Welcome to the Roman Catholic Parish of the Sacred Heart, Morriston
Holy Week 2020 – Resources
Click the image for various resources provided by the Catholic Bishops Conference for England and Wales.
08.30 – Morning Prayer
09.30 – Holy Mass
10.30 – Talk
11.00 – Rosary
12.00 – Angelus and Holy Mass
Followed by Adoration until 3pm
15.00 – Divine Mercy Chaplet, Benediction and Rosary
15.45 – Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
16.00 – Spiritual Reading
17.00 – Vespers
18.00 – Angelus and Holy Mass in Latin followed by Rosary
20.00 – Compline and Meditation
20.30 – All night Exposition
MONDAY TO FRIDAY 6:00am – 10:00pm: [CURRENTLY SUSPENDED DUE TO COVID-19 CRISIS]
If you would like to be involved in this initiative at the Sacred Heart for extended exposition, please sign the sheets at the back of the church. One sheet is for a permanent 1 hour slot each week, and a second sheet is available for those whose commitments vary each week. Please ensure you get cover for your slot or inform the priests or sisters if you are unable to attend your slot for whatever reason. It is important that the Lord is kept company at all times during the day.
Please contact Canon Jason if you would like to join those who have already donated towards the renovation and furnishing of the side chapel which will become the Perpetual Adoration Chapel in due course.
Divine Mercy Novena of Chaplets
Click the image to pray the Divine Mercy Novena of Chaplets from Good Friday to Divine Mercy Sunday
Sacred Heart Centre
Find out about our parish hall, the Sacred Heart Centre, including how to make a booking and room availability.
Divine Mercy Sunday 2018
First Sunday of Divine Mercy at the Menevia Shrine of Divine Mercy, Church of the Sacred Heart Morriston.
On Sunday 8th April, people across the Diocese gathered for the celebration of Divine Mercy Sunday. Scheduled to start at 1.30pm, devotees started arriving at 12.30 to get a seat in what was going to be a standing room only celebration.
At 1.30 pm the queue for confessions was already three pews deep and many of the penitents and other participants had bought their Images of divine Mercy to be blessed. After the Blessing and various prayers to open the afternoon, the Blessed Sacrament was solemnly exposed on the Altar. during the time of prayer and the hour of Mercy devotion, confessions were continuous being heard by Fr Artur and Fr Andrzej. Devotions were led by Fr Jason. and included a Sung Chaplet of divine Mercy, readings from the Diary of St Faustina, Hymns and litanies. The Hour of Mercy was concluded with Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. At 4pm the Solemn Mass of the Feast was celebrated by Fr Jason who was assisted by Deacon Mathew Roach Saunders and 10 Altar Boys. Confessions continued until 5.30 pm. Fr Jason spoke about the History of the Feast in the Diocese has involvement in the celebration since 1989 and how happy he was to be celebrating this day at an official Shrine within the Diocese. At the Conclusion of the Mass there was an opportunity for all to venerate the 1st Class relics of St John Paul II and St Faustina and also to be blessed with the oil of St Faustina.
Many testimonies have been received from those present acknowledging the beauty of the day and the graces received on this the first Feast of Divine Mercy for the Menevia Shrine of Divine Mercy.
30 May – 3 June 2017 Parish Pilgrimage to Fatima
Click the image of the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary for images of the parish trip to the Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima, Portugal.
10 May 2017 May procession at Belmont Abbey
A group of 35 pilgrims from the diocese from Mumbles, Townhill, Morriston and Neath parishes attended the annual May procession in honour of Our Blessed Lady at Belmont Abbey on the 10th May. Thanks to Fr Mansel of Mumbles parish for arranging the transport. This year was particularly special, taking place in the 100th year since the apparitions at Fatima in 1917. In glorious sunshine, thanks to the World Apostolate of Fatima in England and Wales, the pilgrim statue of Our Lady of Fatima was carried in procession through the Abbey gardens accompanied by the recitation of the Holy Rosary, followed by a beautiful service in the Abbey church.
Father Jason Jones, parish priest of Sacred Heart Morriston gave the homily, speaking about how Our Lady through her apparitions points us towards the central message of Christ. He also spoke on the role of the World Apostolate, and pilgrims were given the opportunity to consecrate themselves to Our Lady of Fatima, as well as to pledge themselves to Our Lady by taking on the brown scapular of Our Lady of Mount Carmel. During the final hymn, as usual pilgrims were delighted by the shower of blossom petals over Our Lady and the opportunity to venerate the relics of Blesseds Francisco and Jactinta, due to be canonised by Pope Francis in Fatima on the feast day of 13th May.
Photos by Mr Slawomir Purzycki
Parish Groups and Ministries
There are many ways to get involved in the spiritual, liturgical and social life of the parish.
Various rotas are available covering many aspects of parish life, including readers, donations for flowers, and cleaning.
Explanation of devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus
Our church is named after the popular devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, find out what this means.
Help the Sacred Heart Centre by going shopping!
Easyfundraising is a simple way to help towards the fundraising for renovation of our parish hall.
Our parish was consecrated to The Divine Mercy on the Feast of Christ the King 2016. Follow this link for more information on the Divine Mercy devotion.
Images from the liturgical year
The liturgy is the source and summit of the life of the Church, view some images of the celebrations that take place during the liturgical year.