Feast of St's Peter and Paul
You are Peter, and on this rock I will build my church, and the gates of Hades will not prevail against it.

28th June 2020
First ReadingActs 12.1-11
PsalmPsalm 34`
Second Reading2 Tim 4: 6-8, 17-18
GospelMat 16: 13-19

 Due to Corona Virus (COVID-19) Masses and Church Services are discontinued until further notice as agreed by the Bishops of England and Wales but please see the News below for information about coming out of lockdown

Here is the latest news from Fr Charles about Church and our Community


Please visit the News Section for a report from Brittany Roberts and her experiences volunteering in Nepal

07503 905414

The Catholic church and this parish of St Mary’s
hasn’t closed (only the building) We maintain our communion through prayer and through many ways of connecting with each other while keeping people (especially the Care Staff, NHS and others) safe. 

Please check out this week’s Parish Bulletin for the latest news about church activities during the current lockdown .

Click here for a link to the Sunday bulletin


We have found some Live Streamed services including masses. This means that clicking on the link below at the right time will connect you to a website showing a live stream of a mass in progress. Please note that to follow a complete service will use a great deal of data (like streaming live TV) so should only be used on a wifi connection, not using a phone data connection.
Also please note we have no control over content from independent websites

The website churchservices.tv provides a list of services online, even a what’s on, showing where Mass is on at any given moment. The beautiful liturgy of the Irish Monks of Glenstal for example, also includes prayers you can
recite alongside the monks 

Bishop Peter ‘s masses, and also a Pentecost novena (9.00am on facebook, are live-streamed from the diocesan website and youtube…(and also his Good Shepherd Sunday message )https://www.rcdwxm.org.uk/

Former parish priest of Rhyl, Monsignor Malachy Keegan, celebrates live-streamed mass daily at his parish in Sandersted, near Croydon…

Please check in to Fr Peter Morgan’s Liverpool parish…
Visit St Joseph’s Colwyn Bay where Fr Frank Ryan OMI and outreach Sri Lankan priest, Fr Vimal OMI, celebrate Mass daily

Also…. www.facebook.com/stjosephsrcc
Monday – Friday: 11 am. Available at 12 noon on our Website
YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5bcYWIA0fCSdaM_BCC8vbA
(just search: saintjosephsrcc)
Adoration – Live Streamed on Facebook:Saturdays at 11am Rosary: 6pm – Live Streamed on Facebook:
And Sunday Mass live streamed at 11am

Prayer Resources for Home

Mass Timetable

Click here to join live streams (subject to timetable)

Finally for the moment, here is a message about facing up to the Virus pandemic from the Tamera Community.

Any news will be disseminated via this website so please bookmark it for future reference.


All bookings or enquiries for church centre or parish house, please see Martin Hargraves,

coordinator at e-mail 4tcbookings@gmail.com or tel 07881  491751 (details also on the Contacts page)

The very latest news items are listed here. They appear in date occurence order.  For all news items, visit our NEWS PAGE. To add an item to the News page, please send us a message containing all the relevant details. Please also contact us as soon as possible if any of the details are incorrect, or feel free to leave a comment below the item.

The Opening of Churches in Wales

The team has worked hard to prepare St Mary's for opening up. Bishop Peter, given the serious responsibilities we face on people gathering, will come and check that our preparations are on track. If they are, he will issue a certificate and then our church can be...

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Prison volunteers

Sharon Dean is the family support worker at HMP Berwyn where she supports prisoners and threir families, alongside the Prison Advice and Care Trust (Pact), a national charity that provides support to prisoners, people with convictions, and their families. They support...

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The Post Pandemic Church…

Paralysed or energised, recovered or re-imagined? A mini conference via Zoom is to be held on Saturday 18th July 2020 between 10:30am and 3:30pm. there will be two sessions, 10:30am to 12:00 noon and 2:00pm to 3:30pm Preparing for a new world order, how do we as...

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Black Out Tuesday

Since Black Out Sunday TCC leaders have met and have committed to learning more about racism.and how we can be more anti-racist in our actions. We will take time to compile and share helpful learning resources about racism, especially racism in Wales.If you have...

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TCC and Housing Issues

With TCC, several community groups, including ourselves, are currently exploring issues with housing - the key factor in local council wards of deprivation.We are gathering stories about poor housing conditions, lack of appropriate housing. You can help by sharing...

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14/06/2020: From Fr Charles

To those who are kindly asking, apart from feeling a little shaken, initially, I’ve felt OK since the incident over a week ago in the church grounds. I’ve always found that prayer, meditation and yoga bring great inner strength. But thank you to so many of you,...

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Opening of churches in Wales

This Thursday Welsh government will announce new steps in easing the lock-down. We hope, like England, this may include access to churches for prayer and meditation. If this happens and we open the church initially it will probably be for one hour at a time. Clear...

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Good News Mission Rhyl Foodshare Club

In 2011, Albert Gubay, founder of Quicksave supermarkets, revealed to the BBC that, as a young businessman, he had made a divine pact. "One Saturday, I didn't know where the next penny was coming from and I lay on my bed and I had this conversation with God," he said....

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Good News Mission Rhyl Foodshare Club

If you can support with prayer or money this marvellous work, please do. The smallest church in Rhyl has created a great cooperative venture. By coming together, over 100 people a week are supported with food for often hungry families and singles. (Who can bear the...

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