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something that touches the mind and the heart. Why not come and visit us?

Mass Times


Saturday – Vigil Mass 6.00pm
Sunday –   11.00am & 6.00pm
Mass with children’s liturgy 11.00am  on Sunday

For Mass times for the next three weeks please click on the links below:

Please note that the 15th August is a holy day of obligation for the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Sacrament of Reconciliation Saturday 10.30am-11.00am or on request


Find out all the latest news and events that are going on in St Mary’s by reading our Newsletter.  If you have any events or news you would like included in the next issue, please email secretarystmarysbridgend@rcadc.org by end of Wednesday.

There is a long history of Catholicism around the Bridgend area.

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Funeral Notice

Please keep in your prayers June Helen Bourke and her family. June worshipped faithfully here in St. Marys. Requiem Mass for June will be held here at St. Mary’s on Thursday 3rd August at 9.00am. May she rest in peace. Amen

Summer Holiday

The schools are out and the summer holidays upon us. If you are going on holiday or travelling to see friends and family have a good and safe time. If you are visiting the parish you are most welcome. Tea and coffee is served in the hall after 11.00am Sunday Mass. If you are passing the Church at any time pop in, say a prayer and ensure all is well. Each Thursday during the holidays could you spend an hour to ‘watch with him’ between 10.00am & 4.00pm? To pledge an hour contact Diane on 650267. Have a great summer break!

St Mary’s Catholic Church

Our Church building is a real focal point on Ewenny Road.  The round tower, built from the Ewenny stone of the original church, with the cross, made locally at Merthyr Mawr, illuminated at night, is a fine symbol of our Catholic Faith.

The fine artwork in our church and the offering of the Mass and other Sacraments, the quiet prayer as people call into the church to pray before the Blessed Sacrament and the enjoyable gatherings and meetings in our parish hall, all remind us of the joy, beauty and liveliness of our faith.

Of course, we are the living stones of the Church.  St Mary’s is not just a building, a meeting place, a hall or community centre.  It is where we come together and where we encounter the living God and worship Him and share our faith with others.  It is a consecrated and holy place.  At its centre are the Tabernacle and altar, where we encounter the Living Presence of Jesus Christ. All are welcome – it is He who welcomes us and calls us to welcome others.

The parish supplies a chaplaincy at the Princess of Wales Hospital, it is important that if you have a family member or a friend admitted that would like to see the Chaplain please inform Father Tim McGrath on 01656 652034

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