Bound together by Faith

"We cultivate a very small field for Christ, but we love it, knowing that God does not require great achievements but a heart that holds back nothing for self". -- St. Rose Philippine Duchesne

We have found the Messiah

"In the inexpressible joy of this eternal vision, human nature will possess what eye has not seen or ear heard, what man's heart has never conceived." -- Pope St. Leo the Great

In God You Are Never Alone

"Have no fear of moving into the unknown. Simply step out fearlessly knowing that I am with you, therefore no harm can befall you; all is very, very well. Do this in complete faith and confidence". -- Pope John Paul II

The Blessed Mother

“May the Mother of Jesus and our Mother, always smile on your spirit, obtaining for it, from her Most Holy Son, every heavenly blessing.” -- Saint Padre Pio

Have Faith; Pray Without Ceasing

"Pray with great confidence, with confidence based upon the goodness and infinite generosity of God and upon the promises of Jesus Christ. God is a spring of living water which flows unceasingly into the hearts of those who pray." -- St. Louis de Montfort

St Andrews RC Church, Thornton Heath, Welcomes you in the Name of Jesus Christ

We are a community, strong in the love of Christ; a vibrant and friendly parish, and a community where diversity is celebrated. Our supportive clergy is fully complemented with a large number of active parish groups. We hope to journey together with you with the aim to help each other to grow in faith

Become Faithful To Your Calling

Message from Deacon Errol – Newsletter: 2nd Sunday of the Year (C) Last week we celebrated the Baptism of the Lord. This Feast marks the end of the Christmas Season. Matthew relates Jesus’ baptism as another epiphany, a manifestation declaring the Lord Jesus as the Servant and Son of God; his calling is to be of “service for others”. Jesus’ …

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A Time to Make Contact With Our Catholic Heritage

Message from Deacon Tony- Newsletter: The Baptism of the Lord (C) When I last preached I told you of the old tradition attached to homilies during Advent, how the four weeks had the themes of Salvation, Hope, Heaven and Hell. Last week Fr Kurt told us of the old tradition attached to the Epiphany, when the dates of the moveable feasts …

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Above You The glory of the Lord Appears

Message from Fr Kurt – Newsletter: The Epiphany of the Lord (C) As we reach “Twelfth Night”, people return to work, holidays end and the new school term begins, it’s easy to feel that the celebration of Christmas came and went too soon. But it’s not all over yet. The Church’s Christmas season continues today with the celebration of the …

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Welcome the New Born King, for in him is Eternal Happiness

Message from Message from Fr Chima – Newsletter: Fourth Sunday of Advent (C) Just a few days to go to the end of the year, it seems to have gone by very quickly. Looking back at the past months, has the year been as you would have wished it to be? On the 1st of January when you joyfully greeted the …

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Be on Your Guard Always to Welcome the Lord

Message from Deacon Tony- Newsletter: Third Sunday of Advent (C) There’s often confusion between Advent and Lent. The physical changes in the church might be a factor in this. The liturgical colour of both seasons is Purple, except for half way through when both seasons have a rose coloured weekend, like we have today, Gaudete Sunday. Fewer flowers will also …

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