(English) Newsletter – Sunday 6th July 2014

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Drum Mass Intentions
Saturday 5th 8pm: Danny & Phyllis Dolan, Newtown
Sunday 6th 10am: Paddy Murray & deceased family members, Curraghaleen
Saturday 12th 8pm: Thomas & Kathleen Nicholson, also son Oliver, Cornafulla South
Sunday 13th 10am: Mary, John and Pat Hynes, Johnstown

Clonown Mass Intentions
Sunday 6th 11am: John, Margaret & Michael Dunning
Sunday 13th 11am: Patrick Ward, late of Curraghnaboll and Letterkenny

Rest In Peace
Karen Naughton, Johnstown
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam.

Wedding Bells
Congratulations to Ann McManus and Graham Donohoe on their recent wedding.
Go maire siad a saol úr.

Pieta House West
A church gate collection will be held in Drum on 12th and 13th July. Your support for this worthy cause would be greatly appreciated.

Parish Holy Hour
Thursday 10th July from 8-9pm in Ss. Peter & Paul’s Church, Athlone, marking the retirement of Bishop Christopher Jones and the Episcopal Ordination of Fr. Kevin Doran as Bishop of Elphin.

Thank You
Midlands Simon Community would like to thank the Community of Drum for supporting their recent church gate collection. A sum of €335 was raised.

Fundraising BBQ
Millars Bar and Restaurant, Ballydangan are having their 13th annual BBQ in aid of the Neo-Natal Clinic in Galway and Camcloon National School on Sunday 6th July at 5.30pm. A great family fun day out… live music, delicious food, bouncy castles, nail art, face painting and wonderful raffle prizes.

Thank You
Ardkeenan N.S. would like to thank most sincerely all who participated and supported their recent fun run. It was a great success.

Charity Tax Relief Forms
Charity tax relief forms are available from Drum Parish Office or at the back of the Church. Your support would be greatly appreciated.

Reek Sunday 2014
Croagh Patrick National Pilgrimage will take place on Sunday 27th July. Reek Sunday has always been the traditional pilgrimage day and people are encouraged to climb on this day as it is the one day of the year where there are ample services laid on.

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