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

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. Llay Community Service of Readings, Carols & Christmas Tree Lights Sunday 20 December the Community Christmas Tree was lit up in the community area. Follow this link to YouTube to view them with a Service of Readings, Carols.
Charities

Mary’s Meals

info@marysmeals.org or www.marysmeals.org.uk Donations given until 31 January 2021 will be doubled by the Government.

CAFOD Appeal

cafod.org.uk/give

MISSIO Appeal

Please Donate to MISSIO Appeal

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 all of you who use the Weekly Offering envelopes. Would it be possible for them to be popped through the Presbytery letter box if you are passing by that way Cannon would especially like to receive the ones which are for March and April. You can also donate to this parish or any other parish via the Donate link on the Diocese Home page. Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2021 18 - 25 January The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity in 2021 has been prepared by the Monastic Community of Grandchamp in Switzerland. The theme that was chosen, “Abide in my love and you shall bear much fruit”, is based on John 15:1- 17 and expresses Grandchamp Community’s vocation to prayer, reconciliation and unity in the Church and the human family. Today the community has fifty sisters, all women from different generations, Church traditions, countries and continents. In their diversity the sisters are a living parable of communion. They remain faithful to a life of prayer, life in community and the welcoming of guests. The sisters share the grace of their monastic life with visitors and volunteers who go to Grandchamp for a time of retreat, silence, healing or in search of meaning. For 2021, the sisters are inviting churches across the world to enter into their tradition of prayer and silence that is rooted in the ancient traditions of the Church catholic. To download poster/pamphlet please follow this link

Eucharistic Adoration & Private

Prayer

Commencing from Tuesday 17 November, 4 days each week at St Francis of Assisi Llay Catholic Church, we will be opening for Eucharistic Adoration and Private Prayer from 2pm - 4pm every Tuesday to Friday. 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”

Peace Sunday

In England and Wales we celebrate Peace Sunday on the third Sunday of January (17th). Resources for parishes, young people and schools are provided by Pax Christi – part of the international Catholic movement for Peace. The day provides us with an opportunity to build on the global World Day of Peace that is celebrated on New Year’s Day each year and is accompanied by a message from Pope Francis. Pax Christi’s National President is the Vice President of the Bishops’ Conference, Archbishop Malcolm McMahon of Liverpool. Promoting the theme, ‘A Culture of Care as a Path to Peace’, Archbishop McMahon wrote to parishes to encourage them to support the work of Pax Christi and to raise up the Gospel message of peace: “The Christian message of peace, through reconciliation, justice and nonviolence, can offer hope and direction in these times. I invite you to seriously consider facilitating a collection for, or making a donation to, the work of Pax Christi at this time as a way to make a practical contribution to continuing the work of peace.”

We Remember in our prayers

Those whose anniversaries occur this week May they rest in peace and rise in Glory
2nd Sunday of Ordinary Time Peace Sunday Sunday - 17 January 2021 9.30am 11.00am
Canon Lordan is away on Holiday until the end of January 2021. During his absence Bishop Peter will be celebrating Masses every Sunday. Bishop Peter will be live streaming these masses via Facebook. Private prayer with Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament will be available Tuesday - Friday 2pm - 4pm

Mass Times

St Francis of Assisi is open for SUNDAY MASS and TUE - FRI ADORATION ONLY
Our Holy Father’s Prayer Intention for January 2021 Human Fraternity May the Lord give us the grace to live in full fellowship with our brothers and sisters of other religions, praying for one another, open to all.
The Sunday Masses are open to the public. Places are limited and must be booked by telephone - 07470616573. Bookings taken Tuesday-Friday 10-4pm Latest Bulletin to Download - NO PARISH BULLETIN THIS WEEK
© Llay/Rossett Parish 2020
Llay/Rossett Parish Wrexham, North Wales

Mass Times

St Francis of Assisi is open for SUNDAY MASS and TUES - FRI ADORATION ONLY

The Sunday Masses are open to the public. Places are limited and must be booked by telephone - 07470616573. Bookings taken Tuesday-Friday 10-4pm Latest Bulletin to Download - NO PARISH BULLETIN THIS WEEK
Our Holy Father’s Prayer Intention for January 2021 Human Fraternity May the Lord give us the grace to live in full fellowship with our brothers and sisters of other religions, praying for one another, open to all.

Eucharistic Adoration & Private Prayer

Commencing from Tuesday 17 November, 4 days each week at St Francis of Assisi Llay Catholic Church, we will be opening for Eucharistic Adoration and Private Prayer from 2pm - 4pm every Tuesday to Friday. 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”

Peace Sunday

In England and Wales we celebrate Peace Sunday on the third Sunday of January (17th). Resources for parishes, young people and schools are provided by Pax Christi – part of the international Catholic movement for Peace. The day provides us with an opportunity to build on the global World Day of Peace that is celebrated on New Year’s Day each year and is accompanied by a message from Pope Francis. Pax Christi’s National President is the Vice President of the Bishops’ Conference, Archbishop Malcolm McMahon of Liverpool. Promoting the theme, ‘A Culture of Care as a Path to Peace’, Archbishop McMahon wrote to parishes to encourage them to support the work of Pax Christi and to raise up the Gospel message of peace: “The Christian message of peace, through reconciliation, justice and nonviolence, can offer hope and direction in these times. I invite you to seriously consider facilitating a collection for, or making a donation to, the work of Pax Christi at this time as a way to make a practical contribution to continuing the work of peace.”

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. Llay Community Service of Readings, Carols & Christmas Tree Lights Sunday 20 December the Community Christmas Tree was lit up in the community area. Follow this link to YouTube to view them with a Service of Readings, Carols.
Charities

Mary’s Meals

info@marysmeals.org or www.marysmeals.org.uk Donations given until 31 January 2021 will be doubled by the Government.

CAFOD Appeal

cafod.org.uk/give

MISSIO Appeal

Please Donate to MISSIO Appeal

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 all of you who use the Weekly Offering envelopes. Would it be possible for them to be popped through the Presbytery letter box if you are passing by that way Cannon would especially like to receive the ones which are for March and April. You can also donate to this parish or any other parish via the Donate link on the Diocese Home page. Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2021 18 - 25 January The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity in 2021 has been prepared by the Monastic Community of Grandchamp in Switzerland. The theme that was chosen, “Abide in my love and you shall bear much fruit”, is based on John 15:1-17 and expresses Grandchamp Community’s vocation to prayer, reconciliation and unity in the Church and the human family. Today the community has fifty sisters, all women from different generations, Church traditions, countries and continents. In their diversity the sisters are a living parable of communion. They remain faithful to a life of prayer, life in community and the welcoming of guests. The sisters share the grace of their monastic life with visitors and volunteers who go to Grandchamp for a time of retreat, silence, healing or in search of meaning. For 2021, the sisters are inviting churches across the world to enter into their tradition of prayer and silence that is rooted in the ancient traditions of the Church catholic. To download poster/pamphlet please follow this link
2nd Sunday of Ordinary Time Peace Sunday Sunday - 17 January 2021 9.30am 11.00am
Canon Lordan is away on Holiday until the end of January 2021. During his absence Bishop Peter will be celebrating Masses every Sunday. Bishop Peter will be live streaming these masses via Facebook. Private prayer with Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament will be available Tuesday - Friday 2pm - 4pm

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

St Francis of Assisi is open for SUNDAY MASS and TUE - FRI ADORATION ONLY
Our Holy Father’s Prayer Intention for January 2021 Human Fraternity May the Lord give us the grace to live in full fellowship with our brothers and sisters of other religions, praying for one another, open to all.

Eucharistic Adoration & Private Prayer

Commencing from Tuesday 17 November, 4 days each week at St Francis of Assisi Llay Catholic Church, we will be opening for Eucharistic Adoration and Private Prayer from 2pm - 4pm every Tuesday to Friday. 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”

Peace Sunday

In England and Wales we celebrate Peace Sunday on the third Sunday of January (17th). Resources for parishes, young people and schools are provided by Pax Christi – part of the international Catholic movement for Peace. The day provides us with an opportunity to build on the global World Day of Peace that is celebrated on New Year’s Day each year and is accompanied by a message from Pope Francis. Pax Christi’s National President is the Vice President of the Bishops’ Conference, Archbishop Malcolm McMahon of Liverpool. Promoting the theme, ‘A Culture of Care as a Path to Peace’, Archbishop McMahon wrote to parishes to encourage them to support the work of Pax Christi and to raise up the Gospel message of peace: “The Christian message of peace, through reconciliation, justice and nonviolence, can offer hope and direction in these times. I invite you to seriously consider facilitating a collection for, or making a donation to, the work of Pax Christi at this time as a way to make a practical contribution to continuing the work of peace.”
Charities

Mary’s Meals

info@marysmeals.org or www.marysmeals.org.uk Donations given until 31 January 2021 will be doubled by the Government.

CAFOD Appeal

cafod.org.uk/give

MISSIO Appeal

Please Donate to MISSIO Appeal

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 all of you who use the Weekly Offering envelopes. Would it be possible for them to be popped through the Presbytery letter box if you are passing by that way Cannon would especially like to receive the ones which are for March and April. You can also donate to this parish or any other parish via the Donate link on the Diocese Home page. Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2021 18 - 25 January The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity in 2021 has been prepared by the Monastic Community of Grandchamp in Switzerland. The theme that was chosen, “Abide in my love and you shall bear much fruit”, is based on John 15:1-17 and expresses Grandchamp Community’s vocation to prayer, reconciliation and unity in the Church and the human family. Today the community has fifty sisters, all women from different generations, Church traditions, countries and continents. In their diversity the sisters are a living parable of communion. They remain faithful to a life of prayer, life in community and the welcoming of guests. The sisters share the grace of their monastic life with visitors and volunteers who go to Grandchamp for a time of retreat, silence, healing or in search of meaning. For 2021, the sisters are inviting churches across the world to enter into their tradition of prayer and silence that is rooted in the ancient traditions of the Church catholic. To download poster/pamphlet please follow this link

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. Llay Community Service of Readings, Carols & Christmas Tree Lights Sunday 20 December the Community Christmas Tree was lit up in the community area. Follow this link to YouTube to view them with a Service of Readings, Carols.
2nd Sunday of Ordinary Time Peace Sunday Sunday - 17 January 2021 9.30am 11.00am
Canon Lordan is away on Holiday until the end of January 2021. During his absence Bishop Peter will be celebrating Masses every Sunday. Bishop Peter will be live streaming these masses via Facebook. Private prayer with Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament will be available Tuesday - Friday 2pm - 4pm

We Remember in our prayers

Those whose anniversaries occur this week May they rest in peace and rise in Glory
The Sunday Masses are open to the public. Places are limited and must be booked by telephone - 07470616573. Bookings taken Tuesday-Friday 10-4pm Latest Bulletin to Download - NO PARISH BULLETIN THIS WEEK