Our next community gathering will be at The Immaculate Conception Church, Farm St. on

26th April 2015

(Please see under News & Notes for future events)
Christ is Risen, Alleluia, alleluia!

LGBT Catholics Westminster Pastoral Council would like to wish all our friends and supporters a very happy and blessed Easter. 

The LGBT Catholic community has always been a pilgrim community, with various identities linked to its developing life, mission, and ministry. 

From the days of its sponsorship by the Roman Catholic Caucus at Centrepeace Convent in 1999, to St. Anne's Soho in 2003, and Our Lady of the Assumption & St. Gregory, Warwick Street, with its Soho Masses identity, it has journeyed onwards, echoing Pope Francis' words that 'the status quo is not an option'. 

Now based at Farm Street Jesuit Church, as LGBT Catholics Westminster, we celebrate our communion with each other, the local Church of Westminster, and the Church universal, giving witness in the 2014 Pride Parade that 


We look forward to journeying together, sharing our stories, as we continue along this path of ongoing growth and development. 

A letter from Cardinal Vincent Nichols as a group go on pilgrimage to Rome and join with pope Francis on Ash Wednesday.

Also an article in the Washington Post about the same Pilgrimage.

Welcome from the LGBT Catholics Westminster Pastoral Council. Our community is welcoming and open to all Catholics, with an active fellowship of many lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered Catholics, as well as their parents, families and friends.
If you have questions, please email us at info@sohomasses.com
We hope to see you soon!

Please also visit the Farm St Parish website for more information.

"Everyone has a place in the church, every person without exception should be able to feel at home and never rejected."

Benedict XVI