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Our Lady and Saint Michael’s Roman Catholic Church,


Eglwys y Priordy Ein Harglwyddes a San Mihangel

Where the Catholic Faith has never faltered.

The parish of Abergavenny is served by the Belmont Abbey Benedictine Community, Hereford.

Click the picture (left) to visit the Belmont Community website.

Abergavenny is a parish in the Archdiocese of Cardiff.

Click the logo (left) to visit the Cardiff Archdiocesan website.

Click on the CATHOLIC NEWS AGENCY logo below to visit this useful and informative Catholic News website . . .

Click the image (left) to visit the website of Our Lady & St Michael’s Primary School.

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Weekend Mass and service times at Our Lady & Saint Michael’s Roman Catholic Church are as follows:



*  6.30PM - Saturday Evening Vigil Mass

         (The First Mass of Sunday)

~  SUNDAY  ~

* 11.00AM - Sunday Morning Sung Mass

    Note that incense is used at the 11AM Mass.

Join us for tea or coffee in Saint Michael’s Centre after

the 11 AM Holy Mass.

*   6.30PM - Sunday Evening Mass

Help save a key part of

Welsh Catholic history.

The clock is ticking for Gunter Mansion

Gunter Mansion is one of the most important buildings at risk in Wales. It is central to the events leading to the executions of Priests David Lewis and Philip Evans in 1679. They were the last Catholic martyrs in Wales and were both subsequently made saints. The services held openly in its Chapel played a key role in the events leading to the anti-catholic crackdown of 1678/9. Remarkably this precious Chapel still survives but it is at risk of being lost. Help us save Gunter Mansion and its hidden catholic chapel, a key part of Welsh Catholic history.

This August is the 400th anniversary of the birth of David Lewis. What better way to mark this event than by raising the money to save this key monument!

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