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An urgent appeal on behalf of The Passage

thumbnail image Please help ensure that we can keep our services running over the coming months to support homeless people who may be affected by Coronavirus. Our services to those on the streets and those we have helped off the streets are under immense pressure as the Covid-19 virus threat grows. With staff and volunteers taking the strain, The Passage needs your support.

We are currently looking after some of the most vulnerable people in our society, many of whom have poor health, in an area where Covid-19 is most prevalent. We need to raise £340,000 urgently to deliver our vital services to homeless people. Now more than ever we rely on the kindness of people like you.

Please give what you can to support us in our efforts.

You can double your donation with The Big Give, link below, until midnight on Tuesday 31 March 2020. Never has there been a time when your donation matters so much.

Thank you and God bless.

Related links: Donate via The Big Give


thumbnail image Update - 21 March 2020
Following the advice of the Catholic Bishops Conference of England and Wales, there will be no public Masses or services until further notice. The Cathedral will remain open for private prayer from 8.30am to 5.30pm, with Confessions by appointment only. Clergy House Reception is now closed, and will remain so until further notice. If you wish to speak to a priest on the telephone, please call 073 4028 8978 between 9.30am and 4.30pm.

Stay connected with the Friends of Westminster Cathedral via Facebook

thumbnail image Friends Director Christina White has moved operations to the Friends of Westminster Cathedral Facebook page:

Thank you to Christina for offering a means of connection at this difficult time.

See also: Friends Events

Related links: Facebook - The Friends of Westminster Cathedral


thumbnail image Meditations take place in the Chapel of the Blessed Sacrament in St Pauls Bookshop each weekday from 12.30 to 1pm. All are welcome.


thumbnail image American taxpayers can receive a US income tax deduction for their contributions to support the work and heritage of the Cathedral by directing their contributions to American Friends of Westminster Cathedral, Inc., a non profit 501(c)(3) Organization (EIN # 13-2983174).

They will also enjoy special events and receive newsletters about Cathedral activities. Donations may be made through bequests and charitable trusts.

Contact Ms. Una Chang, President, American Friends of Westminster Cathedral, Inc., P.O. Box 92, New York, New York 10185-0092, e-mail UChang1@aol.com

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