Parish of The English Martyrs

Welcome
One Family Parish
OUR PARISH PRIEST Fr Dominic Findlay-Wilson Ordained on Saturday 27th July 2014. Home Town Salisbury, Wiltshire Studied at Emmanuel School of Mission, Rome, Italy, Studied at St Johns Seminary and at University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, Went to The Oratory School. Celebrated his first Mass at The English Martyrs Chard Ash Wednesday 14th February 2018 at 7.00pm. CLIFTON DIOCESE. A Company Limited by Guarantee registered in England and Wales under number 10462076. A registered charity number 1170168. Registered Office: St Ambrose North Road Leigh Woods, Bristol BS8 3PW
The English Martyrs (Presbytery) 2 East Street, Chard, Somerset, TA20 1EP
The Presentation of the Lord 2nd February 2020 Saturday 1st February 5.30pm Mass at St Joseph’s, Ilminster Sunday 2nd February 9.00am Mass at St Peter’s, Crewkerne 11.00am Mass at The English Martyrs, Chard
The English Martyrs, St Joseph’s and St Peter’s
OUR MISSION We, the Roman Catholic Parish of The English Martyrs. Three Places of Worship, One Family Parish. Our aim to Worship God, Love each other, Serve the community and Pray for the Power of the Holy Spirit to transform lives In the name of Jesus Christ.
Parish Groups SVP (Society of St Vincent de Paul) The Catholic Ladies' Guild, Film Club, Men’s Group, Monthly Coffee Morning, Coffee after Sunday Morning Mass. 
St Thomas Aquinas Cologne Cathedral By kind permission, Fr. Lawrence Lew O.P. Lawrence OP's photo-stream - HERE
How to find us Click HERE for the locations of our three churches. All are welcome to come to any of our Masses, and be part of our community. we look forward to your presence among us.
UNIVERSALIS - Clifton Diocese Mass Readings for Today - HERE
THE GOOD NEWS Our Weekly Newsletter 2 page PDF document HERE
Fr Lawrence’s Window Left Click/Touch the image below to enlarge
St. John Bosco HD
John Bosco was born in the evening of 16 August 1815 in the hillside hamlet of Becchi, Italy. He was the youngest son of Francesco Bosco (1784–1817) and Margherita Occhiena. He had two older brothers, Antonio, and Giuseppe (1813–1862). The Boscos of Becchi were farmhands of the Moglian Family. John Bosco was born into a time of great shortage and famine in the Piedmontese countryside following the devastation wrought by the Napoleonic wars and drought in 1817. Wikipedia