COMING TOGETHER FOR MASS IN OUR PARISHES (livestream links) and VIRTUAL CHILDREN’S LITURGY WITH CAFOD

While we cannot gather in person, we can still come together as a community through prayer.

Join CAFOD online for a virtual children’s liturgy of the word.  We will share a Bible reading, song, reflection and prayer.  This Sunday morning at 10.00-10.15 am.

Please register beforehand (updated link). Click here to register

Staying Connected throughout COVID-19

Locally within the Dioceses the following parishes will be live streaming:

CARDIFF

Archbishop George Stack will celebrate the liturgy of Holy Week at St Mary of the Angels. https://cardiffwestcatholics.org.uk/

Holy Thursday, Mass of the Lord’s Supper: 7.30 pm

Good Friday, The Liturgy of the Passion: 3 pm

Easter Vigil: 8.30 pm

Easter Sunday:  10 am

Additional parish Masses are listed here:  

St. Mary of the Angel’s, Canton – stream is located on their homepage, along with a daily schedule

All Saints Parish, Newport – stream is located on their Facebook channel & homepage, along with a daily schedule

Our Lady & St. Illtyd, Llantwit Major – see website for Mass schedule.  Stream will be via Facebook… click here for stream

Our Lady & St. Michael, Abergavenny – daily audio stream of Mass at 10 am … on their Facebook channel

St Helen’s, Caerphilly – stream on their Facebook channel at 10.30 am.  Easter Vigil livestreamed at 8.30 pm

St Mary, Monmouth with St Frances of Rome, Ross-on-Wye – Sunday Mass at 10.00 am stream is here

Our Lady, Queen of Martyrs, Hereford: on their website

St Francis Xavier, Hereford – see website for Mass schedule including live streams for Holy Week

MENEVIA

St Joseph’s Cathedral Church, Swansea: Sunday Mass at 9 am: on their Facebook channel

Our Lady, Star of the Sea, Burry Port: Sunday Mass at 10 am on their Facebook channel and the  stream is located on their website

St David’s Priory Church, Swansea: (see Mass from Gorseinon, below) but to join the parish’s Skype coffee morning chat see instructions here

Blessed Sacrament, Gorseinon: stream on their Facebook channel at Mass at 10 am

St David & St Patrick, Haverfordwest: Sunday Mass at 10 am via their YouTube channel.  Daily Mass at 9 am.

Make an act of Spiritual Communion

My Jesus, I believe that you are present in this Holy Sacrament of the altar.

I love you above all things and I passionately desire to receive you into my soul

Since I cannot now receive you sacramentally, come spiritually into my soul so that I may unite myself wholly to you now and forever. Amen.

Holy week schedule from Rome via EWTN

This list is being added to all the time, so please do get in touch to add your parish link.

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Archdiocese of Cardiff Masses being streamed as at 20.03.2020

https://rcadc.org/staying-connected/

As the world endures the Coronavirus pandemic, the Church finds herself in uncharted waters for our lifetime.

The above link page is from the Archdiocese of Cardiff which will endeavour to keep the diocese updated on resources, messages and information to help through a period of no public worship.

International live streamed resources: 

There are a number of international resources for viewing the Mass online.

These include:

Eternal Word Television Network – broadcasts daily Mass at 12.00 noon

Shalom World Tv – daily mass at 9.00am & 9.00pm

ChurchServicesTv – livestream from churches around the world

Daily recording of Mass with Pope Francis – available from 12.30

Daily Mass online

April online edition of the Catholic People (Archdiocese of Cardiff)

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