Parish Priest Fr James Edward Caulfield

The Ministry of the Teacup

Welcome, Whether your an old stalwart; new to the area or have been away from the Catholic Church for some time please be assured that you will find a warm welcome. Introduce yourself,, or at least don't dash off after the Mass and let us get to know you. You may have skills or talents to offer and we will be happy to make use of them. The most important and often over looked skill is 'The Ministry of the Teacup'. Take the weight of your feet and sit and chat with folk and share a mug of tea, or coffee. Share the burdens and ideas if how ti cope with the vagaries of life in a warm and confidential environment. Loneliness is a common state for many but here in the parish you will always find a listening ear and friendly folk to give you a hand.

After the 10.15 am Sunday Mass you are most welcome to join us in the Rosmini Centre next to the Church for refreshments and a chance to meet and share in the Ministry of the Teacup.


For information about the Sacraments ie. Baptism, Confirmation, Marriage and preparation for First Holy Communion please click on the relevant name on the blue panel on the left or contact the Parish Secretary email her at:



There is a new Facebook Page please look up

Saint Borromeo Wisbech UK


Parish Border

The parish includes the following towns, villages and their hinterland.

  1. Church End
  2. Parsons Drove
  3. Elm
  4. Emneth
  5. Foul Anchor
  6. Four Gotes
  7. Friday Bridge
  8. Gorefield
  9. Guyhirn
  10. Leverington
  11. Murrow
  12. Newton-in-the-Isle
  13. Outwell
  14. Terrington St John
  15. Thorney Toll (not Thorney itself)
  16. Three Holes
  17. Tydd Gote
  18. Tydd St Giles
  19. Walpole Highway
  20. Walpole St Andrew
  21. Walpole St Peter
  22. Walsoken
  23. West Walton
  24. West Walton Highway
  25. Wisbech St Mary
  26. Upwell.

Coming Events

© 2020 Wisbech Catholic Parish

Roman Catholic Diocese of East Anglia (Registered Charity No 278742)

website by whippet-on-the-web