Pictures from the St Mair Parish Album from 1984/85. They feature members of the Parish.
[More pictures will appear over the next few weeks]
PARISH HISTORIES ARCHIVE
A recent informal statement from Pope Francis about tradition not being a “return to the ashes” has gotten some attention. There are two poles to avoid in this discussion: a liberalism that stresses a mindless openness to the culture, and a “conservatism of the museum” that desperately clings to the past. The one that helps us to see through the dilemma is someone who will be canonized by Pope Francis in a few months—namely, John Henry Newman.
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A short video about the work of South Meirionnydd Foodbank and our good friends at Elim Pentecostal Church.
It shows how our Church donations are used to help those in need.
SAINT MAIR SUPPORT BRO DDYFI FOOD BANK
A collection box is by the entrance to the church
The number of millennials joining religious life — becoming priests, brothers, sisters, and nuns — has increased over the past 15 years. This film/documentary is about a Boy discerning his purpose and a journey through the Vocations of the Catholic Church.
Catholicism in China has a long and storied past and a hopeful future. America Media offers this in-depth exploration of the faith in China.
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