We celebrate Mass at St Thomas More each Sunday at 8:45am and each Thursday at 9:30am. All are welcome.
Thursday Mass times may sometimes be subject to change, so please refer to the latest newsletter.
Confession is available 5.30pm to 5.50pm on Saturdays (at St Swithun's) or by appointment at other times.
During Lent, Stations of the Cross will be celebrated at St Thomas More on Thursdays at 10am. We will also celebrate Stations of the Cross at St Thomas More at 11am on Good Friday.
St. Thomas More was born in 1478, the son of a prominent judge. Torn between a monastic calling and a life of civil service, he entered Parliament in 1504, eventually becoming Speaker of the House and then Lord Chancellor. He helped establish the parliamentary privilege of free speech. He refused to endorse Henry VIII's plan to divorce Katherine of Aragon and did not attend the coronation of Anne Boleyn. He also refused to swear to the Act of Succession and the Oath of Supremacy. Henry found him guilty of treason and he was beheaded in 1535. He was canonised in 1935.
Click here for a summary of St. Thomas More's life and times.
Click here for more information about St. Thomas More's imprisonment in the Tower of London.