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Praying in St Dyfrig's Parish


Morning Prayer

Eucharistic Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

Pray and Play Group

Deanery Holy Hour for Evangelisation

Morning Prayer

We pray Morning Prayer together as a parish community each Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9:30am, before our 9.45am Mass.  

The Morning Prayer is from the Liturgy of the Hours (a.k.a. the 'Divine Office'), the public prayer of the Church.  

Find out more about the Divine Office at DivineOffice.org.

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Eucharistic Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

MonstranceAccording to the Catholic Church, Jesus is present in the Eucharist in a unique way.  During Eucharistic Adoration we can pray before the exposed Body of Christ – this is an intimate setting for prayer. Adoration is typically carried out in silence, which allows each visitor to pray in their own way.

In our parish, Eucharistic Adoration follows Mass on Friday mornings, and continues until Benediction at 2pm.

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"Pray and Play" Group

Have you ever sat in the side chapel with your child during Mass?

Have you ever wondered how do I bring up my child to follow Jesus?

A group of parents and grandparents from St Dyfrig's have started a bible study and prayer group. It is open to everyone but especially anyone who is involved in raising children in the Catholic Faith.

Praying HandsWe meet weekly in the church hall annex on a Wednesday Morning from 10.15am (after Mass). We reflect on the forthcoming Sunday Gospel and how it relates to our daily mission to bring up our children to love and follow Jesus. We pray together for our children, the parish, the schools and the wider community, and share a cup of tea or coffee.

Children, of course, are very welcome too: toys provided!

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