|22nd Sunday of the Year|
|it is from within, from the human heart, that evil intentions come|
|2nd September 2018|
|First Reading||Deuteronomy 4: 1-2 6-8|
|Second Reading||James 1: 17-18 21-22 27|
|Gospel||Mark 7: 1-8 14-15 21-23|
Please note: The parish website will not be updated for the next 3 Sundays due to your webmaster being on holiday.
Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause. Normal service will be resuming on 29th September
RISE Theatre Presents:
The HAPPINESS Show
A Professional Christian Sketch Show for All the Family
Saturday 22nd September at 2.30 PM
Rhyl Town Hall
Book online (no booking fee) www.ticketsource.co.uk
or book by phone (£1.50 telephone fee + small booking charge applies) 0333 666 3366
Office day next week will be Friday, 24th August instead of Thursday..
Logo for new School
Please also check out the News section for information about the design of a Logo for the New School
Welcome to the Our Lady of the Assumption RC Church (St Mary’s Rhyl) website. As you will notice if you have been here before, the site has had a recent redesign. We hope you like the new layout and still find it both informative and user friendly!
A fundamental aspect of any website is that it is topical and current. In keeping the website up to date, we rely on all the parish group leaders and parishioners to send through relevant news and information. It is your responsibility to ensure the group pages are correct and up to date. To do this, please use the new CONTACT FORM.
We encourage any members of the parish, or visitors, to contact us using our new CONTACT FORM. This will send a message direct to the editor, who will then ensure it is seen by the relevant personnel. We appreciate any feedback, so if you have any comments about the website, or notice any inaccuracies, please let us know.
If you have any photographs of the church or any church events, or if your children have any drawings for the website, we would love to show them off on the gallery pages. All you need to do is scan the drawings, or attach the photos, in an e-mail to us. Don’t forget to add your name and age to the e-mail if you are sending in a drawing.
We are a very friendly Roman Catholic Church parish serving Rhyl and Kinmel Bay in the Deanery of St Asaph. We love visitors and you are also very welcome to join us for coffee, tea, cakes and biscuits following Sunday morning mass. Many people worship here regularly who are not members of the church.
A lively children’s liturgy takes place on Sunday mornings and there is a monthly children’s mass. Bibles, prayer books, gifts and devotional items are available at our shop at the back of church following Sunday mass.
Our Lady of the Assumption (St Mary’s) has an active community of parishioners forming various groups within the church, such as the Bethany Group, the Society of St Vincent de Paul, the Knights of St Columba and the Union of Catholic Mothers. Although it is administratively and financially completely separate and independent, our parish partners the West Rhyl community organisation 4thecommunity, which operates from St Mary’s church and parish centre. Many parishioners are either directors of volunteers in 4thecommunity, West Rhyl’s grass roots community project.
Well run children’s play schemes operate during the school holiday periods, usually on the lawns or inside in bad weather. Strict safety provisions are in place for all the above activities.
For further information on the groups please see the relevant page on this website or speak to Fr Charles or any group members. View our Parish People page for contact details.
|Sunday||2nd September||10.00 AM||Mass for the People
|Monday||3rd September||No Service|
|Tuesday||4th September||9.30 AM||Kieran Quinn RIP|
|12 NOON||Funeral Service for Susan Bernadette Evans|
|Wednesday||5th September||9.30 PM||Deceased members Fagan and Tierney families|
|Thursday||6th September||9.30 A.M.||Special Intention|
|Friday||7th September||9.30 A.M.||Maria Cerefice RIP|
|Saturday||8th September||10.30A.M.||Holy Hour with Morning Prayer of the Church
Sacrament of Reconciliation is available at this time.
|Sunday||9th September||10.00 AM||Mass for the People|
The very latest news items are listed here. For all news items, visit to 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.
will be held on Thursday, 20th September, at 3.00 pm. With afternoon tea to follow. Fathers Roger Dawson and Dermot O’Connor will be present with Father Charles. Should you require transport, please contact Sheila Johnson on 354311, who will arrange.read more
Last week’s retiring collection for victims of the Kerala, India Flood Disaster raised £387.47p. Thank you for your generosity so far and for those still wishing to contribute there is a further second collection this Sunday. Jesna and Varsha: we would like to...read more
Making an address to the Supreme Convention of the Knights of Columbus in June of 1972, Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen said something most relevant to our times: Who is going to save our Church? Not our bishops, not our priests and religious. It is up to you, the people....read more
Last week’s two meetings, attended by about 8—10 parishioners each, reflected a unanimous approval of the proposal to sell our parish house and build a new bungalow for the priest adjacent to the church and an extension meeting room in between. In discussion we looked...read more
The SVP is seeking to recruit a Young Vincentians Programme Manager, and a Mini Vinnies Officer as part of the expansion of our youth programme. Young Vincentians Programme Manager: £30k pa; full time permanent contract. Closing date: 15:00 on Thursday 23rd August...read more
(Feast Day this Tuesday 14th) was a Polish Franciscan friar. 76 years ago, he died as a martyr in Auschwitz. He was well known for his passionate devotion to Our Lady and his love for missionary work. During the war, his monastery was a hiding place for 2,000 Jews....read more