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St  Patrick's  Roman  Catholic  Church  in   Grangetown,   Cardiff,   is   part   of   the   Cardiff    Deanery   of   the Roman   Catholic   Archdiocese   of   Cardiff.  

This Church  opened   on   St Patrick's Day  March  17th  1930.





St Patricks RC Primary School is  in Lucknow Street, Grangetown

 It has close links with the Church.

The school  website.

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Anyone who needs help 

please phone

02920 253514


Weekday in the Seventh Week of Ordinary Time

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Click on the image above for  today's  Reading
Tuesday  21st   May  2024

Entrust    your    cares    to    the    Lord    and    He    will    support    you.

Jesus and his disciples were traveling through Galilee.  When they arrived in Capernaum they settled in the house where they were staying  and Jesus asked His disciples: “What were you arguing about during our journey?”  The disciples were silent and embarrassed.  The topic of their conversation had been “who was the greatest disciple.”  Most likely, they knew that Jesus would not approve of their conversation.

Jesus said to His disciples: “Whoever wishes to be first shall be the last of all and the servant of all.” Jesus then called a little child over to him and said to the disciples: “Whoever receives one child in my name, receives me; whoever receives me, receives the One who sent me.”

Power and renown!  In our world, this is what many people long for and strive for! Think of all those in the media and in the public eye who vie for publicity, power, and fame.  Do they actually believe that these will bring them true happiness or are they simply caught up in the world’s values?  Jesus wants us to find our happiness and security in Him, not in fame or fortune.
Naturally, we all want others think well of us.  In and of itself, this is not bad.  However, we get into trouble when we are driven to look good or to achieve so that we gain status, honor, or esteem.  We believe that people will approve of us and of what we have accomplished.

Today let us take some time and ask ourselves: How important is power and admiration to me? Do I hope other people admire me? Or am I content to live my life as well as I can and not need approval from others?

There is no guile in young children. They simply are who they are. They trust. They love. They enjoy life. And yet we adults often consider them immature. And in many ways they are. Yet, they can be a great example to us of what truly is important in life. 

Masses for this week

Tuesday  6.30pm
Wednesday   10.00am
Thursday  10.00am
Friday  10.00am
Saturday     6.30pm  
Sunday        10.00am

Monday  -No Mass

We say the Rosary 
before every Weekday Mass in May.    Why not join us ?
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After any  Mass

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To celebrate the Solemnity of Pentecost, our
Prayers of Intercession were read in 16 different languages.
We are truly  an International Parish
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Date: Sunday, June 2nd, 2024

Time: Mass at 2:00 p.m.; procession starts at 3:00 p.m.

Place: University Catholic Chaplaincy (62, Park Place, Cardiff)

The Procession will go through town and end at St David's Cathedral

Charles Street.

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Join the 'Open Listening' on Zoom on Saturday 25th May. Click to register

Find out more

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Read our Parish Newsletter 
May 19th 2024
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Mass can also be followed on these links.

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Please click on the above image for donations directly to the Parish.

Service Times in other Catholic Churches in Cardiff
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