© Llay/Rossett Parish 2019
Llay - Rossett Parish Wrexham, North Wales
PAC Our next Pastoral Advisory Council meeting will be on Monday 10th June 2019 at 7pm, Llay. Copies of the minutes of our recent Pastoral Advisory Council Meeting (of 28th January) are now available from the back or visit HERE to download. Please note.

Our New Directory and Year Book

2019

Available from the back at £3.50 – a fund of information on the parishes, Dioceses and organisations etc. of the Catholic Church in Wales. Can you help? There are currently 4 teams to clean our church in Llay. Could you form another team (2 persons) and help lighten the load? If so, please contact Geraldine at the parish office. Could it be you?

“Mass Offering” Envelopes

These little manila envelopes are meant for those who wish to have a Mass offered for their intentions. Please do not use them for your Sunday Offertory Collection. Thank you. Catholic Singles Catholic Singles is an organisation which helps single Catholics of all ages (over 18 years) meet other single Catholics, either one to one or through social events. For further information visit www.catholicsingles.org.uk or tel. 0161 941 3498 or email: info@catholicsingles.org.uk or write to Catholic Singles, 1 Burlescombe Close, Altrincham. WA14 4UX. See notice at the back.

“Dementia Friendly” Meeting

On Monday 11 March at 7pm at Our Lady of the Rosary, Buckley. Read about it in this (February) edition of The Link SVP Our St Vincent de Paul Conference meets this Tuesday (26th Feb) at 6pm in Llay. Would you like to join or learn more? Speak to one of the members or to Canon. .

EVENTS FOR YOUR DIARY

Lent

Lenten “Walk with Me” Booklets 2019 These have a page for each day from Ash Wednesday (6th March) to Easter Sunday. They are available now, from the porch – Free. Do take one and use it. (Donations welcome). Lenten Lunches At St Martin’s Church Hall, Market Square, Llay, every Friday in Lent from 8th March to 12th April, 12 noon to 1.30pm. £3.50 for soup, bread, cheese, and fruit. All proceeds shared between Dementia UK and Jamie’s Fund (which funds mental health projects in Uganda).See the notice at the back. Do come

Pilgrimages

Knock Shrine, Ireland, 13th May 2019.

£649.00 per person sharing. Price includes flight with 10kg hand luggage, all taxes, transfers, 4 nights’ in Knock House Hotel half-board. All entertainment, excursions/guided tours included. Groups and Individual bookings welcome. Contact Patricia on 01268 762 278 or 07740 175557 or email knockpilgrimages@gmail.com. See the poster.

Wrexham Diocesan 2019 Pilgrimage to

Lourdes 23rd to 28th May

Bishop Peter invites you to join him for the annual Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes. Flying from Liverpool Airport on Thursday 23rd May you will have five nights in Lourdes. Hotel and other information can be obtained from Hoe Walsh Tours, www.joewalshtours.co.uk or the Diocesan Director, Fr Adrian Morrin in Bangor: 01248 370421 or Email: bangorchatholicchurch@btinternet.com SPUC 2019 Youth Conference Join young people from around the country to learn how to “Be A Voice For the Voiceless” on Friday 15 March to Sunday 17 March at Kents Hill Park Training and Conference Centre, Milton Keynes MK7 6BZ. Programmes and Registration Forms available from the back.

HMP Berwyn

Mass is celebrated every Saturday at HMP Berwyn at 10.00am. It is good for the prisoners that local people should also attend. If you would like to attend – or to find out more information – please contact Anne Coleman on 07709914519 Parish Hall Cleaning We hope to engage a new cleaning service very soon. Until then we respectfully ask users to continue to clean up after use of the large or small hall.

“Flame Congress”

Saturday 2nd March at Wembley Arena. See the notice in the porch “Mass of the Ages” There are some copies of the Spring 2019 edition of this magazine of the Latin Mass Society available from the back - Free
Quietness (reverence) in church Be silent, be thoughtful, and be reverent, for this is the house of the Lord. Before Mass speak to God. During Mass let God speak to you. After Mass speak to one another, but quietly, without disturbing those who are at prayer – ideally in the porch.

The Meeting in Rome

Cardinal Nichols is in Rome for the meeting called by Pope Francis to address the protection of minors within the Catholic Church worldwide in the light of the abuse suffered by them within the communities of the Church. He asks our prayers for the positive outcome of this meeting and for all the survivors of such abuse who will find these days particularly difficult as so much public attention is given to this reality. See the website www.pbc.org London Marathon Siobhán McManus-Price (daughter of Michael and Sue McManus) and her husband Lea are running the London Marathon 2019 in April supporting Action for Hunger. We are hoping our parish family will help by donating £2.62 (or more if you can!) by 26.2.19 to represent the 26.2 miles of the marathon. Each donation of £2.62 will feed an undernourished child for one week. Please donate online at: https://londonmarathon19.everydayhero.com/uk/tea m-mcmanus-price Or simply give good old fashioned money to Sue! Many thanks in advance for any help you can give. (Reg.charity 1047501)

Important Message for the

Foodbank Wrexham

Wrexham Foodbank: works using a voucher referral system. Working alongside other agencies such as Citizens Advice, Children’s Centres and health visitors, persons needing support are helped with practical guidance to deal with the cause of their crisis. The voucher can be exchanged for a minimum of three days emergency food at the foodbank. The Trussell Trust has worked with nutritionists to ensure food parcels contain sufficient nutrition for at least three days worth of healthy, balanced meals for individuals and families. A typical food parcel contains: Breakfast cereals; soup; pasta; rice; pasta sauce; tinned beans; tinned meat; tinned vegetables; tinned fruit; tea or coffee; biscuits; snacks. Wrexham currently urgently needs Juice 200ml cartons; rice pudding; tin fruit; tin meat (ham/corned beef); UHT Milk 500ml/1 litre. At present they have plenty of pasta; pasta sauce; baked beans and soup. On 6 Nov 2018, the Foodbank issued its 6 month activity report and revealed that 2183, three day emergency food supplies, had been given to local people between 1 April and 30 September and of this 688 went to children. This figure is a 22% increase on the same period in the previous year (2017). The Foodbank expect to be helping many more in the winter months – October 2018 to March 2019. Please leave your donations at the rear of the church. “The Angelus” It is so very important for us all to remind ourselves frequently every day how emphatically God entered into human life out of love for us. The ancient prayer “The Angelus” is one very effective way we can do this. Copies of “The Angelus” have been distributed today and any spare copies will be left at the back. Let us all avail of this Advent to get into the habit of praying “The Angelus” two or three times every day.

Our Catholic Newspapers and

Magazines

Do bring some Catholic reading into your home. There are usually some copies of the “Universe” and “The Catholic Herald” for sale at the back – as well as various magazines (some of them free)

We Remember in our prayers

Those whose anniversaries occur this week 24th Herbert Hughes 27th Margaret Mulvaney, Jacqueline Jones 28th Stanislav Orlowski, William (Mike) Spengler, Michael Shaun Zammit-Willson 1st George Jackson, William Conroy, Elizabeth Basnett 2nd Ellen Kaczor 3rd Bill Reilly, Rosaline Dombrowski May they rest in peace and rise in Glory

7th Sunday of Ordinary Time

Saturday: 23 February 6.00pm (St Francis of Assisi) Gregory Hamstead RIP Sunday: 24 February 9.00am (Christ the King) for the parishioners 11.00am (St Francis of Assisi) Elizabeth & Herbert Anderton RIP
Saturday: 2 March 9.30am (St Francis of Assisi) Thomas Ward RIP Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Succour, Holy Mass, Exposition (time for Sacrament of Reconciliation /Confession – from 10.10am to 10.30am) & Benediction

8th Sunday of Ordinary Time

Saturday: 2 March 6.00pm (St Francis of Assisi) Sunday: 3 March 9.00am (Christ the King) 11.00am (St Francis of Assisi)
Mon - Weekday in Ordinary Time 9.00am (St Francis of Assisi) Stephen Cummins RIP Tue - Weekday in Ordinary Time 9.00am (St Francis of Assisi) Fr Paul Byrne O.M.I RIP Wed - Weekday in Ordinary Time 9.30am (St Francis of Assisi) Christy & Grace Tobin RIP 7.00pm - 8.00pm Silent Hour of Prayer Thur - Weekday in Ordinary Time 7.00pm (St Francis of Assisi) Christina & John German RIP Fri - St David, Bishop, Patron of Wales 9.30am (Christ the King) Declan McVerry RIP

Mass Times

Our Holy Father’s Prayer Intention for March Evangelization – Christian Communities That Christian communities, especially those who are persecuted, feel that they are close to Christ and have their rights respected. The “Link”: Latest edition of this, our Free Diocesan Newsletter, is now in the porch. Do take a copy.
Latest Bulletin to Download
© Llay/Rossett Parish 2018
Llay/Rossett Parish Wrexham, North Wales

Mass Times

Latest Bulletin to Download
Our Holy Father’s Prayer Intention for March Evangelization – Christian Communities That Christian communities, especially those who are persecuted, feel that they are close to Christ and have their rights respected. The “Link”: Latest edition of this, our Free Diocesan Newsletter, is now in the porch. Do take a copy.

We Remember in our prayers

Those whose anniversaries occur this week 24th Herbert Hughes 27th Margaret Mulvaney, Jacqueline Jones 28th Stanislav Orlowski, William (Mike) Spengler, Michael Shaun Zammit-Willson 1st George Jackson, William Conroy, Elizabeth Basnett 2nd Ellen Kaczor 3rd Bill Reilly, Rosaline Dombrowski May they rest in peace and rise in Glory
Quietness (reverence) in church Be silent, be thoughtful, and be reverent, for this is the house of the Lord. Before Mass speak to God. During Mass let God speak to you. After Mass speak to one another, but quietly, without disturbing those who are at prayer – ideally in the porch.

The Meeting in Rome

Cardinal Nichols is in Rome for the meeting called by Pope Francis to address the protection of minors within the Catholic Church worldwide in the light of the abuse suffered by them within the communities of the Church. He asks our prayers for the positive outcome of this meeting and for all the survivors of such abuse who will find these days particularly difficult as so much public attention is given to this reality. See the website www.pbc.org London Marathon Siobhán McManus-Price (daughter of Michael and Sue McManus) and her husband Lea are running the London Marathon 2019 in April supporting Action for Hunger. We are hoping our parish family will help by donating £2.62 (or more if you can!) by 26.2.19 to represent the 26.2 miles of the marathon. Each donation of £2.62 will feed an undernourished child for one week. Please donate online at: https://londonmarathon19.everydayhero.com/uk/team- mcmanus-price Or simply give good old fashioned money to Sue! Many thanks in advance for any help you can give. (Reg.charity 1047501)

Important Message for the

Foodbank Wrexham

Wrexham Foodbank: works using a voucher referral system. Working alongside other agencies such as Citizens Advice, Children’s Centres and health visitors, persons needing support are helped with practical guidance to deal with the cause of their crisis. The voucher can be exchanged for a minimum of three days emergency food at the foodbank. The Trussell Trust has worked with nutritionists to ensure food parcels contain sufficient nutrition for at least three days worth of healthy, balanced meals for individuals and families. A typical food parcel contains: Breakfast cereals; soup; pasta; rice; pasta sauce; tinned beans; tinned meat; tinned vegetables; tinned fruit; tea or coffee; biscuits; snacks. Wrexham currently urgently needs Juice 200ml cartons; rice pudding; tin fruit; tin meat (ham/corned beef); UHT Milk 500ml/1 litre. At present they have plenty of pasta; pasta sauce; baked beans and soup. On 6 Nov 2018, the Foodbank issued its 6 month activity report and revealed that 2183, three day emergency food supplies, had been given to local people between 1 April and 30 September and of this 688 went to children. This figure is a 22% increase on the same period in the previous year (2017). The Foodbank expect to be helping many more in the winter months – October 2018 to March 2019. Please leave your donations at the rear of the church. “The Angelus” It is so very important for us all to remind ourselves frequently every day how emphatically God entered into human life out of love for us. The ancient prayer “The Angelus” is one very effective way we can do this. Copies of “The Angelus” have been distributed today and any spare copies will be left at the back. Let us all avail of this Advent to get into the habit of praying “The Angelus” two or three times every day.

Our Catholic Newspapers and Magazines

Do bring some Catholic reading into your home. There are usually some copies of the “Universe” and “The Catholic Herald” for sale at the back – as well as various magazines (some of them free)
PAC Our next Pastoral Advisory Council meeting will be on Monday 10th June 2019 at 7pm, Llay. Copies of the minutes of our recent Pastoral Advisory Council Meeting (of 28th January) are now available from the back or visit HERE to download. Please note.

Our New Directory and Year Book 2019

Available from the back at £3.50 – a fund of information on the parishes, Dioceses and organisations etc. of the Catholic Church in Wales. Can you help? There are currently 4 teams to clean our church in Llay. Could you form another team (2 persons) and help lighten the load? If so, please contact Geraldine at the parish office. Could it be you?

“Mass Offering” Envelopes

These little manila envelopes are meant for those who wish to have a Mass offered for their intentions. Please do not use them for your Sunday Offertory Collection. Thank you. Catholic Singles Catholic Singles is an organisation which helps single Catholics of all ages (over 18 years) meet other single Catholics, either one to one or through social events. For further information visit www.catholicsingles.org.uk or tel. 0161 941 3498 or email: info@catholicsingles.org.uk or write to Catholic Singles, 1 Burlescombe Close, Altrincham. WA14 4UX. See notice at the back.

“Dementia Friendly” Meeting

On Monday 11 March at 7pm at Our Lady of the Rosary, Buckley. Read about it in this (February) edition of The Link SVP Our St Vincent de Paul Conference meets this Tuesday (26th Feb) at 6pm in Llay. Would you like to join or learn more? Speak to one of the members or to Canon. .

EVENTS FOR YOUR DIARY

Lent

Lenten “Walk with Me” Booklets 2019 These have a page for each day from Ash Wednesday (6th March) to Easter Sunday. They are available now, from the porch – Free. Do take one and use it. (Donations welcome). Lenten Lunches At St Martin’s Church Hall, Market Square, Llay, every Friday in Lent from 8th March to 12th April, 12 noon to 1.30pm. £3.50 for soup, bread, cheese, and fruit. All proceeds shared between Dementia UK and Jamie’s Fund (which funds mental health projects in Uganda).See the notice at the back. Do come

Pilgrimages

Knock Shrine, Ireland, 13th May 2019.

£649.00 per person sharing. Price includes flight with 10kg hand luggage, all taxes, transfers, 4 nights’ in Knock House Hotel half-board. All entertainment, excursions/guided tours included. Groups and Individual bookings welcome. Contact Patricia on 01268 762 278 or 07740 175557 or email knockpilgrimages@gmail.com. See the poster.

Wrexham Diocesan 2019 Pilgrimage to

Lourdes 23rd to 28th May

Bishop Peter invites you to join him for the annual Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes. Flying from Liverpool Airport on Thursday 23rd May you will have five nights in Lourdes. Hotel and other information can be obtained from Hoe Walsh Tours, www.joewalshtours.co.uk or the Diocesan Director, Fr Adrian Morrin in Bangor: 01248 370421 or Email: bangorchatholicchurch@btinternet.com SPUC 2019 Youth Conference Join young people from around the country to learn how to “Be A Voice For the Voiceless” on Friday 15 March to Sunday 17 March at Kents Hill Park Training and Conference Centre, Milton Keynes MK7 6BZ. Programmes and Registration Forms available from the back.

HMP Berwyn

Mass is celebrated every Saturday at HMP Berwyn at 10.00am. It is good for the prisoners that local people should also attend. If you would like to attend – or to find out more information – please contact Anne Coleman on 07709914519 Parish Hall Cleaning We hope to engage a new cleaning service very soon. Until then we respectfully ask users to continue to clean up after use of the large or small hall.

“Flame Congress”

Saturday 2nd March at Wembley Arena. See the notice in the porch “Mass of the Ages” There are some copies of the Spring 2019 edition of this magazine of the Latin Mass Society available from the back - Free

7th Sunday of Ordinary Time

Saturday: 23 February 6.00pm (St Francis of Assisi) Gregory Hamstead RIP Sunday: 24 February 9.00am (Christ the King) for the parishioners 11.00am (St Francis of Assisi) Elizabeth & Herbert Anderton RIP
Mon - Weekday in Ordinary Time 9.00am (St Francis of Assisi) Stephen Cummins RIP Tue - Weekday in Ordinary Time 9.00am (St Francis of Assisi) Fr Paul Byrne O.M.I RIP Wed - Weekday in Ordinary Time 9.30am (St Francis of Assisi) Christy & Grace Tobin RIP 7.00pm - 8.00pm Silent Hour of Prayer Thur - Weekday in Ordinary Time 7.00pm (St Francis of Assisi) Christina & John German RIP Fri - St David, Bishop, Patron of Wales 9.30am (Christ the King) Declan McVerry RIP
Saturday: 2 March 9.30am (St Francis of Assisi) Thomas Ward RIP Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Succour, Holy Mass, Exposition (time for Sacrament of Reconciliation /Confession – from 10.10am to 10.30am) & Benediction

8th Sunday of Ordinary Time

Saturday: 2 March 6.00pm (St Francis of Assisi) Sunday: 3 March 9.00am (Christ the King) 11.00am (St Francis of Assisi)
© Llay/Rossett Parish 2018
Llay/Rossett Parish Wrexham, North Wales

Mass Times

Latest Bulletin to Download
Our Holy Father’s Prayer Intention for March Evangelization – Christian Communities That Christian communities, especially those who are persecuted, feel that they are close to Christ and have their rights respected. The “Link”: Latest edition of this, our Free Diocesan Newsletter, is now in the porch. Do take a copy.

We Remember in our prayers

Those whose anniversaries occur this week 24th Herbert Hughes 27th Margaret Mulvaney, Jacqueline Jones 28th Stanislav Orlowski, William (Mike) Spengler, Michael Shaun Zammit-Willson 1st George Jackson, William Conroy, Elizabeth Basnett 2nd Ellen Kaczor 3rd Bill Reilly, Rosaline Dombrowski May they rest in peace and rise in Glory
Quietness (reverence) in church Be silent, be thoughtful, and be reverent, for this is the house of the Lord. Before Mass speak to God. During Mass let God speak to you. After Mass speak to one another, but quietly, without disturbing those who are at prayer – ideally in the porch.

The Meeting in Rome

Cardinal Nichols is in Rome for the meeting called by Pope Francis to address the protection of minors within the Catholic Church worldwide in the light of the abuse suffered by them within the communities of the Church. He asks our prayers for the positive outcome of this meeting and for all the survivors of such abuse who will find these days particularly difficult as so much public attention is given to this reality. See the website www.pbc.org London Marathon Siobhán McManus-Price (daughter of Michael and Sue McManus) and her husband Lea are running the London Marathon 2019 in April supporting Action for Hunger. We are hoping our parish family will help by donating £2.62 (or more if you can!) by 26.2.19 to represent the 26.2 miles of the marathon. Each donation of £2.62 will feed an undernourished child for one week. Please donate online at: https://londonmarathon19.everydayhero.com/uk/team- mcmanus-price Or simply give good old fashioned money to Sue! Many thanks in advance for any help you can give. (Reg.charity 1047501)

Important Message for the

Foodbank Wrexham

Wrexham Foodbank: works using a voucher referral system. Working alongside other agencies such as Citizens Advice, Children’s Centres and health visitors, persons needing support are helped with practical guidance to deal with the cause of their crisis. The voucher can be exchanged for a minimum of three days emergency food at the foodbank. The Trussell Trust has worked with nutritionists to ensure food parcels contain sufficient nutrition for at least three days worth of healthy, balanced meals for individuals and families. A typical food parcel contains: Breakfast cereals; soup; pasta; rice; pasta sauce; tinned beans; tinned meat; tinned vegetables; tinned fruit; tea or coffee; biscuits; snacks. Wrexham currently urgently needs Juice 200ml cartons; rice pudding; tin fruit; tin meat (ham/corned beef); UHT Milk 500ml/1 litre. At present they have plenty of pasta; pasta sauce; baked beans and soup. On 6 Nov 2018, the Foodbank issued its 6 month activity report and revealed that 2183, three day emergency food supplies, had been given to local people between 1 April and 30 September and of this 688 went to children. This figure is a 22% increase on the same period in the previous year (2017). The Foodbank expect to be helping many more in the winter months – October 2018 to March 2019. Please leave your donations at the rear of the church. “The Angelus” It is so very important for us all to remind ourselves frequently every day how emphatically God entered into human life out of love for us. The ancient prayer “The Angelus” is one very effective way we can do this. Copies of “The Angelus” have been distributed today and any spare copies will be left at the back. Let us all avail of this Advent to get into the habit of praying “The Angelus” two or three times every day.

Our Catholic Newspapers and Magazines

Do bring some Catholic reading into your home. There are usually some copies of the “Universe” and “The Catholic Herald” for sale at the back – as well as various magazines (some of them free)

EVENTS FOR YOUR DIARY

Lent

Lenten “Walk with Me” Booklets 2019 These have a page for each day from Ash Wednesday (6th March) to Easter Sunday. They are available now, from the porch – Free. Do take one and use it. (Donations welcome). Lenten Lunches At St Martin’s Church Hall, Market Square, Llay, every Friday in Lent from 8th March to 12th April, 12 noon to 1.30pm. £3.50 for soup, bread, cheese, and fruit. All proceeds shared between Dementia UK and Jamie’s Fund (which funds mental health projects in Uganda).See the notice at the back. Do come

Pilgrimages

Knock Shrine, Ireland, 13th May 2019.

£649.00 per person sharing. Price includes flight with 10kg hand luggage, all taxes, transfers, 4 nights’ in Knock House Hotel half-board. All entertainment, excursions/guided tours included. Groups and Individual bookings welcome. Contact Patricia on 01268 762 278 or 07740 175557 or email knockpilgrimages@gmail.com. See the poster.

Wrexham Diocesan 2019 Pilgrimage to

Lourdes 23rd to 28th May

Bishop Peter invites you to join him for the annual Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes. Flying from Liverpool Airport on Thursday 23rd May you will have five nights in Lourdes. Hotel and other information can be obtained from Hoe Walsh Tours, www.joewalshtours.co.uk or the Diocesan Director, Fr Adrian Morrin in Bangor: 01248 370421 or Email: bangorchatholicchurch@btinternet.com SPUC 2019 Youth Conference Join young people from around the country to learn how to “Be A Voice For the Voiceless” on Friday 15 March to Sunday 17 March at Kents Hill Park Training and Conference Centre, Milton Keynes MK7 6BZ. Programmes and Registration Forms available from the back.

HMP Berwyn

Mass is celebrated every Saturday at HMP Berwyn at 10.00am. It is good for the prisoners that local people should also attend. If you would like to attend – or to find out more information – please contact Anne Coleman on 07709914519 Parish Hall Cleaning We hope to engage a new cleaning service very soon. Until then we respectfully ask users to continue to clean up after use of the large or small hall.

“Flame Congress”

Saturday 2nd March at Wembley Arena. See the notice in the porch “Mass of the Ages” There are some copies of the Spring 2019 edition of this magazine of the Latin Mass Society available from the back - Free
PAC Our next Pastoral Advisory Council meeting will be on Monday 10th June 2019 at 7pm, Llay. Copies of the minutes of our recent Pastoral Advisory Council Meeting (of 28th January) are now available from the back or visit HERE to download. Please note.

Our New Directory and Year Book 2019

Available from the back at £3.50 – a fund of information on the parishes, Dioceses and organisations etc. of the Catholic Church in Wales. Can you help? There are currently 4 teams to clean our church in Llay. Could you form another team (2 persons) and help lighten the load? If so, please contact Geraldine at the parish office. Could it be you?

“Mass Offering” Envelopes

These little manila envelopes are meant for those who wish to have a Mass offered for their intentions. Please do not use them for your Sunday Offertory Collection. Thank you. Catholic Singles Catholic Singles is an organisation which helps single Catholics of all ages (over 18 years) meet other single Catholics, either one to one or through social events. For further information visit www.catholicsingles.org.uk or tel. 0161 941 3498 or email: info@catholicsingles.org.uk or write to Catholic Singles, 1 Burlescombe Close, Altrincham. WA14 4UX. See notice at the back.

“Dementia Friendly” Meeting

On Monday 11 March at 7pm at Our Lady of the Rosary, Buckley. Read about it in this (February) edition of The Link SVP Our St Vincent de Paul Conference meets this Tuesday (26th Feb) at 6pm in Llay. Would you like to join or learn more? Speak to one of the members or to Canon. .

7th Sunday of Ordinary Time

Saturday: 23 February 6.00pm (St Francis of Assisi) Gregory Hamstead RIP Sunday: 24 February 9.00am (Christ the King) for the parishioners 11.00am (St Francis of Assisi) Elizabeth & Herbert Anderton RIP
Mon - Weekday in Ordinary Time 9.00am (St Francis of Assisi) Stephen Cummins RIP Tue - Weekday in Ordinary Time 9.00am (St Francis of Assisi) Fr Paul Byrne O.M.I RIP Wed - Weekday in Ordinary Time 9.30am (St Francis of Assisi) Christy & Grace Tobin RIP 7.00pm - 8.00pm Silent Hour of Prayer Thur - Weekday in Ordinary Time 7.00pm (St Francis of Assisi) Christina & John German RIP Fri - St David, Bishop, Patron of Wales 9.30am (Christ the King) Declan McVerry RIP
Saturday: 2 March 9.30am (St Francis of Assisi) Thomas Ward RIP Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Succour, Holy Mass, Exposition (time for Sacrament of Reconciliation /Confession – from 10.10am to 10.30am) & Benediction

8th Sunday of Ordinary Time

Saturday: 2 March 6.00pm (St Francis of Assisi) Sunday: 3 March 9.00am (Christ the King) 11.00am (St Francis of Assisi)