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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


Memorial of St Elizabeth of Portugal

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July  is the month which is  dedicated to  the Most Precious Blood
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today's readings

Monday 4th July 2022

The    Lord    is    gracious    and    full    of     compassion

Today  we are reminded to turn wholeheartedly towards God and to remember just how much He  loves us, so graciously and wonderfully, and how through Him we shall receive the assurance of eternal life and true joy in His presence. The Lord is always  kind and loving towards us, and He  always reaches out to us with love and patience, embracing us whenever we return to Him and want to be reconciled to Him. 

In the Gospel passage today, we hear of  two great miracles that the Lord performed for those who sought His help. One of them was a woman who had long suffered from a haemorrhage problem, while the other was a synagogue official whose daughter had died. The woman and the synagogue official himself were seeking for the Lord, wanting for healing to come from God, because they truly believed in Him. They had their own respective faith in the Lord and turned towards Him in their hour of need and the Lord answered their request for healing  showing us that no matter what our circumstances we can always come to the Lord with faith.   Our Faith will make us whole.  

St. Elizabeth of Portugal whose feast we celebrate this day  was the Queen of Portugal who although a member of the royal family, was renowned for her great piety and exemplary actions throughout her life in loving the poor and the needy all around her. May we always be mindful of  the needs of others so that by our actions we may grow closer towards the Lord.  May we allow the Holy Spirit to guide our actions and strengthen our Faith in the Lord.,

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Visit of the Relics of
SS Philip Evans and John Lloyd.
St David’s Cathedral
Wednesday July 13th.
Mass will be celebrated at 
11.00am and 7.00pm

Find out more details of visits
to the Schools dedicated to these Saints  and  times of Masses

Find out more about these two Welsh Saints

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Archbishop Mark O'Toole  received the Pallium ,from Pope Francis in Rome
on  Thursday 29th June,  the Feast of St Peter and Paul 
Find out more about the Pallium        Look at the Archdiocesan Website
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This is Archbishop Mark's Coat of Arms.  Click here for details

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Mass can also be followed on these links.          

Daily Mass  (On Demand)    10.00am Sunday and Daily  Mass  

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Read the message from Canon Mike on our    newsletter

July 3rd 2022

Congratulations Canon Mike on the 40th Anniversary
of your Ordination
July 3rd 1982
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"Doubt no longer, but believe."
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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

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We now have a Twitter account.

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


Service Times in other Catholic Churches in Cardiff
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