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Small but beautifully formed, St Mary & St Michael, Llanarth has the oldest parish church in continuous use in the Archdiocese of Cardiff, a Grade II* listed building.
There is a thriving parish life, with all ministries well represented, including a newly-ordained deacon: Tony Mulcahy who received the ministry of Acolyte in July 2009 and was ordained deacon by Bishop Tom Burns in June 2010.

Please explore the drop down menus, e.g. below the Welcome button you can find the Log In and Contact Us pages, as well as a Thought for the Week, and links to the readings for daily Mass and Night Prayer.

We are very pleased that you are visiting our website.
We would be even more pleased to see you at Mass, or at one of our parish celebrations or events. Check out the Calendar for details, and plan your journey!
 It is also well worth visiting our remarkable church to see history in the flesh and enjoy the stunning beauty of its unique stained-glass windows.
A much needed refreshment and repair programme is about to start, supported by the National Lottery [www.hlf.org.uk], CADW and the Glaziers' Trust. Listen to the church's own account of events at A Restoration Diary.

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