© Llay/Rossett Parish 2018
Llay - Rossett Parish Wrexham, North Wales

Supporting Our Poor Clare Sisters in

Hawarden

2018 - July and the Sisters will soon be leaving our diocese.  At this moment in time the exact date is unknown, we will let you know as soon as we have details. Until then we will continue to support them in whatever way we can.  This month we will collect canned desserts  fruit, fish, evaporated milk etc.  or boxed cereals, bottled sauces etc. all will be gratefully received. As always please leave your donations in the box at the back of the church. Our New Directory and Year Book 2018 Available from the porch at £2.50 – a fund of information on the parishes, Dioceses and organisations etc. of the Catholic Church in Wales.

CLICK TO PRAY

An app has been launched to allow people to pray with the Pope. See www.clicktopray.org for more information. The next meeting of our Pastoral Advisory Council Next PAC is Monday 3rd September, 7.30pm in Llay.  This will be our AGM, make a note of it and do come.

When away on holidays

Do plan ahead to discover where the Catholic Church is and what the Mass times are.  Usually this involves just a phone call or two.  Not only does this support our own spiritual health, it also gives a very good example to our children and is a great encouragement to the people of the parish we visit.  It demonstrates that we have the right priorities “Stories & Songs” Next Sunday (15th) at Christ Church (Church in Wales), Rossett – at 6pm.  All welcome.  See the notice at the back.

EVENTS FOR YOUR DIARY

World Meeting of Families – 21st to

26th August 2018

In Dublin.  Do pray for its success “Adoremus” – The National Eucharistic Pilgrimage and Congress Being held in Liverpool, 7th to 9th September 2018: Do remember the dates and pray fervently for its success. This will be a unique opportunity for the Church to gather and reflect on the centrality of the Eucharist and particularly to explore the place of Eucharistic Adoration. Details can be found at www.Catholisnews.org.uk/adoremus2018

“Adoremus Youth Congress” –

Saturday 8th September, 11.30am to

5.30pm, Liverpool Echo Arena,

Auditorium – Cost £10

Parishes and schools are invited to send young people to the Adoremus Youth Congress which has been developed to complement the main event. The keynote speaker at the Youth Congress is Katie Prejean, from Louisiana. In the afternoon there will be youth streams for those 13-15, 16-17, and 18-20 years of age. The aim of the day is to help young people to live the Eucharist through witness, proclamation, care for the broken in society and love for the planet. The day features CJM, Rise Theatre, Cardinal Nichols, CAFOD, Animate, Salesians, Joel’s Bar-One Hope Project. There will be an opportunity to highlight the Synod on young people which will be happening in October of this year. Resources to help prepare for the event are available on the Adoremus Youth website. Young people whatever their church background will have a positive experience on the day. To book places go to adoremusyouth.co.uk or ask the parish office for a booking form.  The programme can also be obtained from the parish office.  See the notice at the back.  The £10 will be refunded by the parish – see Canon or Geraldine. Modern Slavery Forum – North Wales On October 12th, 2018, from 2pm at Porth Eirias, Promenade, Colwyn Bay, LL29 8HH. For more information read the letter at the back from the Haven of Light Partnership, or tel. 0792 977 7347 or contact info@havenoflight.uk

What Inspires Your Legacy?

Will you celebrate your faith with a gift in your Will to your favourite Catholic cause? Your Catholic Legacy is asking you to continue your support of the charities you care about – causes you trust to use your money wisely – through a gift at the end of your life, as well as during it. With a gift in your Will you can live out your faith and help charities and churches continue the work that means the most to you. “I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples” attributed to Mother Teresa. More information from: Your Catholic Legacy, 55 Westminster Bridge Road, London SE17JB – or call Hannah on 020 7095 5370
Quietness in Church Be silent, be thoughtful, 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.

If you are going to the World

Meeting of Families in Dublin

You are invited to a family picnic and information afternoon at the Friary at Pantasaph on Sunday 22nd July at 2-4pm please note the time change.  There will be an opportunity to meet with others who are going to see Pope Francis and take in the World Meeting of Families. There will be information about the event and a brief talk about the last World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia.   There will be some activities for children and we will pray the Rosary at the end of the afternoon. Please bring your own refreshments.  St Pio’s Café is usually open up to 4pm for drinks and snacks. If you want more information about this gathering, or are going to Dublin but are unable to come along on 22nd we would love to hear from you.  Contact Margaret Hinton on 07842596878 or Email: margaretmfl@hotmail.co.uk  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 find out more information – please contact Anne Coleman on 07922697525.

Our Foodbank in Wrexham

Items we are in need of – UHT Milk (500ml/1L), Tinned fruit, Tinned ham/ corned beef, Tinned rice pudding, Coffee, Roll-on deodorant, Shower gel, Sanitary towels. Please note – we have enough beans, soup, cereal, biscuits, tea and fish for now. Please leave your donations in the box at the rear of the church. Thank you.

 

“The Catholic Times” This newspaper has been relaunched into tabloid format. There are a few extra copies available from the back - @ £1.30. There are also some Catholic Times subscription cards and prepaid envelopes in the porch at Llay in case any parishioner would like to place an order for home delivery every week of the Catholic Times.

Catholic Newspapers and Magazines

Do bring some Catholic reading into your home.  There are a variety of both to choose from and some are free.  See the selection at the back and try one. National Grandparents Pilgrimage to the Shrine of Our Lady in Walsingham Sunday 22nd July, 2018 – 11am – 5pm. See the notice at the back for details

Why not sign a “Gift Aid” Form?

If you are a tax payer do, please, sign a “gift-aid” form.  This takes only a few moments to do, it costs you nothing, but greatly enhances the value of what you give by allowing the parish to claim back the tax on your donation.  Just see the priest if interested.  And another reminder please do use your offertory envelopes for your giving!!

We Remember in our prayers

Those whose anniversaries occur this week 16th Teresa Melacrinis 18th Helena Tuersley, Ivy Chadderton 21st Ellen Thelwell, Margaret McIIvaney May they rest in peace and rise in Glory “Mission Today”: The summer edition of this free magazine from “MISSIO” is now available from the back.  Do take and read.
Mass Times

Saturday: 14 July

No Morning Mass

15th Sunday of

Ordinary Time

Saturday: 14 July 6.00pm (St Francis of Assisi) Fr. Kevin Scallon RIP Sunday: 15 July 9.00am (Christ the King) for the parishioners 11.00am (St Francis of Assisi) John Thompson’s good health
Saturday: 21 July 9.30am (St Francis of Assisi) Fr. Chris Greaney’s well being Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Succour, Holy Mass, Exposition (time for Sacrament of Reconciliation/Confession – from 10.10am) & Benediction

16th Sunday of

Ordinary Time

Saturday: 21 July 6.00pm (St Francis of Assisi) Sunday: 22 July 9.00am (Christ the King) 11.00am (St Francis of Assisi)
Mon - Weekday in Ordinary Time 9.30am (St Francis of Assisi) Margaret Thompson RIP Tues - Weekday in Ordinary Time 9.30am (St Francis of Assisi) Christine Owen’s well being Wed - Weekday in Ordinary Time 9.30am (St Francis of Assisi) Anne Rogers RIP 8.00 - 9.00pm Silent hour of prayer Thur - St John Jones, Priest, Martyr 9.30am (St Francis of Assisi) Rebecca Guinevan RIP & Francis Doran RIP Fri  - Weekday in Ordinary Time 9.30am (Christ the King) Eric McEvoy
Our Holy Father’s Prayer Intention for July: Priests and their pastoral ministry – That priests, who experience fatigue and loneliness in their pastoral work, may find help and comfort in their intimacy with the Lord and in their friendship with their brother priests. 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

Saturday: 14 July

No Morning Mass

15th Sunday of Ordinary

Time

Saturday: 14 July 6.00pm (St Francis of Assisi) Fr. Kevin Scallon RIP Sunday: 15 July 9.00am (Christ the King) for the parishioners 11.00am (St Francis of Assisi) John Thompson’s good health
Saturday: 21 July 9.30am (St Francis of Assisi) Fr. Chris Greaney’s well being Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Succour, Holy Mass, Exposition (time for Sacrament of Reconciliation/Confession – from 10.10am) & Benediction

16th Sunday of Ordinary

Time

Saturday: 21 July 6.00pm (St Francis of Assisi) Sunday: 22 July 9.00am (Christ the King) 11.00am (St Francis of Assisi)
Mon - Weekday in Ordinary Time 9.30am (St Francis of Assisi) Margaret Thompson RIP Tues - Weekday in Ordinary Time 9.30am (St Francis of Assisi) Christine Owen’s well being Wed - Weekday in Ordinary Time 9.30am (St Francis of Assisi) Anne Rogers RIP 8.00 - 9.00pm Silent hour of prayer Thur - St John Jones, Priest, Martyr 9.30am (St Francis of Assisi) Rebecca Guinevan RIP & Francis Doran RIP Fri  - Weekday in Ordinary Time 9.30am (Christ the King) Eric McEvoy
Latest Bulletin to Download
Our Holy Father’s Prayer Intention for July: Priests and their pastoral ministry – That priests, who experience fatigue and loneliness in their pastoral work, may find help and comfort in their intimacy with the Lord and in their friendship with their brother priests. 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 16th Teresa Melacrinis 18th Helena Tuersley, Ivy Chadderton 21st Ellen Thelwell, Margaret McIIvaney May they rest in peace and rise in Glory “Mission Today”: The summer edition of this free magazine from “MISSIO” is now available from the back.  Do take and read.
Quietness in Church Be silent, be thoughtful, 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.

If you are going to the World Meeting of

Families in Dublin

You are invited to a family picnic and information afternoon at the Friary at Pantasaph on Sunday 22nd July at 2-4pm please note the time change.  There will be an opportunity to meet with others who are going to see Pope Francis and take in the World Meeting of Families. There will be information about the event and a brief talk about the last World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia.   There will be some activities for children and we will pray the Rosary at the end of the afternoon. Please bring your own refreshments.  St Pio’s Café is usually open up to 4pm for drinks and snacks. If you want more information about this gathering, or are going to Dublin but are unable to come along on 22nd we would love to hear from you.  Contact Margaret Hinton on 07842596878 or Email: margaretmfl@hotmail.co.uk  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 find out more information – please contact Anne Coleman on 07922697525.

Our Foodbank in Wrexham

Items we are in need of – UHT Milk (500ml/1L), Tinned fruit, Tinned ham/ corned beef, Tinned rice pudding, Coffee, Roll-on deodorant, Shower gel, Sanitary towels. Please note – we have enough beans, soup, cereal, biscuits, tea and fish for now. Please leave your donations in the box at the rear of the church. Thank you.

 

“The Catholic Times” This newspaper has been relaunched into tabloid format. There are a few extra copies available from the back - @ £1.30. There are also some Catholic Times subscription cards and prepaid envelopes in the porch at Llay in case any parishioner would like to place an order for home delivery every week of the Catholic Times.

Catholic Newspapers and Magazines

Do bring some Catholic reading into your home.  There are a variety of both to choose from and some are free.  See the selection at the back and try one. National Grandparents Pilgrimage to the Shrine of Our Lady in Walsingham Sunday 22nd July, 2018 – 11am – 5pm. See the notice at the back for details

Why not sign a “Gift Aid” Form?

If you are a tax payer do, please, sign a “gift-aid” form.  This takes only a few moments to do, it costs you nothing, but greatly enhances the value of what you give by allowing the parish to claim back the tax on your donation.  Just see the priest if interested.  And another reminder please do use your offertory envelopes for your giving!!

Supporting Our Poor Clare Sisters in

Hawarden

2018 - July and the Sisters will soon be leaving our diocese.  At this moment in time the exact date is unknown, we will let you know as soon as we have details. Until then we will continue to support them in whatever way we can.  This month we will collect canned desserts  fruit, fish, evaporated milk etc.  or boxed cereals, bottled sauces etc. all will be gratefully received. As always please leave your donations in the box at the back of the church. Our New Directory and Year Book 2018 Available from the porch at £2.50 – a fund of information on the parishes, Dioceses and organisations etc. of the Catholic Church in Wales.

CLICK TO PRAY

An app has been launched to allow people to pray with the Pope. See www.clicktopray.org for more information. The next meeting of our Pastoral Advisory Council Next PAC is Monday 3rd September, 7.30pm in Llay.  This will be our AGM, make a note of it and do come.

When away on holidays

Do plan ahead to discover where the Catholic Church is and what the Mass times are.  Usually this involves just a phone call or two.  Not only does this support our own spiritual health, it also gives a very good example to our children and is a great encouragement to the people of the parish we visit.  It demonstrates that we have the right priorities “Stories & Songs” Next Sunday (15th) at Christ Church (Church in Wales), Rossett – at 6pm.  All welcome.  See the notice at the back.

EVENTS FOR YOUR DIARY

World Meeting of Families – 21st to 26th

August 2018

In Dublin.  Do pray for its success “Adoremus” – The National Eucharistic Pilgrimage and Congress Being held in Liverpool, 7th to 9th September 2018: Do remember the dates and pray fervently for its success. This will be a unique opportunity for the Church to gather and reflect on the centrality of the Eucharist and particularly to explore the place of Eucharistic Adoration. Details can be found at www.Catholisnews.org.uk/adoremus2018

“Adoremus Youth Congress” – Saturday

8th September, 11.30am to 5.30pm,

Liverpool Echo Arena, Auditorium – Cost

£10

Parishes and schools are invited to send young people to the Adoremus Youth Congress which has been developed to complement the main event. The keynote speaker at the Youth Congress is Katie Prejean, from Louisiana. In the afternoon there will be youth streams for those 13-15, 16-17, and 18-20 years of age. The aim of the day is to help young people to live the Eucharist through witness, proclamation, care for the broken in society and love for the planet. The day features CJM, Rise Theatre, Cardinal Nichols, CAFOD, Animate, Salesians, Joel’s Bar-One Hope Project. There will be an opportunity to highlight the Synod on young people which will be happening in October of this year. Resources to help prepare for the event are available on the Adoremus Youth website. Young people whatever their church background will have a positive experience on the day. To book places go to adoremusyouth.co.uk or ask the parish office for a booking form.  The programme can also be obtained from the parish office.  See the notice at the back.  The £10 will be refunded by the parish – see Canon or Geraldine. Modern Slavery Forum – North Wales On October 12th, 2018, from 2pm at Porth Eirias, Promenade, Colwyn Bay, LL29 8HH. For more information read the letter at the back from the Haven of Light Partnership, or tel. 0792 977 7347 or contact info@havenoflight.uk

What Inspires Your Legacy?

Will you celebrate your faith with a gift in your Will to your favourite Catholic cause? Your Catholic Legacy is asking you to continue your support of the charities you care about – causes you trust to use your money wisely – through a gift at the end of your life, as well as during it. With a gift in your Will you can live out your faith and help charities and churches continue the work that means the most to you. “I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples” attributed to Mother Teresa. More information from: Your Catholic Legacy, 55 Westminster Bridge Road, London SE17JB – or call Hannah on 020 7095 5370
© Llay/Rossett Parish 2018
Llay/Rossett Parish Wrexham, North Wales
Saturday: 14 July No Morning Mass

15th Sunday of Ordinary

Time

Saturday: 14 July 6.00pm (St Francis of Assisi) Fr. Kevin Scallon RIP Sunday: 15 July 9.00am (Christ the King) for the parishioners 11.00am (St Francis of Assisi) John Thompson’s good health
Saturday: 21 July 9.30am (St Francis of Assisi) Fr. Chris Greaney’s well being Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Succour, Holy Mass, Exposition (time for Sacrament of Reconciliation/Confession – from 10.10am) & Benediction

16th Sunday of Ordinary

Time

Saturday: 21 July 6.00pm (St Francis of Assisi) Sunday: 22 July 9.00am (Christ the King) 11.00am (St Francis of Assisi)
Mon - Weekday in Ordinary Time 9.30am (St Francis of Assisi) Margaret Thompson RIP Tues - Weekday in Ordinary Time 9.30am (St Francis of Assisi) Christine Owen’s well being Wed - Weekday in Ordinary Time 9.30am (St Francis of Assisi) Anne Rogers RIP 8.00 - 9.00pm Silent hour of prayer Thur - St John Jones, Priest, Martyr 9.30am (St Francis of Assisi) Rebecca Guinevan RIP & Francis Doran RIP Fri  - Weekday in Ordinary Time 9.30am (Christ the King) Eric McEvoy

Mass Times

Latest Bulletin to Download
Our Holy Father’s Prayer Intention for July: Priests and their pastoral ministry – That priests, who experience fatigue and loneliness in their pastoral work, may find help and comfort in their intimacy with the Lord and in their friendship with their brother priests. 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 16th Teresa Melacrinis 18th Helena Tuersley, Ivy Chadderton 21st Ellen Thelwell, Margaret McIIvaney May they rest in peace and rise in Glory “Mission Today”: The summer edition of this free magazine from “MISSIO” is now available from the back.  Do take and read.
Quietness in Church Be silent, be thoughtful, 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.

If you are going to the World Meeting of

Families in Dublin

You are invited to a family picnic and information afternoon at the Friary at Pantasaph on Sunday 22nd July at 2-4pm please note the time change.  There will be an opportunity to meet with others who are going to see Pope Francis and take in the World Meeting of Families. There will be information about the event and a brief talk about the last World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia.   There will be some activities for children and we will pray the Rosary at the end of the afternoon. Please bring your own refreshments.  St Pio’s Café is usually open up to 4pm for drinks and snacks. If you want more information about this gathering, or are going to Dublin but are unable to come along on 22nd we would love to hear from you.  Contact Margaret Hinton on 07842596878 or Email: margaretmfl@hotmail.co.uk  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 find out more information – please contact Anne Coleman on 07922697525.

Our Foodbank in Wrexham

Items we are in need of – UHT Milk (500ml/1L), Tinned fruit, Tinned ham/ corned beef, Tinned rice pudding, Coffee, Roll-on deodorant, Shower gel, Sanitary towels. Please note – we have enough beans, soup, cereal, biscuits, tea and fish for now. Please leave your donations in the box at the rear of the church. Thank you.

 

“The Catholic Times” This newspaper has been relaunched into tabloid format. There are a few extra copies available from the back - @ £1.30. There are also some Catholic Times subscription cards and prepaid envelopes in the porch at Llay in case any parishioner would like to place an order for home delivery every week of the Catholic Times.

Catholic Newspapers and Magazines

Do bring some Catholic reading into your home.  There are a variety of both to choose from and some are free.  See the selection at the back and try one. National Grandparents Pilgrimage to the Shrine of Our Lady in Walsingham Sunday 22nd July, 2018 – 11am – 5pm. See the notice at the back for details

Why not sign a “Gift Aid” Form?

If you are a tax payer do, please, sign a “gift-aid” form.  This takes only a few moments to do, it costs you nothing, but greatly enhances the value of what you give by allowing the parish to claim back the tax on your donation.  Just see the priest if interested.  And another reminder please do use your offertory envelopes for your giving!!

EVENTS FOR YOUR DIARY

World Meeting of Families – 21st to 26th

August 2018

In Dublin.  Do pray for its success “Adoremus” – The National Eucharistic Pilgrimage and Congress Being held in Liverpool, 7th to 9th September 2018: Do remember the dates and pray fervently for its success. This will be a unique opportunity for the Church to gather and reflect on the centrality of the Eucharist and particularly to explore the place of Eucharistic Adoration. Details can be found at www.Catholisnews.org.uk/adoremus2018

“Adoremus Youth Congress” – Saturday

8th September, 11.30am to 5.30pm,

Liverpool Echo Arena, Auditorium – Cost

£10

Parishes and schools are invited to send young people to the Adoremus Youth Congress which has been developed to complement the main event. The keynote speaker at the Youth Congress is Katie Prejean, from Louisiana. In the afternoon there will be youth streams for those 13-15, 16-17, and 18-20 years of age. The aim of the day is to help young people to live the Eucharist through witness, proclamation, care for the broken in society and love for the planet. The day features CJM, Rise Theatre, Cardinal Nichols, CAFOD, Animate, Salesians, Joel’s Bar-One Hope Project. There will be an opportunity to highlight the Synod on young people which will be happening in October of this year. Resources to help prepare for the event are available on the Adoremus Youth website. Young people whatever their church background will have a positive experience on the day. To book places go to adoremusyouth.co.uk or ask the parish office for a booking form.  The programme can also be obtained from the parish office.  See the notice at the back.  The £10 will be refunded by the parish – see Canon or Geraldine. Modern Slavery Forum – North Wales On October 12th, 2018, from 2pm at Porth Eirias, Promenade, Colwyn Bay, LL29 8HH. For more information read the letter at the back from the Haven of Light Partnership, or tel. 0792 977 7347 or contact info@havenoflight.uk

What Inspires Your Legacy?

Will you celebrate your faith with a gift in your Will to your favourite Catholic cause? Your Catholic Legacy is asking you to continue your support of the charities you care about – causes you trust to use your money wisely – through a gift at the end of your life, as well as during it. With a gift in your Will you can live out your faith and help charities and churches continue the work that means the most to you. “I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples” attributed to Mother Teresa. More information from: Your Catholic Legacy, 55 Westminster Bridge Road, London SE17JB – or call Hannah on 020 7095 5370

Supporting Our Poor Clare Sisters in

Hawarden

2018 - July and the Sisters will soon be leaving our diocese.  At this moment in time the exact date is unknown, we will let you know as soon as we have details. Until then we will continue to support them in whatever way we can.  This month we will collect canned desserts  fruit, fish, evaporated milk etc.  or boxed cereals, bottled sauces etc. all will be gratefully received. As always please leave your donations in the box at the back of the church. Our New Directory and Year Book 2018 Available from the porch at £2.50 – a fund of information on the parishes, Dioceses and organisations etc. of the Catholic Church in Wales.

CLICK TO PRAY

An app has been launched to allow people to pray with the Pope. See www.clicktopray.org for more information. The next meeting of our Pastoral Advisory Council Next PAC is Monday 3rd September, 7.30pm in Llay.  This will be our AGM, make a note of it and do come.

When away on holidays

Do plan ahead to discover where the Catholic Church is and what the Mass times are.  Usually this involves just a phone call or two.  Not only does this support our own spiritual health, it also gives a very good example to our children and is a great encouragement to the people of the parish we visit.  It demonstrates that we have the right priorities “Stories & Songs” Next Sunday (15th) at Christ Church (Church in Wales), Rossett – at 6pm.  All welcome.  See the notice at the back.