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.
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, if possible.
The school website. http://www.stpatricks-primary.co.uk/
No weekend Masses
until Saturday 14th November
Weekday Masses this week
Tuesday and Wednesday 10.am
Anyone who needs help
FACE COVERINGS MUST BE WORN
Thought of the week:
Weekday in Ordinary Time
October is the Month
of the Holy Rosary.
To pray the Rosary
click on the image
Coronavirus Social Distancing restrictions mean that we have a limited seating capacity
The first reading today from the Epistle of St. Paul to the Ephesians highlights very, very clearly the role that Christ our Lord has played in the salvation of all mankind. The Lord Jesus has made peace between us and God, and He has reconciled us through His Cross, which reconnects us to God’s love and grace. By His perfect and humble obedience on the Cross, Christ has bridges what was once a great chasm separating us from God that was impossible to cross.
He extends God’s love and compassionate mercy to us, and redeems us with love as we are in the greatest need for His love, care and mercy. He makes a new Covenant with us when we are in darkness, lost and are distracted by sin, calling on all of us to return to Him with love and sincere faith and commitment. We can therefore see just how generous the Lord had been towards us.
All these are very timely kind reminders from the Lord to us, that each and every one of us ought to be ready and prepared for the Lord by living our lives each day with the full conviction and desire to proclaim our Christian faith through our lives, to serve the Lord and glorify His Name by our every living moment. We must always be ever ready and prepared, as the Lord reminds us again today, how the time of reckoning may come at any time, and we do not want to be caught unprepared. We are all called to love as generously as the Lord has loved, to show the love of God in everything that we say and do, in all of our interactions with one another.
We should be faithful bearers of our Christian faith in our community, and to be beacons of God’s light, to love and care where others had caused hurt and injury, to bring forgiveness and compassion where hatred and jealousy, anger and divisions reign.
We are all called to be true disciples of Christ, not just in appearances or formality, but in real deeds, in all the little things we do that bring honour and glory to God.
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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