Please Remember in Your Prayers Deceased Parishioners of the St. Anthony of Padua Parish


The Lord is my shepherd; there is nothing I shall want.

Fresh and green are the pastures where he gives me repose.

Near restful waters he leads me, to revive my drooping spirit.


He guides me along the right path; he is true to his name.

If I should walk in the valley of darkness no evil would I fear.

You are there with your crook and your staff; with these you give me comfort


You have prepared a banquet for me in the sight of my foes.

My head you have anointed with oil; my cup is over flowering.


Surely goodness and kindness shall follow me all the days of my life.

In the Lord’s own house shall I dwell for ever and ever

(Psalm 22)




Neither our natural attachment to life nor our courage in bearing suffering, neither earthly wisdom nor even faith – however great – none of these can preserve us from the sorrow for the dead.

Death is a twofold phenomenon: there is the death of the departed, and the suffering and deadening in our own soul, occasioned by this painful process sorrow, gloom and despondency is forbidden to the Christian.

He must not recoil when faced with suffering nor remain impotently passive before it.

He must exert his spiritual powers to the utmost in order to emerge from it stronger, deeper and wiser.

No matter if we are weak in our faith and unstable in our spiritual life – the love we bear towards the departed is not weak; and our sorrow is so deep, precisely because our love is so strong.

Through the tension of our love, we too shall cross the fatal threshold which they crossed.

By an effort of our imagination, let us enter into the world which they have entered: let us give more place in our life to that which has become their life; and slowly, imperceptibly, our sorrow will turn into joy which no one can take from us.




Book of Remembrance



Eveline Tomei, Richard Goodman,

Blanche Steer, Michael Connolly,

Anne Hucock, Christina Smith,

Lilian Aitken, Henry Whelehan,

Barbara Redway, Joseph Gilroy,

Basil Byrn Hely, James Moloney,

Andrea Bonito, James Liddy,

Marie Young, Edward Allen Forsythe,

Archibald Melville, Ernest Parson,

Cyril Merchant, Patrick Hickey,

James Moynihan, John Stephen Murphy,

Mary Shaw, Julia Nolan,

SharonMarshall, Barbara Nicholas,

Eva Cummins, Nell Gomer,

Charles Ennis, Thomas Hughes,

Charles Wallace, Mary Gorman,

 Terry Maguire, Rose Chapman,

Alice Kelly, Linda Hamilton,

Maurice Raphael, Mary Cavanagh,

Bill McGrath, George  James Morris,

Ria Green,  Catherine McHugh,

Armando Fernandes, Eileen  Simmons,

Joe Curran, Tony Apicella,

Bridie Allen, Cynthia Mary Westley,

Olive Wylie, Esther Marie Cunningham,

Noel John Wilson, Edith Margaret Johnson,

Helen Malcherczyk, Mary Wiseman

and Maureen Curran

     May they rest in peace



“We give back to you, O God, those whom you gave to us.

You did not lose them when you gave them to us, and we do not lose them by their return to you.

Your dear Son has taught us that life is eternal and love cannot die.

So death is only an horizon, and an horizon is only the limit of our sight.

Open our eyes to see more clearly, and draw us closer to you that we may know that we are nearer to our loved ones, who are with you.

You have told us that you are preparing a place for us: prepare us also for that happy place, that where you are we may also be always.

O dear Lord of life and death.”

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Saturday: 9:30am & 6:00pm
Sunday: 9:30am, 11:15am & 5:30pm Monday: 9:30am
Tuesday: 9:30am
Wednesday: 9:30am
Thursday: 9:30am
Friday: 9:30am

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St Anthony’s Primary School

St Anthony of Padua RC

Established in 1878, revived in 1927 & consecrated on 14th June 1950. We are a registered charity under the Archdiocese of Southwark with Parish Priest Father Sunith Nonis & Assistant Priest Father Stuart Meyer.



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