Our Lady of the Assumption News

Keep up to date with the latest news and events in the Parish. Group leaders: e-mail us to add your event here!

Diocesan Music Congress 2018 – Saturday 27th October

Catrin Finch Suite, Glyndŵr University, Wrexham Saturday 27th October 10:00am - 5:00pm With Diocese of Wrexham Internationally renowned tutors: ¨ Stephen Dean (Decani Music) ¨ Martin Foster (Director Liturgy Office England & Wales) ¨ Philip Duffy (Former D.o.M....

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Rhyl Catholic Church

We are a Roman Catholic Church parish serving Rhyl and Kinmel Bay in the Deanery of St Asaph. We love visitors joining us for our services. Visitors are also very welcome to join us for coffee, tea, cakes and biscuits, following the Sunday morning Mass. Many people...

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4thecommunity guitar school

The 4thecommunity guitar school are planning a series of Carol Singing sessions in local Care Homes. This enables young people learning guitar to practise live performance, which raises confidence and also deepens the motivation of pupils for the discipline...

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CAFOD: Indonesia Appeal

The Disasters Emergency Committee of which CAFOD is a member, has launched an appeal in response to the earthquake and tsunami in Indonesia. CAFOD will share in the money raised by DEC to help our response in Indonesia. Supporters can also donate directly to CAFOD....

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Annual Bereavement Service

The Annual Bereavement Service takes place on Sunday 18th November at 3.00 pm. Please feel free to invite any friends or neighbours who might like to remember their loved ones in this way.

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A Day on ’HEALTHY AGEING’ With Dr. Bede Smith

St Augustine’s Priory, House of Prayer, Cliff Rd, Old Colwyn.LL29 9RW A Day on ’HEALTHY AGEING’ With Dr. Bede Smith Doctor of Clinical Neuropsychology The day will be: “A reflective look at the dimensions of healthy ageing, including physical health, looking at...

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Confirmation Mass

On Wed 17th Oct at 7pm Bishop Peter will celebrate the Sacrament of confirmation with 20 of our young people plus one adult from St Teresa’s parish in Abergele). Parents of the young people are organising a variety of food for that evening. (Thanks) Please come and...

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October—Month of the Holy Rosary

The Rosary will be said before Mass, at 9.15 am throughout the month of October, and the UCM will have the Rosary on Thursday evening at 7.00 pm as follows: 4th October Ellen Aspinall’s house 11th October UCM meeting, Church house 18th October Jean Taggart’s house...

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From Lord Dubs:

Can you help me give hope to 10,000 child refugees? Today I’ve launched a petition to Theresa May to ask her to take in 10,000 child refugees in today’s crisis over 10 years. In 1939, as a six-year-old boy, my mother put me on the Kindertransport to escape Nazi...

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One World Week: 21st – 28th October 2018

This Creation Time period (September) allocated by Pope Francis is a chance to plan for One World Week, rapidly becoming a focal point for huge numbers of Agencies (incl CAFOD) around the world and a sign of hope. “We are the first generation to know that we’re...

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Confirmation Dates

Saturday 22nd Sept. One day retreat at Noddfa retreat house, Penmaenmawr, We leave from the parish house at 9.30am. Sunday 7th October Presentation of Candidates to the parish community at 10am Mass. Wednesday 17th October 7.00pm Confirmation Mass with Bishop...

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SVP COFFEE AFTERNOON

at Our Lady of the Assumption church, Rhyl 2pm - 4pm Saturday 22nd September Price £3. Tickets will be available after Mass today. There will be coffee, tea and biscuits. Raffle and a Name the Teddy

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September = CREATION TIME

Pope Francis has designated September as CREATION TIME, when we all as Church can fruitfully reflect on the gift of God’s creation. Lord, we love this creation—how can we protect it ? Some suggestions: 1 If everybody in the UK switched off their telly at night instead...

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Consultations on parish buildings.

We had two group discussions, involving a total of twenty- two parishioners, with some suggestions or ideas submitted individually. We also consulted leaders of various wider community groups meeting in church and presbytery, two meetings with about twenty people....

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