International Volunteering Opportunities with Jesuit Missions

Have you considered volunteering abroad?

Jesuit Missions currently has placements in Africa, Asia and central America working with some of the poorest and most marginalised communities in the world.

Vatican Official to deliver Public Lecture in Swansea

On Thursday 7th April 2016 Archbishop Paul Gallagher, the Vatican’s Official for Relations with the States (the Vatican’s Foreign Minister), will be visiting Swansea University to deliver the 100th Public Theology Lecture …

Diocese prepares for “24 Hours for the Lord”

An important part of Lent during this Holy Year of Mercy is the invitation of Pope Francis that the whole Church should set aside “24 Hours for the Lord” …

New Rite of Marriage and Confirmation

It has been almost 6 years since the New Translation of the 3rd edition of the Roman Missal was released. The International Commission for English in the Liturgy (ICEL) released the new translation …

Cardiff Cathedral to host Nightfever Initiative

On Saturday May 7th St David’s Cathedral will play host to the Evangelisation Initiative known as ‘NightFever’. NightFever offers people who pass churches the opportunity to pop in, light a candle and offer a prayer …

Ephatta – The Christian Hospitality Network

“Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers, for thereby some have entertained angels unawares” (Heb 13:2). This verse from the Bible inspired the founders of Ephatta, a free online Christian hospitality platform ( …

Rite of Election 2016

On the Sunday 14th February at 3pm, Archbishop George Stack, formally welcomed groups of people, who wish to enter into full communion, with the Catholic Church to the Mother church of the Diocese for the Annual Rite of Election …

Towards a Culture of Safeguarding

As part of the ongoing commitment to ensuring the safety of children and vulnerable adults within the Church, the Catholic Safeguarding Advisory Service in association within EduCare have produced a free of charge e-learning package for safeguarding.

Archbishop Records Reflection on Lent

Earlier today Archbishop George Stack took the time to reflect upon the history and significance of the Season of Lent. As we start our pilgrimage through this season, the Archbishop invites us to journey deeper into this season.

Archbishop Leads Celebration for the Sick

On Saturday 13th February, Archbishop George Stack celebrated the Annual Mass for the Sick with Anointing at St David’s Cathedral, Cardiff. The Annual World Day of Prayer for the Sick occurs on the Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes (11th February), and the Diocese celebrates its Mass for the Sick on the nearest Saturday.