Pastoral care of the sick
If you or someone you know is in hospital and would like us to visit them, please contact the Rectory Office.
Communion at home
We are also able to bring Holy Communion to our sick parishioners at home. This is also arranged through the Rectory Office.
The Saint Vincent de Paul Society is well established in the parish and provides assistance to the poor and needy in the parish and beyond.
The Clergy are always happy to make a visit to families in their homes and these can be arranged via the Rectory Office. Homes can also be blessed on such occasions.
St Joseph's Alms Houses
These Alms Houses provide accomodation in Cadogan Street under a Trust providing for a small number of elderly Catholics. Enquiries should be addressed to the Clerk to the Trustees, Barbara Osborne on +44 (0) 207 589 5487.
The Royal Hospital, Royal Hospital Road
The parish clergy are chaplains to the Catholics among the Chelsea Pensioners. In September 2011, a new chapter began for the catholic community at the Royal Hospital. Although we loved our previous chapel, from October 2nd 2011, Mass on Sundays will be in the All Saints Chapel in the Margaret Thatcher Infirmary in the grounds of the Royal Hospital. Please note that the new time will be 9am to which visitors are warmly welcome.
In addition to the above specific areas, the Parish has a full program of Catachesis activities which run throughout the year. Full details can be found on individual pages on this site but an overview of the current year activities can be seen on our Current Events page where individual links to the program details can also be found