Welcome to St. Dominic's Parish
St Dominic’s is a friendly & diverse community seeking to worship God, in Christ and by His Holy Spirit. We are a Roman Catholic parish in the South-East of England, part of the Archdiocese of Southwark, dedicated to Saint Dominic de Guzmán. Click here to download the Parish registration form.
Mass & Confession Times
Sunday: 9am and 11am
Saturday: 9:15am and 6pm
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday: 9:15am
Wednesday & Friday: 7pm
Holy Days: 9:15am, 7pm
Confessions: Saturday 5:15pm – 5:45pm
Please contact the Presbytery by phone or email.
The Synodal Process we are undertaking is guided by a fundamental question:
How does ‘journeying together’ take place today on different levels (from the local level to the universal one), allowing the Church to proclaim the Gospel? And, what steps is the Spirit inviting us to take in order to grow as a synodal Church?
All parishes in our Archdiocese have been invited by Archbishop John to respond to the invitation of Pope Francis and take part in the initial diocesan listening phase of the Synod.
Everyone in our parish of St Dominic is asked to pray and reflect about the Church’s mission in the life of the parish and the diocese so that the will of the Lord can be discerned, as we seek to grow in faith and number. As you go about your daily lives reflect on what the Holy Spirit might be saying to the church at this time. We are asked to reflect on 3 themes:
You are invited to contribute, by 18th February 2022, in one of the following ways:
- Join the zoom sessions on Saturday 15th January 2022.
- Complete a paper questionnaire, which can be found in the Narthex, and post it through the presbytery.
- An online submission direct to the diocese.
- By post to: Synod Submissions, c/o Archbishop’s House, 150 St George’s Rd, SE1 6HX
Mass requests can be made through the parish email or by telephone. Donations for mass intentions can be paid directly into the parish account.
Baptism: Services must follow the guidance given by CBCEW for baptisms.
First reconciliation and First Holy Communion: First Holy Communion will take place on Saturday 18th June 2022.
Confirmation: The Confirmation programme begins on Thursday 10th February 2022 at 5pm.
Matrimony: Services must follow the guidance given by CBCEW for weddings. Up to 30 people can attend.
Sacrament of Reconciliation: Available by appointment but must follow the guidance given by CBCEW for confession.
Anointing of the Sick: In case of emergency please contact the parish office.
Funerals: Services must follow the guidance given by CBCEW for funerals.
The Divine Mercy Chaplet to be prayed daily at 3pm.
Spiritual Communion when you cannot attend mass.
Prayer to your Guardian Angel before the start of Holy Mass.
The Angelus is traditionally prayed at 6am, noon and 6pm but of course you can pray it at anytime.
Spiritual Resources and Prayers
A prayer for protection in times of pandemic.
Psalm 91 provides a source of comfort and protection.
Retreat with Monsignor John Armitage – YouTube
Online retreat led by Mgr John Armitage, Rector of the Catholic National Shrine at Walsingham, England.
Sycamore is an informal course about the Christian faith and its relevance for life today. It gives you space to meet people and share ideas. Each session involves a short film and time for discussion. Everyone is welcome.
St Dominic’s parish is funded totally by donations. This is normally given as Sunday cash donations, gift aid envelopes, standing orders and occasionally legacy donations. The best way to to donate to the parish is by electronic transfer. A regular standing order or a one-off transfer can be setup via online or telephone banking. Pledge forms with account details are available from the parish office.
Gift Aid Envelopes
The 2022/23 envelopes are now available and can be collected from the Narthex.
If you are a taxpayer, please consider joining our gift aid scheme. To join download the GA declaration form, fill it in and post it through the presbytery door.
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