The Sacrament of Reconciliation, or Confession

Have you been away from the Church for a long time? Perhaps you are not sure how to find your way back? Do you want to approach a priest, but are not sure how?

Coming to confession can be done in the total anonymity of a confessional cubicle, where the priest cannot see who is speaking to him; or in the intimacy of a face-to-face conversation. The choice is yours.

If you would like to come anonymously, then the times of Reconciliation (confession) are as follows:







Merthyr Tydfil

Mountain Ash




If you would prefer to come to confession face-to-face you are always free to draw aside the curtain (or ask the priest to do so, depending on the design of the confessional). But if you would prefer to meet a priest in a more informal setting, please feel free to choose any parish in the deanery, ring the priest and make an appointment.

You might also like to know that all the priests in the deanery come together twice a year, on a Monday evening about a week before Christmas and on the Monday of Holy week, for a service of confessions in Treforest.




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