Drum Mass Intentions
Saturday 7th 8pm: Edward McManus, parents John & Margaret, Nure
Sunday 8th 10am: Tony & Mary Duignan and deceased family members, Clonbulia
Monday 9th 7pm: Mass for the sick, followed by the Rosary
Wednesday 11th 7pm: First Confessions for children of Ardkeenan and Cornafulla N.S.
Thursday 12th 7pm: Mass for Confirmation Candidates of Ardkeenan, Cornafulla and Summerhill N.S.
Friday 13th 7pm: Tommy & Winnie Higgins, Ardkeenan
Saturday 14th 10.30am: Michael Berrigan, Clonark (Month’s Mind)
Saturday 14th 8pm: Phoebe & John Duignan, Doohan
Sunday 15th 10am: Thomas & Mary Ann Harney, Doohan and deceased family members
Clonown Mass Intentions
Sunday 8th 11am: Johnny & Annie Egan and deceased family members, Curraghnaboll
Sunday 15th 11am: Tommy & May Curley, Cuill
Rest In Peace
Gerry Lynch, Cedarwood Drive, Monksland
Michael Dempsey, Rugby, England and formerly of Crannagh
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a n-anam.
Do without and get out
In aid of Roscommon Palliative Care Unit. Come join us for a 5K walk for the seven weeks of Lent. Sunday 8th March from Drum Parish Hall at 5pm. €2 per person and children free.
St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast Morning
In aid of Ardkeenan N.S. on Tuesday 17th March from 10.30am–12.30pm in Drum Parish Hall. Why not join us after Mass for a Full Irish Breakfast. Admission: Adults €10, Children €3. Also, raffle on the morning. Please come along and support us.
Athlone Midland Samaritans need additional volunteers to maintain their befriending service. No experience necessary as training provided. If interested please call or text 085 2845010 or email email@example.com or visit samaritans.org. The Samaritans provide 24 emotional support on Freephone 116123.
Anyone who would like to host the Station Mass this spring can contact Drum Parish Office 090-6437125 to arrange a date and time.
Trócaire Lenten Campaign
Envelopes containing Trócaire Fast Boxes are available at the back of the churches. Every home is asked to bring one and support Trócaire in helping people to make a living so that they can escape poverty.