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Remembrance Sunday

This Sunday marks a century since the end of the First World War. Parishioners should arrive early for today’s 11am Mass to ensure they are able to find parking in time for the beginning of our Remembrance Sunday Mass. We will begin with the observation of the two minute silence on this Armistice Day Centenary at 11am prompt. We are […]

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Help Needed at the Christmas Fair!

Preparations for our Christmas Fair are well under way and this year’s event is set to be bigger than ever! After the enormous success of the Summer Fair, both the church and school will be collaborating again to create a fantastic event for the whole community to enjoy while raising some much needed funds. In order to make this event […]

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Confirmation 2019

The first preparation class for next year’s Sacrament of Confirmation is on Tuesday, 6th November from 5.30pm-7pm in the Presbytery.  This class is for youth in Years 7 and above.  We still have space on the programme for those have not yet registered so please do just come along if you wish to participate. Our catechists are looking forward to […]

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All Saints Day

Today, Thursday 1st November, is the Feast of All Saints. It is a Holyday of Obligation and Mass will be celebrated in the church at Noon and 6pm. Happy All Saints Day!  

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Macmillan Coffee Day

St Joseph’s will be taking part in Macmillan Cancer Support’s ‘World’s Biggest Coffee Morning’ this Friday, 28th September in the Parish Centre. Pop in at any time between 9am-4pm for coffee, cake and company and help us raise vital funds for this fantastic charity. Calling all St Joseph’s talented bakers – donations of cakes etc will be gratefully received! These […]

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Fish & Chips Quiz Night

Thank you to our Quiz Master for putting together a fantastic quiz! A great night was had by all and we raised £62.50 for Parish Centre funds. Congratulations to our winning team – “By The Front Door” ! Many thanks to all who attended! ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] Join us this Friday, 21st September, in the Parish Centre for […]

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The Ratzinger’s Family Home

The beautiful house that played such an important part in the life of the Ratzinger family is falling down. Situated in a beautiful part of Bavaria with the Alps as a background and Berchtesgaden just 33 miles away, it is in an idyllic part of the world. The house was built in 1726 and reflects the history and the culture […]

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Eucharistic Celebration

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament has been a tradition from the very earliest times in the church. The Eucharist is the real presence of Christ among us. Benediction is a time when we can meditate and pray as the Blessed Sacrament is exposed before us. For those who cannot get to Liverpool for the Eucharistic Congress – ‘Adoremus’ this weekend […]

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There were eight children in our family. We lived on the outskirts of Dublin and we were able to do a little farming to make ends meet.  My job was looking after the hens – all 72 of them.  I fed them, watered them, collected the eggs, and had a list of people who who would buy the eggs.  We […]

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St Joseph’s Summer Fair 2018

St Joseph’s Church & School Community are excited to reveal details of the upcoming Summer Fair! The annual St Joseph’s Summer Fair will take place on the 7th July 2018 between 12.00 and 4.00pm on Rydal Field, Brackley Avenue, Colwyn Bay, LL29 7UU. FREE ENTRY! Join us for a fantastic day of games, entertainment and fun for all the family. […]

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