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Catholic Action is crucial to our purpose. It is the visible sign of our witness to the teachings of the Gospel. Our motto is “Serving God By Serving Others”.

Our action is both local and national. Locally:

     We host the Good Friday Stations of the Cross in Pantasaph.

     We assisted at the St. John Roberts 400th anniversary Mass in Dolgellau.

     We support the Shrine of St. Winefride in Holywell.

    We promote a “Keep Christ in Christmas” campaign by using only religious Christmas      Cards; putting a special sticker on all correspondence; circulating posters etc.

     Service in the Parish and Community.

     Support the Church in its Social Teaching.

     Assist the Clergy.


    We are looking for new members to assist in our work and to help in turning your ideas into     action.

    Interested or Want to know more?

    Contact Paul Braid on 01492 516260 or Jim McColl on 01492 518101

We are part of the Lay Apostolate.

It was founded in Glasgow in 1919 and during the 1920s expanded throughout Britain as news of its work became known. Today there are over 5000 members across Britain contained in 340 councils, 4 of which are in North Wales including the one here in Colwyn Bay, which is one of the oldest in North Wales.

The Knights of St Columba are an Order of Catholic Laymen dedicated to the Service of the Church and fellow man. The Organisation, which is non-political and essentially democratic, exists to support the mission of the Catholic Church and at the same time to work for the spiritual and material good of its members and their families.

Catholic Action Happens with the KSC!


    The Order works closely with other Organisations.

    National Action project at present is for Mary's Meals.

    We are on the second year for Mary's Meals having raised Nationally £45,000 in the first year.

    We sponsor an annual Youth Day and support the World Youth Days.

    We  assisted at the Holy Father’s  visit to the UK.