6th Sunday of Easter
This is my commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you.
9th May 2021
First Reading Acts 10: 25-26 34-35 44-48
Psalm Psalm 98: 1, 2-3, 3-4
Second Reading 1 John 4: 7-10
Gospel John 15: 9-17
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Lockdown and Mass
Latest Changes from Fr Charles with regard to the latest government guidelines:
Welsh Govt guidelines allow us to celebrate Mass as usual. This is due to the large size of our church and the good discipline of our volunteers and you, the parishioners. The situation will be regularly reviewed during this lockdown period and details will be available on this website.
Meanwhile all places of worship will also be open for weddings or funerals, where people can attend at the invitation of the organiser. The number who will be able to attend a ceremony indoors will be limited by the capacity of the venue where it is being held, once physical distancing measures have been taken into account.
To ensure that the maximum number that can attend is observed, attendance must be by invitation only. Numbers are constrained by the need to put physical distancing measures in place.
Post-funeral wakes or gatherings are not allowed. You can go to a cemetery to visit a family member’s grave but you should ensure that you follow physical distancing practices when doing so.
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All St Mary’s services are now available livestream on Youtube .
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As this livestream method is new for us, please feedback if you have any problems (we are aware of a sound problem with the earlier streams. This has now been fixed). Prayer before the blessed Sacrament occurs Wed, Friday and Saturday from 11am to 12 noon. This is also live streamed, even though it is a drop-in hour for silent prayer, .
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Any old Mobile phones lying around ?? “Spread the love” will take them. They can be recycled instead of dumping more poisonous waste in the earth .
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