Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster

Cardinal Vincent Celebrates 50th Anniversary of Farm Street

On Tuesday 8 December parishioners at Farm Street were joined by Cardinal Vincent to celebrate their 50th anniversary year. The church officially became a parish of the Diocese of Westminster on 8 December 1965.

The Mass also celebrated reaching the end of the first year of their appeal in aid of Bakhita House, which helps to rehabilitate victims of Human Trafficking. 

You can read more about our appeal, which is in response to a direct request from Cardinal Vincent, here.

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