Our Parish Vision

The parish of St Philip Evans is a welcoming Catholic community, empowered by the Holy Spirit, worshipping and serving God. We meet as a spiritual family to deepen our faith and our knowledge of one another. Within our parish area, we care for those in need and spread the message of Christ.

The parish area of St Philip Evans includes Llanedeyrn, Pentwyn, Pontprennau, and new housing beyond Pontprennau south of the M4. St Philip Evans is the designated parish for Deaf People throughout the Archdiocese of Cardiff, and also serves all people who choose to worship in St Philip Evans Church.

Times of Masses on weekends and weekdays can be found on the newsletter page.

Welcome

Welcome to the Parish of St Philip Evans, and thank you for visiting our site.

If you have chosen St Philip Evans as your parish church, we hope that you are happy here and that you will share your time and talent to help us build up the Kingdom of God in this part of Cardiff. There are many opportunities to join with our community.

If this is your first visit, we hope you will find something of interest to you in our pages. We would be very happy to welcome you if you decide to visit our church.

If you have any questions concerning parish life, please contact one of the parish team.

November News 2017

November is a month which begins with the celebration of all the saints and turns to remembering the souls lost from earthly life. It also begins with the parish deadline for enrolling children for First Communion in 2018.

Application forms for Catholic children aged 7+ to make First Communion in St Philip Evans are available at all parish Masses for the remainder of October. No late applications will be accepted without a medical certificate or proof of having moved into the parish after the deadline.

Holy Day Masses for All Saints at St Philip Evans are 7 pm Tue 31 Oct and 10 am Wed 1 Nov. Other nearby options on Wed 1 Nov are: St Paul’s at 9.30 am, Christ the King 12.45 pm and St Brigid’s 7.30 pm - for Christian ideas of alternative ways of celebrating Hallowe'en, see www.NightOfLight.org

Thu 2 Nov, the Commemmoration of all the Faithful Departed is not a Day of Obligation, but a day when many people choose to remember their deceased loved ones. Parish Masses are 10 am and 7 pm.

If you have been bereaved during the last 12 months, your loved one can be remembered at our special Mass at 2 pm on Sat 18 Nov. If you would like someone's name or photo to be included, please forward the details to Geraldine Cowan g.cowan@sphilipevans.co.uk,

On Wednesdays 1st, 15th & 29th November, there will be city centre sessions for anyone who feels conscious of bereavement. The Mostyn Room (the ground floor room adjacent to St David's Cathedral in Charles Street) will be open to the public from 11 am to 2 pm as a place of reflection. It is not only for Catholics - please invite all your friends.

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