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Feast Days

There are many feast days that we celebrate throughout our school year.

Autumn Term

All Saints Day

Celebrated on 1st November
We celebrate the lives of special and ordinary people who have responded to God’s invitation to love.

The Commemoration of all the Faithful Departed (All Souls)

2nd November
Today and throughout the rest of November we pray
for those who have died.
Eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord, and let perpetual light
shine upon them.
May they rest in peace. Amen.


Begins 27th November
Advent means ‘coming’. We think of the coming of Jesus when he was born but we also think of his promise that he would come again at the end of time. It is a time of waiting and preparing. It is only in the last week of Advent that we focus upon the events to be celebrated at Christmas.

The Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary

8th December
This feast marks the first stage of the existence of Mary, the mother of Jesus. She was ‘full of grace’ from the very beginning and
co-operated with God throughout her life.

Christmas Day, The Nativity of the Lord

25th December
On this day we begin our celebration of the birth of Christ.




Mary, the Holy Mother of God

1 January


The Epiphany of the lord

8 January


The Baptism of the lord

9 January


The Presentation of the Lord

2 February


St David, Bishop, patron of wales

28 February


Ash Wednesday

1 March


St Joseph, Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary

20 March



25 March


Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord

9 April


Maundy Thursday

13 April


Good Friday

14 April


Easter Sunday

16 April



With You Always


Dates for the With You Always meetings, Reconciliation and Communion services will be added as soon as they are confirmed by Fr Connor.

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Holy days of Obligation