Newsletter – Sunday 6th November 2011

Drum Mass Intentions
Saturday 5th 8pm: John McManus, Johnstown
Sunday 6th 10am: Martin McManus, Clonrulla
Sunday 6th 10.45am: Rosary in Drum Cemetery
Monday 7th 7pm: Tommy Brien, Creggane
Tuesday 8th 7pm: Maura Durney, Cornafulla
Wednesday 9th 8pm: Holy Hour for the faithful departed
Thursday 10th 7pm: Mary Kelly, Clonbulia
Friday 11th 7pm: Oliver Nicholson, Cornafulla South
Saturday 12th 8pm: John McManus, Nure and his parents Mai & Pake
Sunday 13th 10am: Maura O’Neill, late of Mount Hussey

Clonown Mass Intentions
Sunday 6th 11am: Bridget Flynn and deceased members of the Shine family
Sunday 13th 11am: Fr. Michael Dunning (6th Anniversary)

Gary James Dolan
Patrick Joseph Lawless
Congratulations to their parents.

Rest in Peace
Christy McManus, Thornhill and Manchester
Ray Enright, John Paul Park, Athlone
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a n-anam

Wedding Bells
Congratulations to Collette Halligan and Robert McEvoy on their recent wedding. May they be blessed with a long and happy life together.

Drum Art Workshop
Drum Art Group are having a Workshop on Saturday 12th November from 10am-4pm. All are welcome.

Creative Writing Workshops for Children
6 week workshops for children (8-12years) on Fridays 4-6pm starting Friday 11th November at Venue 4, Bastion St., Athlone. Cost: €85 (with concession for siblings). For further information contact Niamh at 086-3623971.

Rosary in the Cemetery
Drum Cemetery: Sunday 6th at 10.45am.
Clonown Cemetery: Sunday 13th immediately after 11am Mass.
Cornamagh Cemetery: Sunday 6th at 3.30pm.
Coosan Cemetery: Sunday 13th at 3.30pm.

Passionfruit Theatre
Presents John Spillane in concert on Thursday 10th November at 8.30pm. Tickets €15. Contact 086-3338457.

Shamrock Stitches
A completely free group who meet every Thursday night from 7.30-9.30pm in the Shamrock Lodge Hotel for a stitch ‘n’ chat. Bring along your knitting, sewing, crochet, etc. Contact Amy 087-6552453 or Mari 087-3166813.

Céad Míle Fáilte
Mercy Sisters, Athlone invite you to join them to mark the 170th Anniversary of the death of Catherine McAuley, Foundress of Sisters of Mercy (11 November 1841). Share a ‘cup of tea’ (which Catherine deemed so important) with them on Friday 11th November 2011 between 10am-4pm in 10 Cois Abhann (the glass foyer entrance on the corner of Lyster Street and Excise Street). If this is not possible, perhaps you might consider one of the following: 1. Light a candle on that day and remember (Mercy) or 2. Perform an act of compassion/mercy/kindness – small but effective!

Deirdre Munnelly optometrist now open in Monksland opposite Smith’s SuperValu. MC and PRSI welcome. Phone 090-6496001.


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