© Llay/Rossett Parish 2020
Llay - Rossett Parish Wrexham, North Wales

Please keep in your Prayers

Cn Eccleshare and Fr Dormer have both been admitted to hospital in Bolton and Dublin respectively. Please keep them in your prayers. North Wales health board appeals for volunteers to come forward Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB) is appealing for volunteers to come forward to help the NHS in the battle against the coronavirus outbreak. Officials are asking the public to take on either community or hospital-based roles during what it described as “an exceptionally challenging time”. The BCUHB Public Volunteer scheme will not replace local groups helping their vulnerable neighbours but is an additional service. Volunteers must be 18 or over, and fit and well with no symptoms of Covid-19. Click HERE for more information.

Nightingale House Meals Matter

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

EVENTS FOR YOUR DIARY

Mary’s Meals This wonderful charity provides millions of meals for hungry school children in some of the poorest regions of the world, allowing them and encouraging them to attend school and to truly benefit from the education offered. This parish has supported this charity for a number of years, and continues to encourage this support. For more information and/or to donate tel: 0800 6981212 or email: info@marysmeals.org or www.marysmeals.org.uk

PACT Volunteers needed for

supporting Prisoners

Over the past year, our volunteers have dedicated over 65,000 hours of their time to Pact, providing vital support to prisoners, people with convictions and their families. We have a variety of exciting volunteering opportunities available across England and Wales, including mentoring, befriending, supporting people in court, working in prison visitors' centres to support children and families visiting loved ones, on our national helpline and many more. If you feel you can make a difference and would like to volunteer please contact us or click here. CAFOD July Newsletter I hope this finds you well! How are you? It would be really lovely to hear how you’re doing as you ease out of lockdown. I’m working on filling a ‘Jar of Hope’ by putting some money in instead of buying chocolate…its my little attempt at fundraising for CAFOD’s Summer of Hope! I’d like to thank you for your continued support in sharing CAFOD’s messages at this challenging time. It is so vital that we continue talking about CAFOD’s work. I heard a statistic this week from a survey that throughout England and Wales, only 56% of mass going Catholics actually know who CAFOD are. Many people said that they didn’t know who we were, but if they did, they would be likely to donate. So please do keep up the good work of educating people of what CAFOD is about. There is a great video on CAFOD’s story that may be of interest for you to watch too. The picture above shows local farmers supplying food to hungry families in Brazil. All over the world our work to reach communities affected by coronavirus continues, with your help. Thank you for anything you’ve been able to do to spread the word about our appeal so far. Download the Full Newsletter PDF

RIP Valentina

We have learned of the death of Valentina Velikanova in Sumy parish. She died on the 6 May and was buried the next day, as is the custom. Her health had been failing for some time. As many of you will know Valentina had been bed ridden from a very early age and we have been supporting her medical care expenses. Please pray for her. Supporting our charities and the people they serve during the COVID-19 pandemic The Bishops of England and Wales are urgently calling for Catholics to continue supporting our charities and the people they serve during the COVID-19 pandemic. Support the charities’ appeals here. Bishop Terence Drainey, Chair of the Caritas Social Action Network (CSAN) is urging us to keep the poor, vulnerable and isolated members of our community at the forefront of our minds at this difficult time.The COVID-19 outbreak is putting our Catholic charities under great strain because of increased demand and increased costs together with adverse effects on volunteer support. There will also be a certain loss of income from parish collections. Click HERE to read more from the Bishops conference and don’t forget to include Parish donations. Consider starting a standing order. Please see Canon Lordan.

MISSIO Appeal

The following message is directly from Fr Anthony Chantry, Missio National Director Through prayer and witness, Pope Francis has been walking alongside the whole global community. He has also made a special Appeal for financial support for the Church around the world which is struggling to cope with the effects of COVID-19. He has asked Missio to administer this Appeal. I am writing to ask for their prayerful and financial support. I know that it is a difficult time for everyone, and I do not want to burden people. However, I am sure that many people will want to help where they can. Thank you for your continued support, especially in these difficult days. May the risen Lord continue to guide us with hope. Read FULL letter Please Donate to MISSIO Appeal

We Remember in our prayers

Those whose anniversaries occur this week May they rest in peace and rise in Glory
18th Sunday of Ordinary Time Saturday - 1 August St Alphonsus Mary Ligouri, Bishop & Doctor of the Church (memorial) Fr Michael O’Grady RIP Sunday - 2 August 18th Sunday of Ordinary Time For the Parishioners
Saturday - 8 August St Dominic, Priest (memorial) Fr Dan Sheridan RIP 19th Sunday of Ordinary Time Sunday - 9 August For the parishioners All Masses will be offered in private in the locked church.
Mon - Weekday in Ordinary Time Gerry Cummins RIP Tues - St John Mary Vianney, Priest (memorial) Fr John Dermody RIP Wed - Weekday in Ordinary Time James O’Neill RIP Thur - The Transfiguration of the Lord(Feast) Vince Priamo’s well being Fri - Weekday in Ordinary Time Derek & Charlotte Hannaby

Mass Times

THIS CHURCH IS CLOSED
Our Holy Father’s Prayer Intention for August The Maritime World- We pray for all those who work and live from the sea, among them sailors, fishermen and their families. The “Link”: Latest edition of this, our Free Diocesan Newsletter, is now in the porch. Do take a copy.
Latest Bulletin to Download - NO PARISH BULLETIN THIS WEEK
© Llay/Rossett Parish 2020
Llay/Rossett Parish Wrexham, North Wales

Mass Times

THIS CHURCH IS CLOSED
Latest Bulletin to Download - NO PARISH BULLETIN THIS WEEK
Our Holy Father’s Prayer Intention for August The Maritime World- We pray for all those who work and live from the sea, among them sailors, fishermen and their families. The “Link”: Latest edition of this, our Free Diocesan Newsletter, is now in the porch. Do take a copy.

RIP Valentina

We have learned of the death of Valentina Velikanova in Sumy parish. She died on the 6 May and was buried the next day, as is the custom. Her health had been failing for some time. As many of you will know Valentina had been bed ridden from a very early age and we have been supporting her medical care expenses. Please pray for her. Supporting our charities and the people they serve during the COVID-19 pandemic The Bishops of England and Wales are urgently calling for Catholics to continue supporting our charities and the people they serve during the COVID-19 pandemic. Support the charities’ appeals here. Bishop Terence Drainey, Chair of the Caritas Social Action Network (CSAN) is urging us to keep the poor, vulnerable and isolated members of our community at the forefront of our minds at this difficult time.The COVID-19 outbreak is putting our Catholic charities under great strain because of increased demand and increased costs together with adverse effects on volunteer support. There will also be a certain loss of income from parish collections. Click HERE to read more from the Bishops conference and don’t forget to include Parish donations. Consider starting a standing order. Please see Canon Lordan.

MISSIO Appeal

The following message is directly from Fr Anthony Chantry, Missio National Director Through prayer and witness, Pope Francis has been walking alongside the whole global community. He has also made a special Appeal for financial support for the Church around the world which is struggling to cope with the effects of COVID-19. He has asked Missio to administer this Appeal. I am writing to ask for their prayerful and financial support. I know that it is a difficult time for everyone, and I do not want to burden people. However, I am sure that many people will want to help where they can. Thank you for your continued support, especially in these difficult days. May the risen Lord continue to guide us with hope. Read FULL letter Please Donate to MISSIO Appeal

Please keep in your Prayers

Cn Eccleshare and Fr Dormer have both been admitted to hospital in Bolton and Dublin respectively. Please keep them in your prayers. North Wales health board appeals for volunteers to come forward Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB) is appealing for volunteers to come forward to help the NHS in the battle against the coronavirus outbreak. Officials are asking the public to take on either community or hospital-based roles during what it described as “an exceptionally challenging time”. The BCUHB Public Volunteer scheme will not replace local groups helping their vulnerable neighbours but is an additional service. Volunteers must be 18 or over, and fit and well with no symptoms of Covid-19. Click HERE for more information.

Nightingale House Meals Matter

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

EVENTS FOR YOUR DIARY

Mary’s Meals This wonderful charity provides millions of meals for hungry school children in some of the poorest regions of the world, allowing them and encouraging them to attend school and to truly benefit from the education offered. This parish has supported this charity for a number of years, and continues to encourage this support. For more information and/or to donate tel: 0800 6981212 or email: info@marysmeals.org or www.marysmeals.org.uk

PACT Volunteers needed for supporting

Prisoners

Over the past year, our volunteers have dedicated over 65,000 hours of their time to Pact, providing vital support to prisoners, people with convictions and their families. We have a variety of exciting volunteering opportunities available across England and Wales, including mentoring, befriending, supporting people in court, working in prison visitors' centres to support children and families visiting loved ones, on our national helpline and many more. If you feel you can make a difference and would like to volunteer please contact us or click here. CAFOD July Newsletter I hope this finds you well! How are you? It would be really lovely to hear how you’re doing as you ease out of lockdown. I’m working on filling a ‘Jar of Hope’ by putting some money in instead of buying chocolate…its my little attempt at fundraising for CAFOD’s Summer of Hope! I’d like to thank you for your continued support in sharing CAFOD’s messages at this challenging time. It is so vital that we continue talking about CAFOD’s work. I heard a statistic this week from a survey that throughout England and Wales, only 56% of mass going Catholics actually know who CAFOD are. Many people said that they didn’t know who we were, but if they did, they would be likely to donate. So please do keep up the good work of educating people of what CAFOD is about. There is a great video on CAFOD’s story that may be of interest for you to watch too. The picture above shows local farmers supplying food to hungry families in Brazil. All over the world our work to reach communities affected by coronavirus continues, with your help. Thank you for anything you’ve been able to do to spread the word about our appeal so far. Download the Full Newsletter PDF
18th Sunday of Ordinary Time Saturday - 1 August St Alphonsus Mary Ligouri, Bishop & Doctor of the Church (memorial) Fr Michael O’Grady RIP Sunday - 2 August 18th Sunday of Ordinary Time For the Parishioners
Mon - Weekday in Ordinary Time Gerry Cummins RIP Tues - St John Mary Vianney, Priest (memorial) Fr John Dermody RIP Wed - Weekday in Ordinary Time James O’Neill RIP Thur - The Transfiguration of the Lord(Feast) Vince Priamo’s well being Fri - Weekday in Ordinary Time Derek & Charlotte Hannaby
Saturday - 8 August St Dominic, Priest (memorial) Fr Dan Sheridan RIP 19th Sunday of Ordinary Time Sunday - 9 August For the parishioners All Masses will be offered in private in the locked church.

We Remember in our prayers

Those whose anniversaries occur this week May they rest in peace and rise in Glory
© Llay/Rossett Parish 2020
Llay/Rossett Parish Wrexham, North Wales

Mass Times

THE CHURCH IS CLOSED
Our Holy Father’s Prayer Intention for August The Maritime World- We pray for all those who work and live from the sea, among them sailors, fishermen and their families. The “Link”: Latest edition of this, our Free Diocesan Newsletter, is now in the porch. Do take a copy.

RIP Valentina

We have learned of the death of Valentina Velikanova in Sumy parish. She died on the 6 May and was buried the next day, as is the custom. Her health had been failing for some time. As many of you will know Valentina had been bed ridden from a very early age and we have been supporting her medical care expenses. Please pray for her. Supporting our charities and the people they serve during the COVID-19 pandemic The Bishops of England and Wales are urgently calling for Catholics to continue supporting our charities and the people they serve during the COVID-19 pandemic. Support the charities’ appeals here. Bishop Terence Drainey, Chair of the Caritas Social Action Network (CSAN) is urging us to keep the poor, vulnerable and isolated members of our community at the forefront of our minds at this difficult time.The COVID-19 outbreak is putting our Catholic charities under great strain because of increased demand and increased costs together with adverse effects on volunteer support. There will also be a certain loss of income from parish collections. Click HERE to read more from the Bishops conference and don’t forget to include Parish donations. Consider starting a standing order. Please see Canon Lordan.

MISSIO Appeal

The following message is directly from Fr Anthony Chantry, Missio National Director Through prayer and witness, Pope Francis has been walking alongside the whole global community. He has also made a special Appeal for financial support for the Church around the world which is struggling to cope with the effects of COVID- 19. He has asked Missio to administer this Appeal. I am writing to ask for their prayerful and financial support. I know that it is a difficult time for everyone, and I do not want to burden people. However, I am sure that many people will want to help where they can. Thank you for your continued support, especially in these difficult days. May the risen Lord continue to guide us with hope. Read FULL letter Please Donate to MISSIO Appeal

EVENTS FOR YOUR DIARY

Mary’s Meals This wonderful charity provides millions of meals for hungry school children in some of the poorest regions of the world, allowing them and encouraging them to attend school and to truly benefit from the education offered. This parish has supported this charity for a number of years, and continues to encourage this support. For more information and/or to donate tel: 0800 6981212 or email: info@marysmeals.org or www.marysmeals.org.uk

PACT Volunteers needed for supporting

Prisoners

Over the past year, our volunteers have dedicated over 65,000 hours of their time to Pact, providing vital support to prisoners, people with convictions and their families. We have a variety of exciting volunteering opportunities available across England and Wales, including mentoring, befriending, supporting people in court, working in prison visitors' centres to support children and families visiting loved ones, on our national helpline and many more. If you feel you can make a difference and would like to volunteer please contact us or click here. CAFOD July Newsletter I hope this finds you well! How are you? It would be really lovely to hear how you’re doing as you ease out of lockdown. I’m working on filling a ‘Jar of Hope’ by putting some money in instead of buying chocolate…its my little attempt at fundraising for CAFOD’s Summer of Hope! I’d like to thank you for your continued support in sharing CAFOD’s messages at this challenging time. It is so vital that we continue talking about CAFOD’s work. I heard a statistic this week from a survey that throughout England and Wales, only 56% of mass going Catholics actually know who CAFOD are. Many people said that they didn’t know who we were, but if they did, they would be likely to donate. So please do keep up the good work of educating people of what CAFOD is about. There is a great video on CAFOD’s story that may be of interest for you to watch too. The picture above shows local farmers supplying food to hungry families in Brazil. All over the world our work to reach communities affected by coronavirus continues, with your help. Thank you for anything you’ve been able to do to spread the word about our appeal so far. Download the Full Newsletter PDF

Please keep in your Prayers

Cn Eccleshare and Fr Dormer have both been admitted to hospital in Bolton and Dublin respectively. Please keep them in your prayers. North Wales health board appeals for volunteers to come forward Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB) is appealing for volunteers to come forward to help the NHS in the battle against the coronavirus outbreak. Officials are asking the public to take on either community or hospital-based roles during what it described as “an exceptionally challenging time”. The BCUHB Public Volunteer scheme will not replace local groups helping their vulnerable neighbours but is an additional service. Volunteers must be 18 or over, and fit and well with no symptoms of Covid-19. Click HERE for more information.

Nightingale House Meals Matter

Award winning Caffi Cwtch at Nightingale House are providing meals for collection or to your door delivery service Monday to Saturday 10am - 4pm. For more information and pricing please view their website.
18th Sunday of Ordinary Time Saturday - 1 August St Alphonsus Mary Ligouri, Bishop & Doctor of the Church (memorial) Fr Michael O’Grady RIP Sunday - 2 August 18th Sunday of Ordinary Time For the Parishioners
Mon - Weekday in Ordinary Time Gerry Cummins RIP Tues - St John Mary Vianney, Priest (memorial) Fr John Dermody RIP Wed - Weekday in Ordinary Time James O’Neill RIP Thur - The Transfiguration of the Lord(Feast) Vince Priamo’s well being Fri - Weekday in Ordinary Time Derek & Charlotte Hannaby
Saturday - 8 August St Dominic, Priest (memorial) Fr Dan Sheridan RIP 19th Sunday of Ordinary Time Sunday - 9 August For the parishioners All Masses will be offered in private in the locked church.

We Remember in our prayers

Those whose anniversaries occur this week May they rest in peace and rise in Glory
Latest Bulletin to Download - NO PARISH BULLETIN THIS WEEK