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Welcome To St Thomas More Parish Coventry

Fr. Stephen Day and all the parishioners of St Thomas More welcome you to our parish website. Whether you are an existing member of the parish, a former member of the parish or a visitor we hope you find these pages of interest and that will give you an insight into the past, present and future life of St Thomas More Parish.

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Mass times

Sunday – 9:00am & 6:00pm.
Weekdays – Please see the newsletter
Holy Days of Obligation 9:00am & 7:00pm

Sacrament of Reconciliation – Confession

Saturday 9:30am to 10:30am
At Other Extra Times As Announced And By Appointment.

Baptism of Infants & Children

Usually a Sunday 12:15am after making arrangements with one of the clergy.
Parents are required to attend a meeting of preparation beforehand.
Please contact the parish priest.


To discuss your marriage and make all the necessary arrangements please contact the Parish Priest at least six months beforehand. It is never too soon to begin.

Daily Reflection

~ 30 June ~

Inspire and motivate us

Holy Redeemer, we place ourselves in your presence, confident in your love and mercy.

You walk with us by day and night as we strive to live your gospel of compassion. As we reach out to those most in need, we look to Blessed Gennaro Sarnelli as a model and help.

His desire was to bring people on the fringes of society and Church the comfort of your unending love. We pray that his zeal will inspire and motivate us to share your redemption with those who are marginalised.

May our choices be those of Blessed Sarnelli, who continually lived the gospel in spite of adversity and opposition. Help us see that as we become one with those who are outcast, we become one with you Amen.

Today is the feast of Blessed Gennaro Sarnelli

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