Pre-Advent Holy Hour

Calling all St Joseph’s young people,
We will be live-streaming another Holy Hour on Thursday 26th November at 8pm. 
The theme will be based on the story of the Prodigal Son and returning to God. 
Here are some suggestions of what you can contribute : 

  • A poster – you can either draw something by hand and send me a photo or screenshot or you can do the poster on the computer. 
  • Artwork depicting forgiveness and/or Reconciliation or the story of the Prodigal son and the characters in the story.
  • An audio recording of a Bible text about the theme. 
  • An audio recording of a worship song or hymn – sung or instrumental.
  • An audio recording of a reflection of one or all of the characters of the story.
  • An audio recording of a prayer.
  • An audio recording of your reflection on the story and you can relate it to an experience or current times.


Your contributions could also include something about returning to Jesus after some time away from the faith. 
You are also welcome to invite your friends to contribute. 
Please email your contributions to by Monday 23rd November. 

The Bible Timeline Course

In this Year of the Word: The God Who Speaks, Jeff Cavins’ worldwide-famous Catholic Bible Study is being live-streamed, free of charge as a 7-session course on Wednesdays, starting on Wed 4th November 2020 @ 7pm.  For all that you need to know about this course, visit, where you will also be able to register.  The course will be taught by Mauro Iannicelli.

Invite your friends and other parishioners.

Please see flyer below for an insight into what to expect.


Update from CELEBRATE Conference

CELEBRATE Back to Basics 

We are very excited about what the Lord has planned for CELEBRATE. 

We want to be a united people, in step with His plans, ready to follow wherever He takes us. You are invited to join us as we take a fresh look at the CELEBRATE Vision and Values and begin your own CELEBRATE story. 

Together, we will be unpacking the Celebrate values through a combination of powerful testimonies, reflective quotes, Music Mondays, inspirational CELEBRATE@home resources and much more.

To fully unpack these values, we will be hosting five CELEBRATE Together evenings via Zoom which we hope you will be able to attend – we would love you to come to as many as you can. You will be joining your local Regional team to pray, worship and be inspired by a short presentation from a keynote speaker on each of the five CELEBRATE values. The opportunity for prayer ministry will also be available after.

Save the Dates!

All sessions will take place on Zoom and run for an hour starting at 7pm. 

Register here:

Welcome! You are invited to join a meeting: Celebrate Together Twickenham and St Albans. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting.
5th October – Baptism in the Holy Spirit: The Power of a Personal Encounter
19th October – Family: How can we receive the Kingdom of God more like a child?
2nd November – Unity: The Importance of Unity for the Kingdom
16th November – Formation: The Call to Ever Deeper Discipleship
30th November – Mission: Taking Risks and Stepping Out in Faith to Pursue God’s Mission