32nd Sunday of the Year
The stone that the builders rejected
has become the cornerstone
3rd November 2019
First Reading Maccabees 7: 1-2. 9-14
Second Reading Thessalonians 2:16
Gospel Luke 20: 17-38
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The Archdiocese of Liverpool and the Diocese of Salford offer a diploma in Pastoral Ministry and Leadership in partnership with Loyola University Chicago Institute of Pastoral Studiesand in association with Liverpool hope University. See our noticeboard for details of...
Through the parish team, helped by Rob Walsh who is engaged by us to help facilitate the renewal process, we met last week with a Denbighshire county councillor and a Rhyl town councillor with planning experience to talk about the parish building program. They were...
The next meeting is on Sun 27th Octobe rat 3.00 pm in the presbytery.
The Foryd Centre food bank is very low and hungry people are being turned away. If lots of us could remember, on Sundays, to bring in a small item or twofrom our shopping it would really help. Many thanks to all who already do this.
On Thursday the Knights of St Columba presented a chque for £1000 to Christ the Word School for a defibrillator. We would like to thank all who contributedthrough personal donation or through the KSC raffles after mass.
Today Pope Francis will declare Blessed John Henry Newman a saint of the Church. Cardinal Newman was a great scholar but also a great pastor. He brought his many and varied gifts to the service of the Church in this country – first to the Church of England, and then...
Please keep in your prayers all our retired Clergy especially Fr Tony Jones, Fr Frank Gormley OMI, Mgr James Fealey and Fr Paschal Dormer, also Fr Ian Dalgleish, Fr Edward Sopala and Paul Booth, and all those and their families who are ill at this time or recovering...
The annual mass count starts this week and will continue throughout the month.
For anyone currently wishing to have their child baptised, October preparation sessions are about to begin. Please contact Sheila Johnson on 354311 to arrange.