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Mental Health, Mud and Time with God

The Rev'd Canon Zoe King reflects on her time in at Llangasty Retreat House and the importance of getting away from the busyness of life and meeting God in the wilderness.
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Shoes for Soldiers Collected for Ukrainian War

An appeal for boots and shoes to ship out to the Ukraine war was issued from the church communities in Neath and Bro Noddfa Newydd ministry areas.
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New Dean for Llandaff Cathedral

Bishop Mary is delighted to announce that the Rev’d Canon Dr Jason Bray has accepted her invitation for him to become the next Dean of Llandaff Cathedral.
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Penarth MA Warden Represents Llandaff at Royal Maundy Ceremony

Janet Akers, Ministry Area warden for the Penarth Ministry Area and sub-warden for All Saints Church, Penarth, was honoured to be chosen to represent the Diocese at the prestigious Royal Maundy Service, which took place in Worcester Cathedral last week.
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Behind Closed Doors: Equipping the Church to Deal With Domestic Violence

On Friday 12th April the Diocese of Llandaff, in partnership with Restored and Mothers Union, are hosting an event in Cardiff to explore the role the church can play, alongside the Welsh Government, the Police, and other public third sector organizations, in speaking up against domestic abuse and supporting survivors.
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Retirement of Dean Richard Peers

The Dean of Llandaff Cathedral, The Very Reverend Richard Peers, has announced his intention to retire.
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Celebrating Fr Andrew's Ministry of Mission

The Rev'd Andrew Meredith, Ministry Area Leader for Bro Noddfa Newydd has announced his retirement commencing from Easter.
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Valleys Headteacher Announced as New Diocesan Head of Education

We are delighted to share that Clare Werrett has been appointed as the Head of Education for the Dioceses of Llandaff and Monmouth.
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Walking Humbly with God

This morning (Thursday 14th March) Bishop Mary and Archbishop Andrew John took part in an Ecumenical Pilgrimage where pilgrims journeyed from Llandaff Cathedral to the Roman Catholic Metropolitan Cathedral. The event was opportunity to come together as people of faith from across Wales for a morning of friendship and prayer.
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Modern Art Brings the Easter Story to Life

It's not every day you go to a pub for a pint or a mid-morning coffee and are confronted with an important work of art. Mark Cazalet's West London Stations of the Cross paintings tell the story of the Easter Passion and are placed in fifteen pubs and cafes across the Vale of Glamorgan to bring the story close to everyday life.
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Thank you and Farewell to Community-Centred Vicar

Upon the news that the Rev’d Melanie Prince will be leaving the diocese, we take a look and celebrate all that she has achieved in her ministry here.
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A Reflection on the Life of St Thomas Aquinas

Diocesan Director of Ministry, the Reverend Canon Tim Jones reflects on the life of St Thomas Aquinas on the 750th anniversary of his death.
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