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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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60th  Anniversary of Mary Immaculate High School / Archbishop Mostyn.
If you have any memories that you would like to share ..  please click here

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Anyone who needs help 

please phone

02920 253514


Eleventh Sunday  in  Ordinary  Time

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Our Faith must grow the way a mustard seed grows
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Click on the image above for  today's  Reading
Sunday  16th  June 2024

It    is    good    to    give    you    thanks ,    O    Lord.

Today Jesus continues to talk about the Kingdom of God. The image He uses in today’s Gospel is the image of seeds and how they grow. He tells His disciples the parable of the sower and the seed. We know the story well. The farmer scatters the seed and then patiently waits for it to sprout and grow. The farmer trusts that the seeds will do what is natural for them. He trusts that they will grow, mature and produce fruit.

Jesus then gives His disciples another example of what the Kingdom of God is like. This time Jesus uses the image of the mustard seed. He tells them that the mustard seed is the smallest of all seeds. Yet when this tiny seed grows, it becomes one of the largest and most productive of all plants.

We are like the tiny mustard seed. We may think of ourselves as small or unable to make a difference in our world. Yet our small and seemingly puny efforts have the ability to produce abundant fruit.

We have been given gifts and talents to share.

To us, they may not seem like much. However, God will use us when we share ourselves and our gifts!

The question is: will we?

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On Sunday,  the  Solemnity of Corpus Christi,
sixteen of our young people received Holy Communion for the First Time. 
On this day in 1982 , Pope John Paul ll visited Cardiff.
"Young people are the Church of today 
and the Hope of Tomorrow"
Masses for this week

Saturday     6.30pm
Sunday        10.00am
Monday  -No Mass

Tuesday  6.30pm
Wednesday  6.30pm

Thursday  6.30pm 
Friday  6.30pm

After any  Mass

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Read our Parish Newsletter 
June 16th 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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Are you a member of our Parish Facebook page? The Facebook page has been established for quite a long time and has over 400 members

Join us on:   Friends of St Patrick’s Grangetown


We now have a Twitter account.

Please follow us:   St Patrick’s Church Grangetown   @StPatsGrange


Latest  News  and  Information


This includes:          Newsletters,        


             Latest news  from  Pope  Francis      St Patrick's  Primary  School  Website  

                 What does IHS mean?          

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