© Llay/Rossett Parish 2021
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.

Mass Times - Public Masses only on Saturday, 06.00pm and Sunday, 09.30am & 11.00am at St Francis of Assisi

Llay. Church open Tues - Fri 2pm-4pm for Private Prayer and Adoration

First Communion 2022

The First Communion Class for 2022 starts soon. Children must be Year 3 and above. Please contact Liz Davies on 07892406338 as soon as possible.

Bishops’ Conference – Synodal Process

The title of the 2023 Synod of Bishops is For a Synodal Church: Communion, Participation, Mission. For the first time, the Synod Office in Rome has produced a comprehensive process which encompasses the stated aim of the Holy Father that the Church in today’s world should have a vision of missionary communion orientated to evangelisation. The process begins in the Particular (or Local) Church and then moves to the level of the Bishops’ Conference. From there, discernment takes place in the Regional Area – for England and Wales, it would be steered by the European Council of Bishops’ Conferences (CCEE) – before moving to the Universal Church with the final Synod Gathering of Bishops in 2023, sub et cum Petro. Read More….. Frequently asked questions on the synodal process…

Pope Francis proclaims “Year of St Joseph”

In a new Apostolic Letter entitled Patris corde (“With a Father’s Heart”), Pope Francis describes Saint Joseph as a beloved father, a tender and loving father, an obedient father, an accepting father; a father who is creatively courageous, a working father, a father in the shadows. The Letter marks the 150th anniversary of Blessed Pope Pius IX’s declaration of St Joseph as Patron of the Universal Church. To celebrate the anniversary, Pope Francis has proclaimed a special “Year of St Joseph,” beginning on the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception 2020 and extending to the same feast in 2021. To read the full Letter please follow this link to the Bishop Conference website.

Nightingale House Meals Matter

Award winning Caffi Cwtch at Nightingale House are introducing a NEW frozen and fresh meal service for collection or to your door delivery service Monday to Saturday 10am - 4pm. For more information and pricing please view their website.

Divine Mercy Chaplet

The only chaplet we have that was dictated by Jesus Himself; he gave it to his secretary of Divine Mercy, St. Faustina. The Lord made it clear that the Chaplet was not just for her, but for the whole world. Prayed on ordinary rosary beads, we can pray this chaplet at any time and we can also make a novena of prayer for any intentions. We must not change or add any other wording. Follow this link to the “Divine Mercy Chaplet”

Eucharistic Adoration & Private Prayer

4 days each week Eucharistic Adoration & Private Prayer at St Francis of Assisi Llay Catholic Church, we will be opening for Private Prayer with Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament from 2pm - 4pm every Tuesday to Friday. All Welcome

Bishop’s Open Letter on Assisted Dying Bill

Bishop John Sherrington, Lead Bishop for Life Issues for the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales has written an open letter inviting Catholics to pray for the defeat of the Assisted Dying Bill to be debated in the House of Lords on the 22 October. It encourages them to write to peers at the House of Lords stating the reasons why they oppose this legislation and particularly explain from personal experience the reasons why this change in the law should be opposed. It urges discussion and communication about this important matter. Read More….
COVID Mass Restrictions Ease

Mass Restrictions change from

13 September 2021

Easing of restrictions - what does this mean? 1. No booking for mass 2. All pews used but encouraged to be 1mtr apart 3. Communion will take place as normal returning to seats 4. Entrance and exit as normal 5. No singing and Face masks to be worn 6. St Francis of Assisi open 9am - 5pm weekdays for private prayer Future changes (start date to be notified) 1. Weekday Masses

First Communion 2022

The First Communion Class for 2022 starts soon. Children must be Year 3 and above. Please contact Liz Davies on 07892406338 as soon as possible.

Bishops’ Conference – Synodal Process

The title of the 2023 Synod of Bishops is For a Synodal Church: Communion, Participation, Mission. For the first time, the Synod Office in Rome has produced a comprehensive process which encompasses the stated aim of the Holy Father that the Church in today’s world should have a vision of missionary communion orientated to evangelisation. The process begins in the Particular (or Local) Church and then moves to the level of the Bishops’ Conference. From there, discernment takes place in the Regional Area – for England and Wales, it would be steered by the European Council of Bishops’ Conferences (CCEE) – before moving to the Universal Church with the final Synod Gathering of Bishops in 2023, sub et cum Petro. Read More….. Frequently asked questions on the synodal process…

Pope Francis proclaims “Year of St Joseph”

In a new Apostolic Letter entitled Patris corde (“With a Father’s Heart”), Pope Francis describes Saint Joseph as a beloved father, a tender and loving father, an obedient father, an accepting father; a father who is creatively courageous, a working father, a father in the shadows. The Letter marks the 150th anniversary of Blessed Pope Pius IX’s declaration of St Joseph as Patron of the Universal Church. To celebrate the anniversary, Pope Francis has proclaimed a special “Year of St Joseph,” beginning on the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception 2020 and extending to the same feast in 2021. To read the full Letter please follow this link to the Bishop Conference website.
© Llay/Rossett Parish 2021
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.

Mass Times - Public Masses only on Saturday, 06.00pm and Sunday, 09.30am &

11.00am at St Francis of Assisi Llay. Church open Tues - Fri 2pm-4pm for Private

Prayer and Adoration

Nightingale House Meals Matter

Award winning Caffi Cwtch at Nightingale House are introducing a NEW frozen and fresh meal service for collection or to your door delivery service Monday to Saturday 10am - 4pm. For more information and pricing please view their website.

Divine Mercy Chaplet

The only chaplet we have that was dictated by Jesus Himself; he gave it to his secretary of Divine Mercy, St. Faustina. The Lord made it clear that the Chaplet was not just for her, but for the whole world. Prayed on ordinary rosary beads, we can pray this chaplet at any time and we can also make a novena of prayer for any intentions. We must not change or add any other wording. Follow this link to the “Divine Mercy Chaplet”

Eucharistic Adoration & Private Prayer

4 days each week Eucharistic Adoration & Private Prayer at St Francis of Assisi Llay Catholic Church, we will be opening for Private Prayer with Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament from 2pm - 4pm every Tuesday to Friday. All Welcome

Bishop’s Open Letter on Assisted Dying

Bill

Bishop John Sherrington, Lead Bishop for Life Issues for the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales has written an open letter inviting Catholics to pray for the defeat of the Assisted Dying Bill to be debated in the House of Lords on the 22 October. It encourages them to write to peers at the House of Lords stating the reasons why they oppose this legislation and particularly explain from personal experience the reasons why this change in the law should be opposed. It urges discussion and communication about this important matter. Read More….
COVID Mass Restrictions Ease

Mass Restrictions change from

13 September 2021

Easing of restrictions - what does this mean? 1. No booking for mass 2. All pews used but encouraged to be 1mtr apart 3. Communion will take place as normal returning to seats 4. Entrance and exit as normal 5. No singing and Face masks to be worn 6. St Francis of Assisi open 9am - 5pm weekdays for private prayer Future changes (start date to be notified) 1. Weekday Masses
© Llay/Rossett Parish 2021
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.

Mass Times - Public Masses only on

Saturday, 06.00pm and Sunday, 09.30am

& 11.00am at St Francis of Assisi Llay.

Church open Tues - Fri 2pm-4pm for

Private Prayer and Adoration

Nightingale House Meals Matter

Award winning Caffi Cwtch at Nightingale House are introducing a NEW frozen and fresh meal service for collection or to your door delivery service Monday to Saturday 10am - 4pm. For more information and pricing please view their website.

Divine Mercy Chaplet

The only chaplet we have that was dictated by Jesus Himself; he gave it to his secretary of Divine Mercy, St. Faustina. The Lord made it clear that the Chaplet was not just for her, but for the whole world. Prayed on ordinary rosary beads, we can pray this chaplet at any time and we can also make a novena of prayer for any intentions. We must not change or add any other wording. Follow this link to the “Divine Mercy Chaplet”

Eucharistic Adoration & Private Prayer

4 days each week Eucharistic Adoration & Private Prayer at St Francis of Assisi Llay Catholic Church, we will be opening for Private Prayer with Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament from 2pm - 4pm every Tuesday to Friday. All Welcome

Bishop’s Open Letter on Assisted Dying Bill

Bishop John Sherrington, Lead Bishop for Life Issues for the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales has written an open letter inviting Catholics to pray for the defeat of the Assisted Dying Bill to be debated in the House of Lords on the 22 October. It encourages them to write to peers at the House of Lords stating the reasons why they oppose this legislation and particularly explain from personal experience the reasons why this change in the law should be opposed. It urges discussion and communication about this important matter. Read More….
COVID Mass Restrictions Ease

Mass Restrictions change from

13 September 2021

Easing of restrictions - what does this mean? 1. No booking for mass 2. All pews used but encouraged to be 1mtr apart 3. Communion will take place as normal returning to seats 4. Entrance and exit as normal 5. No singing and Face masks to be worn 6. St Francis of Assisi open 9am - 5pm weekdays for private prayer Future changes (start date to be notified) 1. Weekday Masses

First Communion 2022

The First Communion Class for 2022 starts soon. Children must be Year 3 and above. Please contact Liz Davies on 07892406338 as soon as possible.

Bishops’ Conference – Synodal Process

The title of the 2023 Synod of Bishops is For a Synodal Church: Communion, Participation, Mission. For the first time, the Synod Office in Rome has produced a comprehensive process which encompasses the stated aim of the Holy Father that the Church in today’s world should have a vision of missionary communion orientated to evangelisation. The process begins in the Particular (or Local) Church and then moves to the level of the Bishops’ Conference. From there, discernment takes place in the Regional Area – for England and Wales, it would be steered by the European Council of Bishops’ Conferences (CCEE) – before moving to the Universal Church with the final Synod Gathering of Bishops in 2023, sub et cum Petro. Read More….. Frequently asked questions on the synodal process…

Pope Francis proclaims “Year of St Joseph”

In a new Apostolic Letter entitled Patris corde (“With a Father’s Heart”), Pope Francis describes Saint Joseph as a beloved father, a tender and loving father, an obedient father, an accepting father; a father who is creatively courageous, a working father, a father in the shadows. The Letter marks the 150th anniversary of Blessed Pope Pius IX’s declaration of St Joseph as Patron of the Universal Church. To celebrate the anniversary, Pope Francis has proclaimed a special “Year of St Joseph,” beginning on the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception 2020 and extending to the same feast in 2021. To read the full Letter please follow this link to the Bishop Conference website.