© Llay/Rossett Parish 2019
Llay - Rossett Parish Wrexham, North Wales

Welcome

Welcome to this Catholic Parish website of Llay (St Francis of Assisi) and Rossett (Christ the King), Wrexham, North Wales We welcome all new members to this Parish community and to this web site with open arms. There is a great family spirit in this parish and I am sure you will find all the support you will need in any matter of concern. Please give our Parish Priest, Canon Bernard Lordan, a call to book baptisms and weddings, and he will be available to you for any spiritual care you need at any time.

Silent hour of prayer every week before the

Blessed Sacrament

A silent hour of prayer every week before the Blessed Sacrament to pray for our bishops, priests. It also gives each of us the opportunity to have some time alone with Jesus and He with us. Continues this Wednesday, even though Canon is on his holidays, from 7pm to 8pm, at Llay.

News and Events

100 Club October 2019 Draw Winners….More info Sumy Visits….More info Wednesday Club next meeting date….More info Prego next meeting date….More info Sumy Soup Supper 2018….More info PPC/AGM Minutes available for 28 Jan 2019….More info Latest TCC newsletter….More info Canon Lordan’s 50th Anniversary….More info

Mass Times

These are our normal mass times but may vary so please view main mass times HERE or Download the latest bulletin Mon - Wed - Llay 9.30am, Thur - Llay 7.00pm, Fri - Rossett 9.30am, Sat - Llay 9.30am & 6.00pm, Sun - Rossett 9.00am & Llay 11.00am

“World Day of the Poor”

This Sunday (17th) - “World Day of the Poor” Pope Francis’s theme for this World Day of Prayer is: “The Hope of the Poor shall not perish for ever”. He invites us to cultivate a personal encounter with Christ, in order to meet Him in the Poor (see Matt.25). For further details please use this link: www.csan.org.uk

Rosary Distractions

It is even difficult to say a Hail Mary without your imagination troubling you a little, for it is never still…….. I seem to get a wandering mind while praying the rosary, I cant concentrate on the mysteries and sometimes start daydreaming or worrying about the days events……. Concentrating on the mysteries of the rosary can be difficult. Reading the mysteries while praying makes it much easier. Download this PDF for more Help

November – The Month of the Holy Souls

During this month we remember our dear dead – especially those who may be suffering the purification of Purgatory – with special attention and love. You can have your dead remembered during November in a special way at all Parish Masses by listing their names on one of the lists you can find in the porch (or your own paper) putting the list in an envelope (your own or one of those you will find in the porch) and hand it in (no money please) at the church or the presbytery. These envelopes – with their lists – will be placed on the Altar during all Masses in November and the names will be remembered there. But most importantly, try to attend as many of these Masses as possible and pray there yourself for our dear dead. Parish Priest Away Your Parish Priest will be away in Rome, with Bishop Edwin, from Monday to Friday of this week. Please keep them in your prayers. They will be praying for you, too!

2020 “Year of the Word”

Click HERE to view Bishop Peter’s Pastoral Letter of September 2019
© Llay/Rossett Parish 2018
Llay/Rossett Parish Wrexham, North Wales

Welcome

Welcome to this Catholic Parish website of Llay (St Francis of Assisi) and Rossett (Christ the King), Wrexham, North Wales We welcome all new members to this Parish community and to this web site with open arms. There is a great family spirit in this parish and I am sure you will find all the support you will need in any matter of concern. Please give our Parish Priest, Canon Bernard Lordan, a call to book baptisms and weddings, and he will be available to you for any spiritual care you need at any time.

Silent hour of prayer every week before

the Blessed Sacrament

A silent hour of prayer every week before the Blessed Sacrament to pray for our bishops, priests. It also gives each of us the opportunity to have some time alone with Jesus and He with us. Continues this Wednesday, even though Canon is on his holidays, from 7pm to 8pm, at Llay.

News and Events

100 Club October 2019 Draw Winners….More info Sumy Visits….More info Wednesday Club next meeting date….More info Prego next meeting date….More info Sumy Soup Supper 2018….More info PPC/AGM Minutes available for 28 Jan 2019….More info Latest TCC newsletter….More info Canon Lordan’s 50th Anniversary….More info

Mass Times

These are our normal mass times but may vary so please view main mass times HERE or Download the latest bulletin Mon - Wed - Llay 9.30am, Thur - Llay 7.00pm, Fri - Rossett 9.30am, Sat - Llay 9.30am & 6.00pm, Sun - Rossett 9.00am & Llay 11.00am

“World Day of the Poor”

This Sunday (17th) - “World Day of the Poor” Pope Francis’s theme for this World Day of Prayer is: “The Hope of the Poor shall not perish for ever”. He invites us to cultivate a personal encounter with Christ, in order to meet Him in the Poor (see Matt.25). For further details please use this link: www.csan.org.uk

Rosary Distractions

It is even difficult to say a Hail Mary without your imagination troubling you a little, for it is never still…….. I seem to get a wandering mind while praying the rosary, I cant concentrate on the mysteries and sometimes start daydreaming or worrying about the days events……. Concentrating on the mysteries of the rosary can be difficult. Reading the mysteries while praying makes it much easier. Download this PDF for more Help

November – The Month of the Holy Souls

During this month we remember our dear dead – especially those who may be suffering the purification of Purgatory – with special attention and love. You can have your dead remembered during November in a special way at all Parish Masses by listing their names on one of the lists you can find in the porch (or your own paper) putting the list in an envelope (your own or one of those you will find in the porch) and hand it in (no money please) at the church or the presbytery. These envelopes – with their lists – will be placed on the Altar during all Masses in November and the names will be remembered there. But most importantly, try to attend as many of these Masses as possible and pray there yourself for our dear dead. Parish Priest Away Your Parish Priest will be away in Rome, with Bishop Edwin, from Monday to Friday of this week. Please keep them in your prayers. They will be praying for you, too!

2020 “Year of the Word”

Click HERE to view Bishop Peter’s Pastoral Letter of September 2019
© Llay/Rossett Parish 2018
Llay/Rossett Parish Wrexham, North Wales

Welcome

Welcome to this Catholic Parish website of Llay (St Francis of Assisi) and Rossett (Christ the King), Wrexham, North Wales We welcome all new members to this Parish community and to this web site with open arms. There is a great family spirit in this parish and I am sure you will find all the support you will need in any matter of concern. Please give our Parish Priest, Canon Bernard Lordan, a call to book baptisms and weddings, and he will be available to you for any spiritual care you need at any time.

Silent hour of prayer every week

before the Blessed Sacrament

A silent hour of prayer every week before the Blessed Sacrament to pray for our bishops, priests. It also gives each of us the opportunity to have some time alone with Jesus and He with us. Continues this Wednesday, even though Canon is on his holidays, from 7pm to 8pm, at Llay.

News and Events

100 Club October 2019 Draw Winners….More info Sumy Visits….More info Wednesday Club next meeting date….More info Prego next meeting date….More info Sumy Soup Supper 2018….More info PPC/AGM Minutes available for 28 Jan 2019….More info Latest TCC newsletter….More info Canon Lordan’s 50th Anniversary….More info

Mass Times

These are our normal mass times but may vary so please view main mass times HERE or Download the latest bulletin Mon - Wed - Llay 9.30am, Thur - Llay 7.00pm, Fri - Rossett 9.30am, Sat - Llay 9.30am & 6.00pm, Sun - Rossett 9.00am & Llay 11.00am

“World Day of the Poor”

This Sunday (17th) - “World Day of the Poor” Pope Francis’s theme for this World Day of Prayer is: “The Hope of the Poor shall not perish for ever”. He invites us to cultivate a personal encounter with Christ, in order to meet Him in the Poor (see Matt.25). For further details please use this link: www.csan.org.uk

Rosary Distractions

It is even difficult to say a Hail Mary without your imagination troubling you a little, for it is never still…….. I seem to get a wandering mind while praying the rosary, I cant concentrate on the mysteries and sometimes start daydreaming or worrying about the days events……. Concentrating on the mysteries of the rosary can be difficult. Reading the mysteries while praying makes it much easier. Download this PDF for more Help

November – The Month of the Holy Souls

During this month we remember our dear dead – especially those who may be suffering the purification of Purgatory – with special attention and love. You can have your dead remembered during November in a special way at all Parish Masses by listing their names on one of the lists you can find in the porch (or your own paper) putting the list in an envelope (your own or one of those you will find in the porch) and hand it in (no money please) at the church or the presbytery. These envelopes – with their lists – will be placed on the Altar during all Masses in November and the names will be remembered there. But most importantly, try to attend as many of these Masses as possible and pray there yourself for our dear dead. Parish Priest Away Your Parish Priest will be away in Rome, with Bishop Edwin, from Monday to Friday of this week. Please keep them in your prayers. They will be praying for you, too!

2020 “Year of the Word”

Click HERE to view Bishop Peter’s Pastoral Letter of September 2019