The Diocese of Menevia School of Evangelisation & Catechetics (DOMSEC)
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About DOMSEC
The Diocese of Menevia School of Evangelisation and Catechetics
Established by the Bishop of Menevia, the Diocese of Menevia School of Evangelisation and Catechetics (DOMSEC) provides formation and support to Catholics (clergy and laity) who proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ and form others in the Catholic faith.
 

Our Mission
Our mission is to form and support all those responsible for the work of evangelisation and catechesis in the parishes of the Diocese (clergy, catechists, evangelisers, parents, teachers) and indeed all Catholics as they carry out Christ’s command to make disciples of all nations. The School provides the formation and support through courses, specialised training, workshops and regular events. For its mission, the Diocese of Menevia School of Evangelisation...
Core Objectives
  • To provide training and support to the clergy in evangelisation and catechesis
  • To provide training to lay persons who assist in the work of evangelisation in the parish, including proclamation, catechesis and ongoing formation
  • To provide the ongoing doctrinal and spiritual formation of Catholics
  • To organise regular events that can bring about a more active practice of the faith
  • To provide an organised framework and resource base for evangelisation and catechetical work in the Diocese
  • To work with parishes and deaneries to design and implement evangelisation programmes that address identified needs and challenges
  • To promote initiatives for the proclamation of the Good News

 

Our Approach
It is Triadic in nature

Our approach to learning and proclamation follows a triad of Learn, Yearn, Share

Learn

As disciples, we learn the Truth at the feet of the Master, Christ himself, who is the Way, the Truth and the Life (John 14:6).  We desire to know the Truth and to refute errors opposed to the Truth (Cf. St Thomas Aquinas, Summa Contra Gentiles, I, 1). For eternal life is to know the only true God and Jesus Christ...

Get Involved
How to be Involved
  • Register for one or more of our courses or training. Courses and trainings are typically held at one of our deanery centres of learning.
  • Attend our regular events held near you.  Events are typically held in a parish near you.
  • Join our Support Group - a vibrant community of volunteers who support the work of evangelisation by prayers and volunteering their time to arrange regular events.

Eucharistic Adoration: Monday - Friday 6am - 10pm
In September 2018 during the National Eucharistic Congress at Liverpool entitled "Adoremus", I met with a group of priests belonging to a new religious congregation Missionaries of the Eucharist. Their community preaches parish missions to promote and establish prolonged and perpetual adoration ...

 

 

 

Diocesan Shrine of Divine Mercy, Morriston, Swansea
Presently Adoration takes place in the Mercy Chapel, but due to the popularity and to a number of donations for a new monstrance and Candlesticks and upholstered chairs, we shall be moving to a renovated unused side chapel and have a security system installed in readiness for nocturnal adoration - “nicodemus nights” named after Nicodemus who came at night to the Lord.
 
Adoration is open to anyone in the diocese and anyone who wishes to make a regular pledge of one hour a week on a specific day can contact me to make arrangements...