Drum Mass Intentions
Saturday 8th 8pm: John & Bridget Duignan, also Tom Duignan, Clonellan
Sunday 9th 10am: The Kilroy family, Clonbulia
Thursday 13th 7pm: Patrick Curley, Clonellan
Friday 14th 7pm: Dan & Mary Harney, Crannaghmore
Saturday 15th 10am: James Carty, Dysart (Brother of Mary Grenham, Clonellan)
Saturday 15th 8pm: Patrick & Mary Egan, Clonark, daughters Noreen & Maureen and husband Michael
Sunday 16th 10am: John Brien, Creggane
Clonown Mass Intentions
Friday 7th 8pm: Paddy Joe & Rose Dunning, Newtown
Sunday 9th 11am: Decesed members of the Dunning family, Newtown
Sunday 16th 11am: Johnny Hynes and deceased family members, Curraghnaboll
Rest In Peace
Walter Furlong, St. Coman’s Park
Sr. Mary Ellen O’Connor, late of Monksland who died in San Antonia, Texas
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a n-anam.
Ardkeenan National School
Open evening and enrolment for September 2014 takes place on Wednesday 12th February at 6.30-8pm. All welcome. For further details contact Ardkeenan National School, Drum, by phone 090-6437244 or on-line at www.ardkeenanns.ie
Mass with Anointing of the sick
Saturday 15th February at 11am in Church of Ss. Peter & Paul, Athlone. All welcome.
Roscommon/Athlone PTAA Dinner Dance
Takes place on Saturday 15th February in the Abbey Hotel, Roscommon commencing at 8.30pm. Tickets available from Collette Harney and Julia Naughton.
Franciscan Missionary Sisters for Africa
Sr. Elizabeth Murphy, a Franciscan Missionary Sister for Africa who has worked in Africa for many years will speak at each of the Masses on the 15th and 16th February. She will give first hand information on the spreading of the Good News in the African countries in which the Sisters work. You will have an opportunity to participate in this work by your prayer and financial contribution.
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.