(English) Newsletter – Sunday 18th October 2009

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Domhnach na Misean
Mission Sunday

Drum Mass Intentions
Saturday 17th 9pm: Jim & Mary Ward and deceased family members
Sunday 18th 10am: Anthony McManus, Ardnanure
Tuesday 20th 11am: Clonark Station Mass in the home of John & Mary McGeehan
Tuesday 20th 7pm: Mary Gillick, Teresa Keena & Bernard Gillick
Wednesday 21st 7pm: Brian Murray
Friday 23rf 1.30pm: Wedding of Regina Gannon & Paul Philips
Friday 23rd 8.30pm: Rockfield & Southhill Station Mass in the home of Phil & Chris Keleghan
Saturday 24th 11am: Thomastown Station Mass in the home of Sean & Eileen Kelly
Saturday 24th 8pm: Johnny Dunning Jnr.
Sunday 25th 10am: Kathleen & Peter Watson, Kilmacormack

Clonown Mass Intentions
Sunday 18th 11am: Dunning family, Drumlosh
Sunday 25th: Laurence (Goss) & Rose Shine and deceased family members

Rest In Peace
Pat O’Beirne, Retreat Road, Athlone (father of Emer Glynn, Thomastown)
Mark Lenehan, Hodson Bay
Pakie Lennon, Doohan

Erin May McManus
Hannah Blythe Bohan Fitzpatrick

Thank You
For the Anonymous Donation of €100.00 towards the renovation of our Parish Hall in Drum.

Drum Cemetery Committee
Anyone interested in being part of a committee to oversee the work, development and maintenance of Drum cemetery, please contact Fr. Ray at 6437125.

Monksland Area Mass
On Tuesday 22nd October at 8pm in Monksland Community Centre. Everyone welcome.

Ceili and Barn Dancing
Classes in Drum Parish Hall (beside cemetery) every Thursday night from 8.30pm – 10pm. Everyone is welcome to come along and enjoy a night of music, dance and exercise.

Ss. Peter & Paul’s Church Maintenance Fund
Tickets for the draws will be available at the back of the church and outside the church next weekend, 24th & 25th October. Your support would be much appreciated. Full details available on www.drum.ie

Warmer Homes Scheme
Midland Warmer Homes Scheme on behalf of Sustainable Energy Ireland and the Department of Communications, Energy & Natural Resources are providing attic insulation & cavity wall insulation with grants available up to 90%. Eligible people include pensioners, people with a disability or mobility impairment and people on fuel allowance. For application forms please call or write to Midland Warmer Homes office, Curraghboy, 090-6488843 (Monday – Thursday, 10am-2pm).

Eucharistic Adoration
Consider committing to an Hour of Eucharistic Adoration per week, at Liturgical Centre, Castle Street. Times needed: Fridays: 2pm, 6pm; Saturdays: 9am, 4pm. 5pm. If interested, contact Sr Sonia 090-6498755.

Free pre-school places
Available from January 2010 (5 mornings per week) at ‘Naíonra Réalta Geala’ pre-school through the medium of Irish in Drum Community Centre. For further information please contact Catherine 086-0641910 Or (090) 6437411 after 6pm.


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