Fully escorted Pilgrimage to Knock Shrine, Ireland, 0st July 2018. £649 per person sharing. Price includes flights with 10kg hand luggage, all taxes, luxury transfers, 5 nights’ in Knock House Hotel with full Irish Breakfast each morning and 4 Course Dinner each evening. All entertainment, excursions and guided tours included. Wheelchair accessible rooms in the […]
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How were God’s promises in the Old Testament fulfilled in the New Testament? – Did Jesus really tell the Jews to drink his blood? – And where do we get all those symbols at Mass? Alan de Ste Croix will be exploring these and other questions as we take a look at the scriptural basis […]
Concert with Cowbridge Male Voice Choir: Saturday 2nd June at 7pm in Our Lady & St. Illtyd Church. Tickets £7, include refreshments, are on sale. You may consider asking your family, friends and neighbours to join us for, what should be, a very enjoyable evening of entertainment.
CYMANFA GANU – FESTIVAL OF HYMN SINGING: Sunday 20th May beginning with a cream tea at 3.30pm in Cowbridge United Free Church . Please see the poster for details.
From Ascension to Pentecost, there will be daily prayers for half-an-hour starting at 10am in Holy Cross Church. On Friday 11th and Friday 18th, it will be at 10.30am. Each prayer service is led by different members of each church, including Revd Stephen Adams. All are most welcome.
Eucharistic Congresses are gatherings of Clergy, Religious and laity which promote an awareness of the central place of the Eucharist in the life and mission of the Church. The Archbishop invites every parish to send two representatives. Can we find two volunteers from our Parish? Please speak with Fr Mark and visit the website https://rcadc.org/national-eucharistic-pilgrimage-and-congress […]
Guided visit to Newport Cathedral, St. Woolos, on Wednesday 16th May 2018 at 10.45 am. Legend has it that Gwynllyw (Woolos) founded the Cathedral in c. 500. He was told in a dream to search for a white ox with a black spot on its forehead and to build a Church there, as an act […]
What role does Our Lady play in our salvation? Why does she have such a special and unique place in the Catholic church? And how do we explain to our non-Catholic friends and family why we revere Mary? On Saturday 28th April Alan de Ste Croix will take us on a tour of Mary’s role […]