Drum Mass Intentions
Saturday 25th 8pm: Colm Kennedy and his grandparents Bill & Mainie, Johnstown
Sunday 26th 10am: Harry Connor and deceased family members, Clonark
Tuesday 28th 7pm: John, Bridie and Pat Halligan, Collogorriff
Wednesday 29th 7pm: Pat Fallon, Cornafulla
Thursday 30th 7pm: Nora & Michael McManus, Ardnanure
Friday 31st 7pm: Feast of St. Brigid
Saturday 1st 8pm: Mary & Joe Duignan, Clonellan
Sunday 2nd 10am: Paddy & Margaret Mulvey, also Jim Hynes, Johnstown
Clonown Mass Intentions
Sunday 26th 11am: Mass
Sunday 2nd 11am: Mass
Rest In Peace
Joseph (Joe) Brennan, Clonark
Sarah Duffy, Boston and late of Drumlosh
Thomas Harney, Curraghaleen
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a n-anam.
Will be held on Sunday 2nd February on the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord. Candles are blessed for use in the church and in the home throughout the year. If anyone would like to make a donation towards candles for use in the Church, envelopes will be provided at the back of the Church.
Anyone who would like to host a station mass in their home this spring are invited to contact Drum Parish Office to book a date and time. The stations have been a tradition in the parish for generations and it would be lovely to see the tradition continue and restored for generations to come.
Grease – The Musical
Transition Year classes from St. Joseph’s College, Summerhill and St. Aloysius’ College, Athlone present ‘Grease – The Musical’ on Thursday 30th, Friday 31st January and Saturday 1st February at 8pm in St. Joseph’s College, Summerhill. Amdission €10. For bookings email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 090-6492383.
St. Joseph’s College, Summerhill
Open Night and Enrolment will be held on Tuesday 4th February from 7-9pm. Further information available from Liam Nally, Principal at 090-6492383.
St. Joseph’s College Parents Association fund-raising table quiz in the Athlone Springs Hotel, Monksland on Wednesday 5th February at 8pm. Adult table of 4: €40. Student table of 4: €20.
APSI – Access to Psychological Services Ireland
This service is now available to residents of County Roscommon and offers a free and confidential service to those with mental health difficulties. There are 6 centres in Roscommon and one is located in Monksland. To access this service please contact 090-6665020 or contact a health care professional.
Renew is a group of people who understand that mutual support and personal exploration are key elements in overcoming emotional, psychological and spiritual distress. Any one of us can find that, at some point in our lives, we experience severe or overwhelming distress. Renew provides a context for our experience of distress and contact with others to support our journey towards thriving. We do this through gatherings, contact, information & peer support groups. More information is available on www.renew-ireland.com. Athlone Group Peer Support Meetings take place on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of every month in 2 Garden Vale, Athlone at 8pm. Contact Dara 086-8041625 or Jackie 087-7605824.