Fr. Stephen Day, deacons Pat Jeary and Leo Poole, and all the parishioners of St Thomas More welcome you to our parish website. Whether you are an existing member of the parish, a former member of the parish or a visitor we hope you find these pages of interest and that will give you an insight into the past, present and future life of St Thomas More Parish. God bless you.


This parish is in partnership with the parish of St Joseph the Worker, with the same parish priest. The website for St Joseph’s is here

Twitter: @StThosMore   Email: stmcov@gmail.com Facebook: @StThosMore

 Watch Mass and view the church, click here 
Mass readings for each day may be found here
Read the latest notice sheet for  information about what’s on here 
THANK YOU for so many of you sharing in Mass over the internet and for the emails of support. God bless you all!

The Government has placed England under new Covid-19 restrictions since Thursday 5 November. These include the closure of churches for public worship. Masses will continue to be celebrated and livestreamed here
Across the partnered parishes of St Thomas More and St Joseph the Worker Sunday Masses will be
9.00am St Thomas More, click here
10.45am St Joseph the Worker, click here
12.30pm Warwick Univ Catholic Chaplaincy, click here
(The Saturday 5.00pm Vigil at St Thomas More and the 5.00pm Sunday Mass at St Joseph’s will cease until public worship resumes)

PUBLIC MASSES – now suspended
SATURDAY 5.00pm (Vigil Mass for Sunday)
SUNDAY AT 9.00am
Public Masses in the week are currently limited to
Fridays at 9.00am, followed by Adoration
We hope to have more depending on the number and availability of volunteer stewards and cleaners

ADVENT PARISH ART PROJECT: join in whether you are able to come to Mass or not. You are invited to make a star to be combined with others… Details here Advent 2020 Stars

Thanks to our volunteer stewards and cleaners, we are able to be open. The details of public weekday Masses are on the news sheet.


We are now operating a ‘Track & Trace’ system so that everyone who comes to Mass should leave a name and phone number so that, if we are contacted by NHS Track & Trace, we may help inform people that might have been exposed to Covid-19. We ask that you leave a slip of paper with only your name and phone number, or alternatively you may give your details to a steward. Details and forms you might use are here Track&TraceForms

If you decide to come –
You must not have any cold or flu-like symptoms
Please come wearing your face covering: they are compulsory in church

Please stay 1.5m apart from anyone you do not live with
Please follow the stewards’ directions at all times
Please remember that it is only by following guidelines and having extra cleaning that we may stay open

You should not come if –
You are ill
You have an underlying health condition that makes you vulnerable

You are caring for someone who is vulnerable
You have any cold or flu-like symptoms
You are not confident that it is right for you to come
You have been in contact with someone with Covid-19

These may happen only under strict conditions and in serious circumstances. Please contact Fr Stephen in the first place.

Please keep an eye on the ‘Parish and Coronavirus’ page here  for the latest details.

 If you can volunteer to be a steward or cleaner or both, please email stmcov@gmail.com to offer your services.

Please contact us if we can be of help. There are details on the ‘Parish and the Coronavirus’ web page here. Fr Stephen can be contacted by phone or email.

Please pray! Suggestions here

Prayers to make a Spiritual Communion when absent from Mass are included on this sheet here. The obligation to be at Sunday Mass has been lifted for the duration of this outbreak. Under current circumstances it is therefore no sin not to be at Mass. But please pray!

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The Parish Clergy
The Parish Priest, the Rev Fr Stephen Day, and the parish deacons, the Revs Pat Jeary and Leo Poole, are ably assisted by a great number of parishioners who carry out a huge number of different ministries and roles.

This Week’s Newsletter
Mass times and intentions, news, information, dates, forthcoming events… Click on this link

Baptism of Infants & Children Under Five 
Usually on a Sunday at 12:15am after making arrangements with one of the clergy. Parents are required to attend a meeting of preparation before the baptism can take place. Please speak to one of the clergy after Sunday Mass who can then begin the process and give you the form to fill in.  One of the parents must themselves be a Catholic and the family should be living in the parish. The baptism of children over 5 and of adults requires a course of preparation for the person being baptised. Please see the parish priest after Mass.

To discuss your marriage and make all the necessary arrangements please contact the Parish Priest at least six months beforehand. One of the couple should be living in the parish or have a link with it. Catholic marriage is about three things: lifelong commitment, faithfulness and openness to the gift of children. It is never too soon to see the parish priest.  


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