St. Patrick’s Day in London Sacred Heart Church, Kilburn.
People from many parts of London gathered in Sacred Heart Church to celebrate the Feast of St. Patrick. Sacred Heart Church has often been described as a spiritual home for many Irish in London and there is a plaque to remember the forgotten Irish who lived in London. Today the parish is home to people from over 60 different countries and is enriched by the presence of so many different cultures.
The children from St. Mary’s Primary School in West Kilburn lead the music and reminded the congregation of the story of St. Patrick.
At the end of Mass there was a special blessing offered to those present who had been married in the Church on St. Patrick’s day down through the years. Fr. Paschal who recently celebrated his 85th birthday and had celebrated many of those weddings joined Fr. Michael in performing the blessing.
Remembering their special day.
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