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Lent & Holy Week in the Llandaff Diocese

In this Holy Week, we look ahead in hope. One of the highlights of Holy Week is the launch of Church in Wales’ virtual Easter pilgrimage. Using Google Earth, online pilgrims can follow the Stations of the Cross and visit some of Wales’ most beautiful churches. We have a week of special events include our…

Lent & Holy Week 2021

Services for Holy Week, click here LENT: Whilst our churches are open (click here for details of services) throughout Lent from Monday 22nd February we have a daily programme of online worship . Every day the clergy meet for Morning Prayer at 09.00 – here is a shortened form of Morning Prayer using the same readings (click…

Monday Night Reflections in Lent

Throughout Lent, as part of the service of Compline at 7pm, Fr Mark has been sharing a short reflection on some traditional Lenten disciplines. You can download those Reflections here.Or view them on Facebook here. Monday 22nd February – Fasting & Abstinence Monday 1st March – Prayer Monday 8th March – Bible Reading Monday 15th…

Opening our lives for Lent

Our journey together through Lent began on Ash Wednesday with three new videos each reflecting on how we may know God’s love by opening our lives to his presence.  Bishop June’s Lent One homily will be broadcast on our Facebook Page, YouTube Channel and Twitter 4pm this Sunday.  For more about Lent click here. A prayer as…

Parish magazine Lent 2020

They say that if you have 20/20 vision, your eyesight is ‘perfect’! I don’t know about ‘perfect’ but from the wide and varied contributions I’ve received for this magazine, I do know that there are lots of you that are very good at looking back and looking forward! Thank you all for your amazing contributions. Many of the articles look back at…

A Lenten Pilgrimage 2016-2017

A Lenten Pilgrimage 2016 / 2017 – A Personal Journey February 7th 2016 Coventry Having visited the tomb of Richard III, recently re-interred in Leicester cathedral, I continued looking round the cathedral.  It is Monday morning and two days to Ash Wednesday, they are preparing for Lent. I came across a landscape painting which seemed somehow out of place! To its left was…