getting involved. Our parish, our community, our world needs you. Could your New Year’s resolution be getting more involved in the life of our church? Which aspects of church brings you life or joy? Could you give a bit of time to help those parts flourish?

CAFOD, the Catholic Agency for Overseas Development, are looking for people to give some time and join them in their mission. Could you help in our parish, inspiring our church to help build a better world or by visiting our local schools? Or raise a voice and campaign for justice or perhaps speak for CAFOD throughout the area? Could you support local volunteers or share your admin or people skills to help CAFOD keep costs low? Training and support is provided. See for more information or get in touch with Or could you take part in The Big Lent Walk?


The Teresian Prayer Group will re-start on 19 October with a new programme looking at St Teresa’s autobiography and aspects of her prayer. Monthly meetings will be in the Music Room on Thursday evenings from 6.30 to 8.00 pm. For details see posters at the back of the Church or on our website



Some members of our parish are in the process of forming a Laudato Si group – a group which will dedicate time to reflecting on the tremendous gift of our mother EARTH and the responsibility we have to protect it. There will be talks and discussions as well as some action plans to promote an awareness of this duty we have towards our environment. Please watch out for kick off date.


The theme for the Season of Creation 2023 is Let peace and justice flow like a river. The Prophet Amos cries out: “But let justice roll on like a river, righteousness like a never-failing stream!” (Amos 5: 24) and so we are called to join the river of justice and peace, to take up climate and ecological justice, and to speak out with and for communities most impacted by climate injustice and the loss of biodiversity.

Pope Francis writes in Laudate Deum 69. I ask everyone to accompany this pilgrimage of reconciliation with the world that is our home and to help make it more beautiful, because that commitment has to do with our personal dignity and highest values. At the same time, I cannot deny that it is necessary to be honest and recognize that the most effective solutions will not come from individual efforts alone, but above all from major political decisions on the national and international level.

70. Nonetheless, every little bit helps, and avoiding an increase of a tenth of a degree in the global temperature would already suffice to alleviate some suffering for many people. Yet what is important is something less quantitative: the need to realize that there are no lasting changes without cultural changes, without a maturing of lifestyles and convictions within societies, and there are no cultural changes without personal changes.


Children Classes and Liturgy

We have commenced our children’s classes and liturgy. The gathering of children for their own liturgy will be very beneficial to their growth in faith. Therefore we encourage all parents with children of this age to bring them to the 10.00am Mass so that they can participate in the class and liturgy.


Join Us on our Media Platforms – Facebook, Instagram & Twitter

In order to facilitate dissemination of information and engage everyone in the life our church community, we are present on media platforms.. Already, in addition to emails, we use Whatsapp (0770 8203 595) where you can send a quick message or ask a quick question, and Youtube for streaming our Masses. The new platforms will provide further avenues for information on the activities in our parish. Please do follow us: @carmelitechurchkensington on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to stay connected.

Amoris Laetitia (The Joy of Love) – New reflection document on Marriage and Family Life (MFL). The MFL Committee, chaired by Bishop David Oakley, Lead Bishop for Marriage and Family Life, has produced a document of reflections on the main themes of Amoris Laetitia called ‘The Joy of Love’.



‘Celebrate’ is a Catholic ministry helping support individuals. Communities and especially families to live an authentic Christian life. On their website they have a new online Family Activity Pack for Summer coming out on 22July

If anyone would like to sign up to the CELEBRATE mailing list to keep up to date with what they are doing for families, you can sign up here: (just scroll down to the bottom of the page).