Attached are the two latest editions of the Cytûn ‘Policy Bulletin’ and ‘Newsletter’. Please click the links to open below: In English: Policy Bulletin December 2018 Cytun-Cylchlythyr-Advent2018-ENGLISH- In Welsh: https://s3.amazonaws.com/cinw/wp-content/uploads/sites/4/2018/12/Bwletin-Polisi-Rhagfyr-2018.pdf http://www.cytun.org.uk/Cytun-Cylchlythyr-Advent2018.pdf
In Christ the King Cathedral: Bishop Tom with students and staff from Bishop Vaughan School Swansea, and St Joseph’s Comp Port Talbot. In Christ the King Cathedral: the carpet of flowers laid out along
First Sunday of Divine Mercy at the Menevia Shrine of Divine Mercy, Church of the Sacred Heart Morriston.
Mongolia has always had a fascination for me. The very name and that of the ancient capital, Karakorum, conjure up a romantic vision of infinite rolling grasslands with great herds of cattle and horses, of Genghis
Congratulations are due to the Reverend Matthew Roach-Saunders who has become the most recent cleric of the Diocese of Menevia!
Almost 20 of the priests from the Diocese gathered with the Bishop for a week of prayer and meditation, led by Redemptorist priest, Fr Jim McManus, at Buckfast Abbey. The surroundings and rythym of
Greg Watts 5.5.17 Most of us probably never think about seafarers. Yet our lives are much more connected to the maritime industry than we might think. The chances are that our fridge, that jar