Amended Admission Policies for St. Mary's Catholic Federation, Carshalton 2022-2023


Please find the amended Admission Policies for St. Mary’s Catholic Federation, Carshalton 2022-2023 on our Website: see Document>Links

If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact the school:               


St. Mary’s Catholic Federation, Carshalton Website:


Tel: 020 8647 5711                                    Tel: 020 8647 4342

Sutton Deanery Pastoral Council

Deanery Pastoral Council

Prayer and Reflection for Lent 2021: Fratelli Tutti

23rd March at 8pm, Zoom


Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Sutton Deanery Pastoral Council is unable to run a ‘live’, gathered, event this year.  Instead, we are pleased to offer an opportunity to reflect on Pope Francis’ latest encyclical, Fratelli Tutti: On Fraternity and Social Friendship.

Pope Francis' third Encyclical Letter takes its inspiration from St Francis’ Admonitions 6 – Of the Imitation of the Lord.

“Let us all, brothers, consider the Good Shepherd who to save His sheep bore the suffering of the Cross.”


You are invited to read the summary of Fratelli Tutti and then join together virtually, to share some observations and have some discussion, by Zoom, on 23rd March at 8pm

Further details of Fratelli Tutti and a link to a summary can be found here:


The invitation to the Zoom meeting will be in parish newsletters and on this website nearer the time.  We look forward to seeing as many of you as possible.

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Praying with vanuatu

friday 5 march

via zoom at 2pm & 7:30pm


Let us encourage and invite you, our parishioners to have your houses blessed by your Parish Priest, Father Anthony.

Contact the church if you are interested.

Churches Together
in Britain and Ireland 


The Poet’s Gospel

A Lent study for these unorthodox and strange times.

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Live stream link now available

Watch mass live-click the image 

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Latest Guidelines on Face Coverings 

Face coverings will be mandatory in Places of Worship from Saturday 8th August 2020. All those who are attending churches must wear a face covering unless they are exempt from doing so. This is for the good of all who gather in the Church for Mass as it is an enclosed public space where there are people from differing households who they do not normally meet.4

Priests in the sanctuary providing they are sufficiently distant (2m or more) from the congregation do not need to wear a face covering except when distributing Holy Communion (please see below). Other ministers in the sanctuary should wear face coverings and remain socially distant from the celebrant.

The full text of the new Guidelines (Guidance for Acts of Worship 3/8/20) can be found in the Documents section (>Pastoral Letters), of this website.

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                  please note

Based on the new Guidelines , we will continue to take accurate record of those who attend Mass or any other service in the church. (This is in line with the ‘Test & Track’ initiative). Please complete the forms and bring these to church to gain entrance. Stewards will collect these forms from you before entry into the church. 



Volunteers for the roles of steward, catechist, and linen-care are needed; please contact the parish office.  We will continue with stewarding and managing of the guidelines for social distancing, hand sanitization, and full cleaning of used spaces after each Mass.

Please see Yumna if you would like to be a steward during this period of great need. 

For more information contact Yumna via email: