|15th Sunday of the Year|
|So they went out and proclaimed that all should repent.|
|15th July 2018|
|First Reading||Amos 7: 12-15-|
|Second Reading||Ephesians 1: 3-14|
|Gospel||Mark 6: 7-13|
The Happiness Show
The Rise theatre Group bring this to Rhyl in September.
See the News section for full details of this exciting event.
Logo for new School
Please also check out the News section for information about the design of a Logo for the New School
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||15th July||10.00 AM||Mass for the People
|Monday||16th July||No Service|
|Tuesday||17th July||No Service|
|Wednesday||18th July||No Service|
|Thursday||19th July||No Service|
|Friday||20th July||No Service|
|Saturday||21st July||No Holy hour|
|Sunday||22nd July||10.00 AM||Mass for the People|
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Last Friday morning Bishop Peter, Denbighshire County Councillors and Chair, Governors Heads and staff of Ysgol Mair and Blessed Edward Jones, workers on site, met on the new Catholic 3—16 School site, to symbolically cut the first turf as the new building begins to...read more
Next week is Sea Sunday, when the Church prays for those who live and work at sea. There will be a second collection for the Apostleship of the Sea, the official maritime welfare agency of the Catholic Church. It provides practical and spiritual support to...read more
to everyone who supported the coffee morning for Missing Persons last week, we raised £233.00p (Well done, all of you - from Fr Charlesread more
Recommissioning of Ministers next Sunday, 1st July, during the 10.00 o’clock Mass.read more
Pope FRANCIS has launched SHARE THE JOURNEY a new global campaign to help people on the move across the world, refugees. We’re invited to help achieve a walk around the circumference of the world, 24,900 miles. This is to be an act of solidarity with people on the...read more
If anyone would like to take part in the offertory procession at Sunday Mass, you will be most welcome. Please give your name to Therese Johnson.read more