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"Give back some of God's gifts to God, so that you may safely enjoy the rest."
John Henry Cardinal Newman
We rely on the generosity of our congregation and supporters for the upkeep and good repair of our unique church including its architecture, decoration and music.

The fundraising initiatives detailed in this website refer only to the Oratory church and parish. The support and domestic costs of the Oratorian Community, and the maintenance of the Oratory Fathers' own residence (Oratory House) are funded quite separately. The Fathers do not take anything from the weekly collections for their own purposes, except on two days of the year: the Christmas offering and the Easter offering.

Please help us maintain the Brompton Oratory.

Weekly Gift Aid in Cash

Please complete a gift aid declaration form (you can download the form from the bottom of this page) and tick the box to receive numbered Offertory Envelopes. We ask please for £4 a week per head.

Monthly Gift Aid by Banker's Order

Please complete a gift aid declaration form, and request further details from the Provost on how to set up a Banker's Order  We ask please for £4 a week per head.

Gift Aid Donations and Campaign Specific Donations.

We welcome general donations for the Oratory church, which will be allocated at the discretion of the Provost and Trustees of the London Oratory Charity. We also very much welcome donations which you specify are to support a particular Fundraising Campaign.

Please complete a gift aid declaration form and send a cheque,  payable to the London Oratory Charity. (You can download the form from the bottom of this page)

Legacy

Please remember the London Oratory Charity in your will and ensure that this historic and unique church is maintained for the benefit and spiritual succour of future generations.

                                                      Damage to ceiling in Sacred Heart Chapel

Damage to niche in Sacred Heart Chapel

Damage to  side  aisle 
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Ignatius Harrison,
15 Jul 2011, 02:23
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Ignatius Harrison,
30 Jun 2011, 10:30