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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 

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02920 253514


Sixteenth Sunday  in Ordinary  Time

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Click on the image above for  today's  Reading
Sunday  21st  July  2024

The    Lord    is    my    shepherd:    there    is    nothing    I    shall    want.

Today the disciples gathered around Jesus and reported on the preaching and teaching they had done in the past days.  They were very excited and pleased,  eager to talk to Jesus about their experiences.  However, they also were tired and hungry, having  been surrounded by people for days.  Jesus suggested that they go away from the crowds of people for a while.   They all got into a boat and  set off.

However, the people saw Jesus and the disciples leaving and they hurried after them to the place where Jesus was going. But instead of being annoyed or angry  Mark tells us, however, that Jesus was filled with pity and concern for the people.  He  recognized that the people were like “sheep without a shepherd.”  They were hungry and yearned to hear Him teach and preach  and  needed the spiritual nourishment that only Jesus could give them.  Jesus recognized their deep need and longing and sat down and began teaching.

At times, we also are like sheep without a shepherd.  At these times, it may be helpful to ask ourselves: For what am I hungry?  For what am I yearning? Do I recognize this hunger and thirst in others or do I stay focused on myself?

We are called to be like Jesus.  We are called to nurture the people in our lives, especially the lost, the forgotten, or the unseen. It doesn’t have to be intense conversation, it often is a great gift to notice another.  What a simple and wondrous gift to give and to receive!  

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On Thursday  we celebrated a  wonderful whole school  Mass.   
We  remember particularly our Year 6  children  who will be moving on to their new schools in  September
Masses for this and the coming week

Sunday        10.00am
Monday   No Mass
Tuesday  Funeral Service 12.45pm (GL)
Tuesday  6.30pm
Wednesday  10.00am
Thursday  10.00am
Friday    10.00am
Saturday     6.30pm

We ask you, Lord to bless our Year 6 children and

help them to remember that you are always with them.

May the light of your love be with them,

as they travel on their Faith  journey.

We ask this through your son Jesus Christ.  Amen

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Merger:  Cardiff/ Menevia
Pilgrimage : Shrine of St David and St Non's   Sat  7th September
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Adoremus at Oscott  
               14th  September                   
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Pope Francis: Vision for a Synodal Church
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Read our Parish Newsletter 
July  21st  2024
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Mass can also be followed on these links.

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