© Llay/Rossett Parish 2021
Llay - Rossett Parish Wrexham, North Wales

Welcome

Welcome to this Catholic Parish website of Llay (St Francis of Assisi) and Rossett (Christ the King), 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 - No public Masses at Rossett at this time CHURCH CLOSED untill further notice

These are our normal mass times 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 2.00pm to 4.00pm every Wednesday and Sunday 3.00pm - 5.00pm - Llay church open for private prayer every day 9.00am to 5.00pm

Relic Tour: St Bernadette

In September and October this year, the relics of St Bernadette will journey on pilgrimage to England, Scotland, and Wales for the very first time. This very special once in a lifetime event will provide an opportunity for people of all ages and backgrounds to experience the special gifts and charisms of Lourdes, in a church or cathedral near them. Read More….

Bishop: Asylum seekers’ dignity must be

protected and upheld

The UK’s plans to forcibly deport to Rwanda some of those seeking refuge in our country is shamefully illustrative of what Pope Francis has called the ‘loss of that sense of responsibility for our brothers and sisters on which every civil society is based’. The plan is presented as a humanitarian response to combat people trafficking and smuggling yet the result will compound the suffering of those who are already victims. Crime is defeated by confronting the perpetrators not by punishing victims. This scheme will increase the difficulties of those hoping for a new beginning, and it does nothing to address the problems which cause people to flee their homes. Read more….

Cardinal urges government to ‘expand

sponsorship to all Ukrainian refugees

In a letter sent on behalf of, and signed, by London Church Leaders, Cardinal Vincent Nichols has written to the government to urge “sponsorship criteria be expanded to include all Ukrainian refugees on humanitarian grounds, allowing them to enter the UK as quickly as possible.” Read full letter….

Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal: How you can

help

Like you, CAFOD is deeply disturbed by the ongoing attacks on Ukraine. Read how to help….

Ukrainian Bishop calls on government to

support Ukraine as Russia invades

Bishop Kenneth Nowakowski, Eparchial Bishop of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church in the UK, has addressed his community and all people of good will as Russia invades Ukraine. “The day that we have been hoping would never come has arrived. This morning we woke up to hear the news that Russia has unleashed its troops into an invasion of Ukrainian soil as well as firing missiles into Ukrainian territory." Read more….

Guidance for Communal Worship during the

COVID-19 Pandemic

This Guidance is offered to the Dioceses of England and Wales to offer advice for safe communal worship in Catholic churches during the Covid-19 pandemic Guidance from Bishop’s Conference.

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

Starting 2 March - 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 2pm - 4pm. Starting 1 May - Sunday afternoon Eucharistic Adoration 3.00pm - 5.00pm - Starting with Divine Mercy at 3.00pm & Rosary 4.00pm. All Welcome

New Archbishop of Cardiff

'A ceremony of Installation of Bishop Mark O’Toole as the new Catholic Archbishop of Cardiff took place today (Monday, June 20) at St David’s Cathedral, Cardiff. Appointed by Pope Francis, Archbishop Mark O’Toole had been Bishop of Plymouth since 2013. Succeeding Archbishop George Stack, who has been in post in Cardiff since 2011, today’s installation coincides with the feast day of the Welsh martyrs Saints Julius and Aaron. As well as assuming oversight of the Catholic communities in the Archdiocese of Cardiff, Archbishop O’Toole also becomes the new Bishop of Menevia, a diocese which includes Swansea and its surrounding areas. A second ceremony takes place on Thursday (June 23) at Swansea’s Cathedral Church of St Joseph to celebrate this. The two dioceses combined incorporate much of South and Mid Wales, alongside Herefordshire. Having spent the last eight years as Bishop in the Diocese of Plymouth, ministering in the counties of Cornwall, Devon and Dorset, Archbishop O’Toole looks forward to immersing himself within the communities of both dioceses. Read More….

Sea Sunday

10 July 2022 Every year churches around the world celebrate Sea Sunday. It is a day for people to come together to pray for seafarers and fishers, and thank them for the vital role they play in all of our lives. Read more….

New Mass Times Starting this weekend

New Mass Times starting this Weekend, 2 - 3 July 2022, the Mass times are changing for the Sunday Masses. We are amalgamating the two Sunday masses into having just one at 10.00am New Mass times Saturday - 6.00pm Sunday - 10.00am After the Sunday mass there will be Tea/Coffee served in the church hall

Relic Tour: St Bernadette

In September and October this year, the relics of St Bernadette will journey on pilgrimage to England, Scotland, and Wales for the very first time. This very special once in a lifetime event will provide an opportunity for people of all ages and backgrounds to experience the special gifts and charisms of Lourdes, in a church or cathedral near them. Read More….

Bishop: Asylum seekers’ dignity must be

protected and upheld

The UK’s plans to forcibly deport to Rwanda some of those seeking refuge in our country is shamefully illustrative of what Pope Francis has called the ‘loss of that sense of responsibility for our brothers and sisters on which every civil society is based’. The plan is presented as a humanitarian response to combat people trafficking and smuggling yet the result will compound the suffering of those who are already victims. Crime is defeated by confronting the perpetrators not by punishing victims. This scheme will increase the difficulties of those hoping for a new beginning, and it does nothing to address the problems which cause people to flee their homes. Read more….

Cardinal urges government to ‘expand

sponsorship to all Ukrainian refugees

In a letter sent on behalf of, and signed, by London Church Leaders, Cardinal Vincent Nichols has written to the government to urge “sponsorship criteria be expanded to include all Ukrainian refugees on humanitarian grounds, allowing them to enter the UK as quickly as possible.” Read full letter….

Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal: How you can

help

Like you, CAFOD is deeply disturbed by the ongoing attacks on Ukraine. Read how to help….

Ukrainian Bishop calls on government to

support Ukraine as Russia invades

Bishop Kenneth Nowakowski, Eparchial Bishop of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church in the UK, has addressed his community and all people of good will as Russia invades Ukraine. “The day that we have been hoping would never come has arrived. This morning we woke up to hear the news that Russia has unleashed its troops into an invasion of Ukrainian soil as well as firing missiles into Ukrainian territory." Read more….

Guidance for Communal Worship during the

COVID-19 Pandemic

This Guidance is offered to the Dioceses of England and Wales to offer advice for safe communal worship in Catholic churches during the Covid-19 pandemic Guidance from Bishop’s Conference.
© Llay/Rossett Parish 2021
Llay/Rossett Parish Wrexham, North Wales

Welcome

Welcome to this Catholic Parish website of Llay (St Francis of Assisi) and Rossett (Christ the King), 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 - No public Masses at Rossett at this time CHURCH CLOSED untill further notice

These are our normal mass times 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 2.00pm to 4.00pm every Wednesday and Sunday 3.00pm - 5.00pm - 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” Sunday 24 April - Feast of Divine Mercy

Eucharistic Adoration & Private Prayer

Starting 2 March - 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 2pm - 4pm. Starting 1 May - Sunday afternoon Eucharistic Adoration 3.00pm - 5.00pm - Starting with Divine Mercy at 3.00pm & Rosary 4.00pm. All Welcome

New Archbishop of Cardiff

'A ceremony of Installation of Bishop Mark O’Toole as the new Catholic Archbishop of Cardiff took place today (Monday, June 20) at St David’s Cathedral, Cardiff. Appointed by Pope Francis, Archbishop Mark O’Toole had been Bishop of Plymouth since 2013. Succeeding Archbishop George Stack, who has been in post in Cardiff since 2011, today’s installation coincides with the feast day of the Welsh martyrs Saints Julius and Aaron. As well as assuming oversight of the Catholic communities in the Archdiocese of Cardiff, Archbishop O’Toole also becomes the new Bishop of Menevia, a diocese which includes Swansea and its surrounding areas. A second ceremony takes place on Thursday (June 23) at Swansea’s Cathedral Church of St Joseph to celebrate this. The two dioceses combined incorporate much of South and Mid Wales, alongside Herefordshire. Having spent the last eight years as Bishop in the Diocese of Plymouth, ministering in the counties of Cornwall, Devon and Dorset, Archbishop O’Toole looks forward to immersing himself within the communities of both dioceses. Read More….

Sea Sunday

10 July 2022 Every year churches around the world celebrate Sea Sunday. It is a day for people to come together to pray for seafarers and fishers, and thank them for the vital role they play in all of our lives. Read more….

New Mass Times Starting this weekend

New Mass Times starting this Weekend, 2 - 3 July 2022, the Mass times are changing for the Sunday Masses. We are amalgamating the two Sunday masses into having just one at 10.00am New Mass times Saturday - 6.00pm Sunday - 10.00am After the Sunday mass there will be Tea/Coffee served in the church hall
© Llay/Rossett Parish 2021
Llay/Rossett Parish Wrexham, North Wales

Welcome

Welcome to this Catholic Parish website of Llay (St Francis of Assisi) and Rossett (Christ the King), 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 - No public Masses at Rossett at this

time CHURCH CLOSED untill further notice

These are our normal mass times 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 2.00pm to 4.00pm every Wednesday and Sunday 3.00pm - 5.00pm - 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” Sunday 24 April - Feast of Divine Mercy

Eucharistic Adoration & Private Prayer

Starting 2 March - 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 2pm - 4pm. Starting 1 May - Sunday afternoon Eucharistic Adoration 3.00pm - 5.00pm - Starting with Divine Mercy at 3.00pm & Rosary 4.00pm. All Welcome

New Archbishop of Cardiff

'A ceremony of Installation of Bishop Mark O’Toole as the new Catholic Archbishop of Cardiff took place today (Monday, June 20) at St David’s Cathedral, Cardiff. Appointed by Pope Francis, Archbishop Mark O’Toole had been Bishop of Plymouth since 2013. Succeeding Archbishop George Stack, who has been in post in Cardiff since 2011, today’s installation coincides with the feast day of the Welsh martyrs Saints Julius and Aaron. As well as assuming oversight of the Catholic communities in the Archdiocese of Cardiff, Archbishop O’Toole also becomes the new Bishop of Menevia, a diocese which includes Swansea and its surrounding areas. A second ceremony takes place on Thursday (June 23) at Swansea’s Cathedral Church of St Joseph to celebrate this. The two dioceses combined incorporate much of South and Mid Wales, alongside Herefordshire. Having spent the last eight years as Bishop in the Diocese of Plymouth, ministering in the counties of Cornwall, Devon and Dorset, Archbishop O’Toole looks forward to immersing himself within the communities of both dioceses. Read More….

Sea Sunday

10 July 2022 Every year churches around the world celebrate Sea Sunday. It is a day for people to come together to pray for seafarers and fishers, and thank them for the vital role they play in all of our lives. Read more….

New Mass Times Starting this weekend

New Mass Times starting this Weekend, 2 - 3 July 2022, the Mass times are changing for the Sunday Masses. We are amalgamating the two Sunday masses into having just one at 10.00am New Mass times Saturday - 6.00pm Sunday - 10.00am After the Sunday mass there will be Tea/Coffee served in the church hall

Relic Tour: St Bernadette

In September and October this year, the relics of St Bernadette will journey on pilgrimage to England, Scotland, and Wales for the very first time. This very special once in a lifetime event will provide an opportunity for people of all ages and backgrounds to experience the special gifts and charisms of Lourdes, in a church or cathedral near them. Read More….

Bishop: Asylum seekers’ dignity must be

protected and upheld

The UK’s plans to forcibly deport to Rwanda some of those seeking refuge in our country is shamefully illustrative of what Pope Francis has called the ‘loss of that sense of responsibility for our brothers and sisters on which every civil society is based’. The plan is presented as a humanitarian response to combat people trafficking and smuggling yet the result will compound the suffering of those who are already victims. Crime is defeated by confronting the perpetrators not by punishing victims. This scheme will increase the difficulties of those hoping for a new beginning, and it does nothing to address the problems which cause people to flee their homes. Read more….

Cardinal urges government to ‘expand

sponsorship to all Ukrainian refugees

In a letter sent on behalf of, and signed, by London Church Leaders, Cardinal Vincent Nichols has written to the government to urge “sponsorship criteria be expanded to include all Ukrainian refugees on humanitarian grounds, allowing them to enter the UK as quickly as possible.” Read full letter….

Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal: How you can

help

Like you, CAFOD is deeply disturbed by the ongoing attacks on Ukraine. Read how to help….

Ukrainian Bishop calls on government to

support Ukraine as Russia invades

Bishop Kenneth Nowakowski, Eparchial Bishop of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church in the UK, has addressed his community and all people of good will as Russia invades Ukraine. “The day that we have been hoping would never come has arrived. This morning we woke up to hear the news that Russia has unleashed its troops into an invasion of Ukrainian soil as well as firing missiles into Ukrainian territory." Read more….

Guidance for Communal Worship during the

COVID-19 Pandemic

This Guidance is offered to the Dioceses of England and Wales to offer advice for safe communal worship in Catholic churches during the Covid-19 pandemic Guidance from Bishop’s Conference.

COVID Reminder

Due to the increase of numbers for the new mass times, starting this weekend, and the increase of COVID cases we have been advise that parishioners should wear face masks and sanitise their hands.