7th Sunday of Easter
Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit
24th May 2020
First Reading Psalm Second Reading Gospel
Due to Corona Virus (COVID-19) Masses and Church Services are discontinued until further notice as agreed by the Bishops of England and Wales
Pleaee visit the News Section for a report from Brittany Roberts and her experiences volunteering in Nepal
The recent beautiful pink moon was photographed by Fr Charles at 3am in the morning (dont ask!!)
This happens when the moon comes to the nearest point from Earth in its orbit. This creates a supermoon,” a full moon that appears slightly larger than average. The moon, yet another way God speaks to us.
IF YOU’VE ANY CONCERNS DURING THE VIRUS TIME PLEASE FEEL FREE TO RING FR CHARLES RAMSAY
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 Easter Duties and church activities during the current lockdown .
Below are some resources to help in continuing worship at home. Firstly an “alternative” Parish Bulletin with a message from Fr Charles.
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
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.
The Website version of the Stations of the cross available here during lent
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The requirements regarding attendance at a funeral have been relaxed. In Wales from April 7 onwards attendance at a funeral will not be restricted to defined close family. Instead, the person/authority responsible for the place where the funeral is held will indicate...
I’ve engaged some homeless people and others to restore our raised vegetable beds in the parish house backyard and also beside the church. All of these have now been planted with potatoes, carrots, broad beans, onions, broccoli and other vegetables. A few other...
The parish is supporting the Good News Mission in Marsh Rd which, with Hope Church in Colwyn Bay, has set up excellent resources, especially FoodShare, where lots of families contribute a small amount and can then access food donated by local supermarkets or others....
To contribute to the weekly offertory or donate, please go to our diocesan website; wrexhamdiocese.org.uk Just enter the amount you wish to give, and then enter the name of the parish you’re giving to. You can pay by paypal or enter your bank details confidentially....
Work on refurbishing the church with a new LED electrical lighting system begins this Monday and will take about 4 weeks. Between this and the Covid 19 virus we will need some adaptation from parish groups and thank you in advance for cooperating with this
(Sacrament of Reconciliation and prayer) Friday 20th March Colwyn Bay 3pm—5pm Saturday 21st March Denbigh 10am—12noon Pantasaph 9am—11am
For all parishioners The Bishops are advising that parishioners who are most vulnerable (elderly, people with weakened immune systems and long-term conditions like cancer, diabetes and heart disease) refrain from large parish gatherings and stay at home until the...
From Fr Charles: If you recall, I appointed a representative parish team over 15 months ago to do two things: 1 Plan a parish renewal process. 2 Establish a parish council. There was unanimous agreement that a parish team working with consensual decision- making might...
There is a Ministers of Eucharist meeting Tuesday evening at 7pm to 8pm in parish house. to discuss Covid 19 virus and other things.