It was with great sadness that I read in the Observer of the attacks on graves at St John Evangelist Church here in Wembley, where many of the gravestones have stood for hundreds of years.
I feel as a Catholic, regardless of my faith, should the attacks be on Muslim cemeteries or Jewish cemeteries, the pain caused by this sort of desecration is still the same.
It hits very hards in the Christian community here in Wembley, and many folk I have met have been talking about it from all kinds of faiths.
I know only too well how intolerance breeds hate, having grown up in Derry, Northern Ireland.
Sadly, extremist people want to make people fear one another.
We must have respect for all religions.
The people who destroyed the graves, if their reason was hate, should look at the great atrocities by the Nazis and see where that kind of thing goes.
With people coming together and improving relations between communities, we must not let these mindless people spread fear.
I send my warm wishes to vicar, Francis Ado-Boachie, at St John Evangelist Church, Wembley, and say that many people send their love.
We are still very upset.
Swinderby Road Wembley