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21 Feb07:00 AM

                                  Friday 21st February EXPOSITION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT 9.45am to 12.30 pm in the Newman Chapel JUSTICE & PEACE GROUP meets at 7.30pm in the Dominic Young Room   Saturday 22nd February – The Chair of St. Peter […]

21 Feb07:00 AM

  A WORD FOR LENT SMALL FAITH-SHARING GOUPS Will be meeting again during Lent. If you would like to join a group, please contact the parish office. (Group Leaders – books now available from the parish office)   please click to view EALING ABBEY LENTEN DIARY  2020 and information about the LENTEN PROJECT – Aid […]

21 Feb07:00 AM

Dear Parishioner The virtue of longsuffering ranked high in the teachings of Jesus and the Apostles. It is the virtue that is also associated with Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jnr and generally referred to as “non-violence.” The early Christians extolled the virtue of longsuffering because it was the virtue that gave them the […]

About Ealing Abbey Parish
The Roman Catholic Parish of St Benedict, Ealing, is under the care of Ealing Abbey, a Benedictine Monastery of the English Benedictine Congregation. We are a large and vibrant Christian community. It is our mission to offer fitting praise to God in Christ and to spread his Good News in all that we say and do. We hope that everyone who comes to share in our parish life and worship feels welcome, valued and needed. We are very blessed to be able to use the beautiful Abbey Church as our parish church. The parish is served by monks designated by the Abbot of Ealing.

The monastery is alongside the Abbey Church and parishioners join in with the Conventual Masses and the Divine office. Our Benedictine identity is very important to us as a parish. Ealing Abbey is in the diocese of Westminster in the suburbs of West London about ten minutes walk from Ealing Broadway.

This is the official website for the Parish and here you can find a great deal of information regarding the rich variety of liturgy celebrated at the Abbey, forthcoming parish events, local parish organisations as well as general resources regarding Catholicism.

The Parish Office is part of the Parish Centre alongside the Abbey Church. The address is 2 Marchwood Crescent, W5 2DZ. The parish centre and the church can also be accessed from a slip-road for pedestrians and disabled drivers on Montpelier Avenue.

2- and therefore we should never grieve him by our evil actions. With his good gifts which are in us, we must obey him at all times that he may never become the.

  • From the Rule of
  • St Benedict