(English) Newsletter – Sunday 27th October 2013

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Drum Mass Intentions
Saturday 26th 8pm: Eamon Griffin, Ardkeenan
Sunday 27th 10am: Pauline, Peter & Kathleen Watson, Kilmacormack
Wednesday 30th 7pm: Frances Watson, late of Ardkeenan
Thursday 31st 8pm: Dinny Owen McManus, Dugra
Friday 1st 10am: All Saints’ Day – Michael, Sarah & Teresa Keena, also Mary & Bernard Gillick
Saturday 2nd 8pm: All Souls’ Day – Mass for the Faithful Departed
Sunday 3rd 10am: Thomas Murray, Gorrynagowna
Sunday 3rd 10.45am: Rosary in Drum Cemetery

Clonown Mass Intentions
Sunday 27th 11am: Laurence & Rose Shine and deceased family members, Curraghnaboll
Friday 1st 8pm: All Saints’ Day – Stephen, Annie & Patrick Fallon and deceased family members
Sunday 3rd 11am: Mass

Rest In Peace
Catherine (Kitty) Henson, Ballinasloe (sister of Eileen Lawless, Cornafulla)
Jimmy Kirwan, Chapel Street, Athlone (father of Margaret Shine, Clonown)
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a n-anam.

Lá na Naomh Uile
All Saints Day

Friday 1st November is a holy day of obligation. Mass times:
-Drum: Vigil (Thursday) 8pm, Friday 10am.
-Clonown: Friday 8pm.
-Ss Peter & Paul’s Church: Vigil (Thursday) 6.30pm, Friday 9.30am, 6.30pm.

Drum Branch Apostolic Workers
Annual coffee morning, cake sale, sale of work and mission display in Drum Parish Hall on Sunday 3rd November at 11am, immediately following Rosary in cemetery at 10.45am. Please support our own missionaries at work in foreign countries.

Drum Active Age Group
An important meeting of the group will be held in Drum Parish Hall on Tuesday 29th October at 3pm to discuss the future of the group. New members are welcome and needed if it is to continue.

November Envelopes
Are available at the back of the church for those who wish to have their deceased relatives and friends prayed for during the month of November.

Céad Míle Fáilte
This week we welcome Fr. Bonaventure Kamuli to our parish. Fr. Bon (as he prefers to be called) is a native of Tanzania and is a priest of the Archdiocese of Mwanza. He was ordained on 17th December 2000 and he has a Master’s Degree in International Communications from Dublin City University as well as several degrees in theology and communications on his native country. Fr. Bon will be working in the parish until the end of November this year. We are very privileged to have him in our parish and he can be assured of a very warm welcome.

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