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All Hallows Church, Llantrisant


CLOSURE OF CHURCHES - 24th March

Last night the UK government announced further measures to control the spread of the virus; among these measures is the closing of places of worship.

So, with great sadness, we have to announce that as of immediate effect St Dyfrig's and All Hallows' churches have to close even for individual, private prayer.

But priests can continue to say Mass in private and live stream these Masses. Fr Allan will continue to celebrate the Mass, with all the planned intentions, at 10am every day.

Whilst we don't have the facility to live stream in our two parishes, there are many parishes within our diocese, including two in our deanery that live stream. If you wish to follow a Mass that is being streamed live, the deanery website has a list of all the local parishes which have this facility. Visit our deanery Stay Connected page for more details.

These are sad times. Please take care, stay safe and keep praying. 

Further Information 

For all our latest updates please visit our Facebook Page and visit our deanery Stay Connected page for more information on what you can do if you are unable to attend Mass. 

You can now read Fr Allan's homily on this weekend's readings here: This Week's Homily from Fr Allan


All Hallows Catholic Church is located in the town of Llantrisant, just off the M4 Junction 34.  The parish serves Llantrisant and the surrounding communities out towards the Rhondda Valleys, Pencoed and Church Village.  

The parish priest is also the Catholic Chaplain to the Royal Glamorgan Hospital.

 


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