Welcome to St Patrick's Roman Catholic Church

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

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

 

 

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St Patricks RC Primary School is  in Lucknow Street, Grangetown

 It has close links with the Church.

A school mass is celebrated   in school during term times.

The school  website.  http://www.stpatricks-primary.co.uk/

No Masses , Baptisms  or  Weddings  until further notice. 

For Funerals,  please contact your Funeral Director.

Anyone who needs help 

please phone

02920 253514

                  Thought of the week:

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7th  wednesday of Eastertide

27th  May

 

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The Missionary Journeys of St Paul

Find out where he went.

Please click on image above

for the readings and a  reflection for

Wednesday  27th  May

St Augustine of Canterbury
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In both the Gospel and the first reading we are reminded that the world is a dangerous place. But Jesus, and later Paul, pray for all of us, that we will be spared from the dangers.

Jesus  prays  for his disciples, and reminds us that he has lived with them and taught them and protected them. He gave them what they needed while he was here, and now that he is going to heaven, they have what they need to continue in his name. And they have the knowledge that they are never really alone.

Paul is living that example in Miletus. He has lived with the people there and taught them and protected them. But now he is moving on and will not be there physically for them, but he has left them with what they need to continue.

Jesus prays for the protection of his disciples, and Paul prays for the protection of the people in Miletus, because they both know that it’s a dangerous world, but through their teachings their people have knowledge and the knowledge that they are cared for.

In these difficult times, many of us feel isolated and sometimes scared.  Simple things are now not so simple. It’s easy to feel discouraged and very alone.  But we are never really alone. The love of God and the Holy Spirit are with us always. From the moment we wake up, every where we go , everything we do, and even while we sleep, God is with us.  

Let us today remember in our prayers those who feel the lonliness of isolation, that they may truly feel the love of God and that it give them comfort and confidence in the days to come.

May is  the Month of the Holy Rosary

 

The month of May is dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary. The entire month falls within the  liturgical season of Easter, which is represented by the liturgical colour of white:  the colour of light, the symbol of joy, purity and innocence.

History of the Holy Rosary

Saying the Rosary  (video)

How to say the Rosary  ( pdf)

Our Lady of Penryhs
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Mass can be followed on these links.

http://www.catholictv.org/masses/catholictv-mass                   Daily Mass  (On Demand)

https://www.mcnmedia.tv/camera/st-mary-of-the-angels    10.00am Sunday and Daily  Mass

 

               https://dailytvmass.com/     --Daily Mass

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Read the message from Canon Mike on our    newsletter

Sunday 24th  May

Click here for  Vatican News

National Weekly Mass for NHS and Care Home Workers

 

A National Weekly Mass, will be celebrated by one of the bishops of England and Wales, and live-streamed from his Cathedral, for NHS front-line and Care Home workers, the sick and their families each week at 7-00pm.

28th May - MIDDLESBROUGH: Bishop Terence Drainey,

Middlesbrough Cathedral 

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 Coronavirus  

For latest information     Click here

  

 

Loving God,

Your desire is for our wholeness and well being.

We hold in tenderness and prayer the collective suffering

of our world at this time.

We grieve precious lives lost and vulnerable lives threatened.

We ache for ourselves and our neighbours,

standing before an uncertain future. 

We pray: may love, not fear, go viral. 

Inspire our leaders to discern and choose wisely,

aligned with the common good.

Help us to practice social distancing and reveal to us new

and creative ways to come together in spirit and in solidarity.

Call us to profound trust in your faithful presence,

You, the God who does not abandon.

Amen

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For help in the Grangetown area   click here
 
Let us ask Our Lady of Lourdes to intercede for us.

Latest  News  and  Information

               

This includes:          Newsletters,        

       

Latest news  from  Pope  Francis     

 

St Patrick's  Primary  School  Website      

 

Holy Days of Obligation 2020        

 

What does IHS mean?          

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