Drum Mass Intentions
Satuday 26th 8pm: John Kenny, Dugra
Sunday 27th 10am: Thomas & Josephine Connor, Clonark
Monday 28th 7pm: Mass for the sick
Tuesday 29th 7pm: John & Tim Duignan, Doohan and Dublin
Wednesday 30th 7pm: Hannah & Thomas Lennon, Clonrulla
Saturday 3rd 10.30am: Walter Furlong, St. Coman’s Park (Month’s Mind)
Saturday 3rd 8pm: Patrick & Mary Kennedy, Johnstown
Sunday 4th 10am: Mai Henry, Drumlosh
Clonown Mass Intentions
Sunday 27th 11am: Joe & Ned Roche, Togher
Sunday 4th 11am: Willie & Tommy Ward, Curraghnaboll
Monksland Area Mass
Sunday 27th April at 11.30am in Monksland Community Centre. All welcome.
Rest In Peace
Charlie O’Neill, Mount Florence
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.
Seán Gerard Lennon
Céad míle fáilte! Congratulations to their parents.
Clonown/Athlone 5k-10k Run
Best wishes to all participants and organisers. Takes place this Sunday 27th April 2014 in Clonown. Starting times as follows: 2pm for 5K run (over 16s only); 2.30pm for 10k run (over 18s only). Registration opens at 12.30pm in Clonown Community Centre. Further details on www.clonown.com and www.facebook.com/Athlone10krun
South Roscommon Vintage Club
The South Roscommon Vintage Club Annual Charity Road Run will start at Shine’s, Baylough, Athlone on Sunday 4th May at 10am. For further details contact Liam Keogh at 087-7565147.
Drum Community Centre
Sports hall and meeting rooms available for bookings. All enquiries to John Murphy, Manager at 085-8712222.
‘Join Our Boys‘
As you know many volunteers are working tirelessly to raise money for the trust and are making a huge difference but we still need more help nationally to keep things moving along. We are deeply humbled by the support given by the parish and would like to thank everyone involved. We would just like to acknowledge all the goodwill and effort that has been shown to us to date. It means so much to us. At this stage our main goal is to keep marching, keep positive and somehow maintain hope. On behalf of Paula, Pádraig, Archie, George and Issac.
Papal Remembrance Mass
In remembrance of Blessed John Paul II’s special trip to Clonmacnoise as part of his visit to Ireland in 1979, Holy Mass will be celebrated by Bishop Francis Duffy, Bishop of Ardagh and Clonmacnoise on Sunday 27th April at 3pm on the ruins of the monastery at Clonmacnoise, Co. Offaly marking the canonisation of Blessed John Paul II. All are welcome.
‘Come and See’
Spiritual programme commences on Saturday 3rd May after 6.30pm Vigil Mass in Ss. Peter & Paul’s Church, Athlone and running for 7 weeks. All welcome.
Society of St. Vincent de Paul
SVP would like to assist your spring-cleaning efforts! Donations welcome for the Athlone shop, Vincent’s, 18 O’Connell St. Clean wearable clothes, school uniforms, bed linen, curtains, bric-a-brac, etc. Please note that electrical goods and beds/mattresses cannot be accepted.