Our Lady of Walsingham raised to the rank of

Feast

The Vatican has granted permission for Our Lady of Walsingham to be celebrated as a new Feast in the dioceses of England, starting this year on 24 September. Cardinal Arthur Roche, Prefect of the Dicastery for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments, wrote to Cardinal Vincent Nichols, president of the Bishops’ Conference, in response to his request last year that the Obligatory Memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Walsingham be raised to the rank of Feast. Read More…. Walsingham Shrine newsletter can be found HERE…
Llay Parish Wrexham, North Wales

Welcome

Welcome to this Catholic Parish website of St Francis of Assisi Llay, 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 -

These are our normal mass times at St Francis of Assisi Llay but may vary so please view main mass times HERE

Mon - Wed - Llay 9.30am, Thur - Llay 7.00pm, Fri - Llay 9.30am, Sat - Llay 6.00pm, Sun - Llay 10.00am Eucharist Adoration from 3.00pm to 4.00pm every Wednesday and Sunday 3.00pm - 4.00pm - Llay church open for private prayer every day 9.00am to 5.00pm

Gospel Year of Mark

The Coming The beginning of the gospel of Jesus Christ, the son of God. . . . John appeared, baptising in the wilderness and proclaiming a baptism of repentance for the forgiveness of sin. And all the country of Judea and Jerusalem were going out to him and were being baptised by him in the river Jordan, confessing their sins. Now John wore a leather belt around his waist and ate locusts and wild honey. And he preached, saying, “After me comes one who is mightier than I, the strap of whose sandals I am not worthy to stoop down and untie. I have baptised you with water, but he will baptise you with the Holy Spirit. (Mark 1:1,4- 8 ESV-CE)

Diocese Year of Prayer 2024 and

Jubilee Year 2025 resources

In preparation for the 2025 Jubilee Year 'Pilgrims of Hope', 2024 has been designated a Year of Prayer by Pope Francis, starting this Advent. There is a particular focus on the Our Father, which presents us with a great opportunity to go back to the very basics of prayer. So this week, let us re-focus on the Our Father, and say the prayer slowly, making a special effort to attend to the words, and notice if a word, phrase, or line strikes you and remains in your heart. Download your weekly Lords Prayer leaflet HERE for the 5 week Lenten Course “We dare to Say” The theme for the Fifth session on The Lord’s Prayer is: 'For the Glory is Ours’. The doxology, used in our liturgy but not often in personal prayer, is a song of praise to, and a powerful recognition of, Almighty God. Download the booklet below for the reflection and meditation guide. Read More…. Over the coming weeks and months, we will provide suggestions and resources on how you might begin to do that. View Resources

Adoremus at Oscott

14 September 2024 St Mary’s College, Oscott, was the venue for the first Eucharistic Procession since the Reformation. In 2024, we hold our National Eucharistic Congress in this holy place. It will be an opportunity for us to pray and walk in procession once more as we show our devotion to Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament. Our shared witness will lead the Church in her preparations for the Jubilee Year that we will celebrate globally in 2025. Read More….

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

Wednesday afternoon each week Eucharistic Adoration & Private Prayer at St Francis of Assisi Llay Catholic Church, we will be open for Private Prayer with Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament from 3pm - 4pm. Sunday afternoon Eucharistic Adoration 3.00pm - 4.00pm - Starting with Divine Mercy at 3.00pm. All Welcome

The Year of Jubilee 2025

The Holy Father has decided that 2025 will be a year of Jubilee, something which happens every 25 years. The theme is “Pilgrims of Hope”, and it will be a year of hope for a world suffering the impacts of war, the ongoing effects of COVID-19 pandemic, and a climate crisis. Preparations for the 2025 Year of Jubilee will begin in Advent 2023, which will mark the start of a year of prayer. The Bishops’ Conference will be producing resources for the preparatory year of prayer, focusing on the Our Father, as well as resources about Jubilee in the Catholic Church. For use by parishes, priests, religious, laypeople, and more, these resources will help guide you as you ready yourself for this most vital year in the Church’s life. More info….

Bishop wants shrine to be beacon of hope and

healing for women

The Shrine of St Winefride in Holywell, North Wales, has been elevated to the status of a National Shrine for England and Wales. It’s one of the oldest places of pilgrimage in Britain and has an unbroken 1,400-year tradition of pilgrimage. The local Catholic bishop, Bishop Peter Brignall of Wrexham, is delighted the Bishops of England and Wales have given the shrine this recognition and wants the shrine to be a beacon of hope and healing for women who have suffered from violence and abuse in parallel with the experiences of the saint herself. Read More….
© Llay/Rossett Parish 2023
Days of Prayer

Sea Sunday

Sunday, 14 July 2024 Thank you for giving to Sea Sunday. Our parish raised £232.63. Your generous gifts will ensure that Stella Maris chaplains can continue to be a friend for seafarers and fishers in time of need. To find out more about how your support helps those who live and work at sea please visit www.stellamaris.org.uk More info…. Pope’s Message to Grandparents and the Elderly 2024 Sunday, 28 July 2024 Pope Francis' message for the World Day for Grandparents and the Elderly 2024, Reminds us that God never abandons his children, never. He chose the theme: “Do not cast me off in my old age” (cf.Ps 71:9). More info….

Our Lady of Walsingham raised to the rank of Feast

The Vatican has granted permission for Our Lady of Walsingham to be celebrated as a new Feast in the dioceses of England, starting this year on 24 September. Cardinal Arthur Roche, Prefect of the Dicastery for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments, wrote to Cardinal Vincent Nichols, president of the Bishops’ Conference, in response to his request last year that the Obligatory Memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mar y of Walsingham be raised to the rank of Feast. Read More…. Walsingham Shrine newsletter can be found HERE…

Gospel Year of Mark

The Coming The beginning of the gospel of Jesus Christ, the son of God. . . . John appeared, baptising in the wilderness and proclaiming a baptism of repentance for the forgiveness of sin. And all the country of Judea and Jerusalem were going out to him and were being baptised by him in the river Jordan, confessing their sins. Now John wore a leather belt around his waist and ate locusts and wild honey. And he preached, saying, “After me comes one who is mightier than I, the strap of whose sandals I am not worthy to stoop down and untie. I have baptised you with water, but he will baptise you with the Holy Spirit. (Mark 1:1,4-8 ESV-CE)

Diocese Year of Prayer 2024 and

Jubilee Year 2025 resources

In preparation for the 2025 Jubilee Year 'Pilgrims of Hope', 2024 has been designated a Year of Prayer by Pope Francis, starting this Advent. There is a particular focus on the Our Father, which presents us with a great opportunity to go back to the very basics of prayer. So this week, let us re- focus on the Our Father, and say the prayer slowly, making a special effort to attend to the words, and notice if a word, phrase, or line strikes you and remains in your heart. Download your weekly Lords Prayer leaflet HERE for the 5 week Lenten Course “We dare to Say” The theme for the Fifth session on The Lord’s Prayer is: 'For the Glory is Ours’. The doxology, used in our liturgy but not often in personal prayer, is a song of praise to, and a powerful recognition of, Almighty God. Download the booklet below for the reflection and meditation guide. Read More…. Over the coming weeks and months, we will provide suggestions and resources on how you might begin to do that. View Resources

Adoremus at Oscott

14 September 2024 St Mary’s College, Oscott, was the venue for the first Eucharistic Procession since the Reformation. In 2024, we hold our National Eucharistic Congress in this holy place. It will be an opportunity for us to pray and walk in procession once more as we show our devotion to Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament. Our shared witness will lead the Church in her preparations for the Jubilee Year that we will celebrate globally in 2025. Read More….
© Llay/Rossett Parish 2023
Llay Parish Wrexham, North Wales

Welcome

Welcome to this Catholic Parish website of St Francis of Assisi Llay, 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 -

These are our normal mass times at St Francis of Assisi Llay but may vary so please view main mass times HERE

Mon - Wed - Llay 9.30am, Thur - Llay 7.00pm, Fri - Llay 9.30am, Sat - Llay 6.00pm, Sun - Llay 10.00am Eucharist Adoration from 3.00pm to 4.00pm every Wednesday and Sunday 3.00pm - 4.00pm - Llay church open for private prayer every day 9.00am to 5.00pm

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

Wednesday afternoon each week Eucharistic Adoration & Private Prayer at St Francis of Assisi Llay Catholic Church, we will be open for Private Prayer with Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament from 3pm - 4pm. Sunday afternoon Eucharistic Adoration 3.00pm - 4.00pm - Starting with Divine Mercy at 3.00pm. All Welcome

The Year of Jubilee 2025

The Holy Father has decided that 2025 will be a year of Jubilee, something which happens every 25 years. The theme is “Pilgrims of Hope”, and it will be a year of hope for a world suffering the impacts of war, the ongoing effects of COVID-19 pandemic, and a climate crisis. Preparations for the 2025 Year of Jubilee will begin in Advent 2023, which will mark the start of a year of prayer. The Bishops’ Conference will be producing resources for the preparatory year of prayer, focusing on the Our Father, as well as resources about Jubilee in the Catholic Church. For use by parishes, priests, religious, laypeople, and more, these resources will help guide you as you ready yourself for this most vital year in the Church’s life. More info….

Bishop wants shrine to be beacon of hope and

healing for women

The Shrine of St Winefride in Holywell, North Wales, has been elevated to the status of a National Shrine for England and Wales. It’s one of the oldest places of pilgrimage in Britain and has an unbroken 1,400-year tradition of pilgrimage. The local Catholic bishop, Bishop Peter Brignall of Wrexham, is delighted the Bishops of England and Wales have given the shrine this recognition and wants the shrine to be a beacon of hope and healing for women who have suffered from violence and abuse in parallel with the experiences of the saint herself. Read More….
Days of Prayer

Sea Sunday

Sunday, 14 July 2024 Thank you for giving to Sea Sunday. Our parish raised £232.63. Your generous gifts will ensure that Stella Maris chaplains can continue to be a friend for seafarers and fishers in time of need. To find out more about how your support helps those who live and work at sea please visit www.stellamaris.org.uk More info…. Pope’s Message to Grandparents and the Elderly 2024 Sunday, 28 July 2024 Pope Francis' message for the World Day for Grandparents and the Elderly 2024, Reminds us that God never abandons his children, never. He chose the theme: “Do not cast me off in my old age” (cf.Ps 71:9). More info….
© Llay/Rossett Parish 2024
Llay Parish Wrexham, North Wales

Welcome

Welcome to this Catholic Parish website of St Francis of Assisi Llay, 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 -

These are our normal mass times at St Francis of Assisi Llay but

may vary so please view main mass times HERE

Mon - Wed - Llay 9.30am, Thur - Llay 7.00pm, Fri - Llay 9.30am, Sat - Llay 6.00pm, Sun - Llay 10.00am Eucharist Adoration from 3.00pm to 4.00pm every Wednesday and Sunday 3.00pm - 4.00pm - Llay church open for private prayer every day 9.00am to 5.00pm

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

Wednesday afternoon each week Eucharistic Adoration & Private Prayer at St Francis of Assisi Llay Catholic Church, we will be open for Private Prayer with Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament from 3pm - 4pm. Sunday afternoon Eucharistic Adoration 3.00pm - 4.00pm - Starting with Divine Mercy at 3.00pm. All Welcome

The Year of Jubilee 2025

The Holy Father has decided that 2025 will be a year of Jubilee, something which happens every 25 years. The theme is “Pilgrims of Hope”, and it will be a year of hope for a world suffering the impacts of war, the ongoing effects of COVID-19 pandemic, and a climate crisis. Preparations for the 2025 Year of Jubilee will begin in Advent 2023, which will mark the start of a year of prayer. The Bishops’ Conference will be producing resources for the preparatory year of prayer, focusing on the Our Father, as well as resources about Jubilee in the Catholic Church. For use by parishes, priests, religious, laypeople, and more, these resources will help guide you as you ready yourself for this most vital year in the Church’s life. More info….

Bishop wants shrine to be beacon of hope

and healing for women

The Shrine of St Winefride in Holywell, North Wales, has been elevated to the status of a National Shrine for England and Wales. It’s one of the oldest places of pilgrimage in Britain and has an unbroken 1,400-year tradition of pilgrimage. The local Catholic bishop, Bishop Peter Brignall of Wrexham, is delighted the Bishops of England and Wales have given the shrine this recognition and wants the shrine to be a beacon of hope and healing for women who have suffered from violence and abuse in parallel with the experiences of the saint herself. Read More….
Days of Prayer

Sea Sunday

Sunday, 14 July 2024 Thank you for giving to Sea Sunday. Our parish raised £232.63. Your generous gifts will ensure that Stella Maris chaplains can continue to be a friend for seafarers and fishers in time of need. To find out more about how your support helps those who live and work at sea please visit www.stellamaris.org.uk More info…. Pope’s Message to Grandparents and the Elderly 2024 Sunday, 28 July 2024 Pope Francis' message for the World Day for Grandparents and the Elderly 2024, Reminds us that God never abandons his children, never. He chose the theme: “Do not cast me off in my old age” (cf.Ps 71:9). More info….

Gospel Year of Mark

The Coming The beginning of the gospel of Jesus Christ, the son of God. . . . John appeared, baptising in the wilderness and proclaiming a baptism of repentance for the forgiveness of sin. And all the country of Judea and Jerusalem were going out to him and were being baptised by him in the river Jordan, confessing their sins. Now John wore a leather belt around his waist and ate locusts and wild honey. And he preached, saying, “After me comes one who is mightier than I, the strap of whose sandals I am not worthy to stoop down and untie. I have baptised you with water, but he will baptise you with the Holy Spirit. (Mark 1:1,4-8 ESV-CE)

Diocese Year of Prayer 2024 and

Jubilee Year 2025 resources

In preparation for the 2025 Jubilee Year 'Pilgrims of Hope', 2024 has been designated a Year of Prayer by Pope Francis, starting this Advent. There is a particular focus on the Our Father, which presents us with a great opportunity to go back to the very basics of prayer. So this week, let us re-focus on the Our Father, and say the prayer slowly, making a special effort to attend to the words, and notice if a word, phrase, or line strikes you and remains in your heart. Download your weekly Lords Prayer leaflet HERE for the 5 week Lenten Course “We dare to Say” The theme for the Fifth session on The Lord’s Prayer is: 'For the Glory is Ours’. The doxology, used in our liturgy but not often in personal prayer, is a song of praise to, and a powerful recognition of, Almighty God. Download the booklet below for the reflection and meditation guide. Read More…. Over the coming weeks and months, we will provide suggestions and resources on how you might begin to do that. View Resources

Adoremus at Oscott

14 September 2024 St Mary’s College, Oscott, was the venue for the first Eucharistic Procession since the Reformation. In 2024, we hold our National Eucharistic Congress in this holy place. It will be an opportunity for us to pray and walk in procession once more as we show our devotion to Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament. Our shared witness will lead the Church in her preparations for the Jubilee Year that we will celebrate globally in 2025. Read More….

Our Lady of Walsingham raised to the rank of Feast

The Vatican has granted permission for Our Lady of Walsingham to be celebrated as a new Feast in the dioceses of England, starting this year on 24 September. Cardinal Arthur Roche, Prefect of the Dicastery for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments, wrote to Cardinal Vincent Nichols, president of the Bishops’ Conference, in response to his request last year that the Obligatory Memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Walsingham be raised to the rank of Feast. Read More…. Walsingham Shrine newsletter can be found HERE…