Latest Bulletins

Mass Intentions

Sun. 28th 10am Janet Bonner
Owen & Maeve Gallagher
Fri. 2nd 7.30pm Brendan McCusker
Sat. 3rd 7pm M.M. Anthony (Tony) Molloy
Sun. 4th 10am Tommy, Eileen & Pat McCarron

Eucharistic Ministers May:


Chris McGrath
Fiona Dillon
Claire Winters
Thomas McCarron
Freda McDonnell 
Damian McAleer
Michelle Hunter
Oran Sludden
Barry Campbell
Eamon Colton


Readers May:

Geraldine Teague
Matt McNulty

Congratulations to the 38 children of our Parish who made their First Holy Communion last Saturday. We hope that with the support of their parents and others they may have a lifelong love of Christ in the Holy Eucharist

Logan Bonner                  Cathan Corrigan                           Eoin Corrigan

Maitiu Corrigan              Michael Dobbin                             Ava Donnelly

Redon Howard-Alija       Maeve Hunter                               Patrick Maguire

Aimee Martin                  Roisin Matthews                           Emily McCaffrey

Clodagh McCarron         Matt McCrory                               Cait McCusker

Caitlin McDonnell           Coen McFadden                            Cliodhna McKenna

Caitlin McLaughlin        Darragh McNulty                         Anna McQuaid

Maisie McQuaid               Caitlin-Rose Molloy                    Caoimhe Ni Chuireain

Sarah Nugent                  Fiachra O’Hare                             Caitlin Walsh

Ben Warnock                  Brennan Winters                           Michael Winters

Luke Brogan                   Rose Barrett                                  Ava-Grace Leonard

Conleth O’Neill               Dara O’Neill                                  Tierna O’Neill

Maddie Quinn                 Nico Simpson


IMPORTANT!!!! Tuesday, 6 June,

has been set aside in our diocese as a day of prayer, reflection, and discussion for all the clergy as they come together, with the help of a number of lay people, to discern the future direction of pastoral ministry in this area over the next 10 years. Please note that there will be no Masses (including Funerals) across the Diocese of Clogher on Tuesday 6 June 2023. This day is just one part of the early stages of discerning a Pastoral Plan for the whole diocese and how parishes and pastoral areas will work in the future.


A meeting is taking place in the Sports Complex Sunday 4th June after 10am Mass to provide all local people with an opportunity to respond to the Public Consultation on the future of the
3 local Primary Schools. Please attend as your support is required.
Computer access will be provided if required.


Dromore Community Playgroup are seeking to appoint a playgroup assistant, Monday – Friday afternoons. Please contact DCP or check our Facebook page for full details.

Lough Derg One Day Retreats in May: 

Saturday 20th and 27th, Monday 29th. €45 per person – booking essential – online at or by email or by phone 0035371 9861518

Important Notice:

From 1st May 2023 Masses in Dromore will be as follows:
Mon. 10am: Wed. 10am: Fri. 7.30pm: Sat. 7pm: Sun. 10am

The Friday 7.30pm Mass and the Sunday 10am Mass will be Multiple Intention Masses
Saturday 7pm Mass is for Months Mind and 1st Anniversary

For the time being Parishioners are asked to observe the following:

  • for booking Masses please go to the Sacristy after any Mass.
    (those living outside the Parish please get friends to do this for
  • those booking Baptisms / Weddings please ring 07882 663205
    On Tuesday 11am – 1pm
    Or Friday 11am – 1pm
  • Emergency sick calls to Fr. Dolan 028 8289 8641/07789796862

Music for A Summer’s Evening Concert

Join International Chart topping singers Fr Eugene O’Hagan from the multi-platinum selling classical group “The Priests” and International award winning singer Margaret Keys at Fisherwick Church, Belfast on Saturday 3rd June and St Malachy’s Church, Castlewellan on the 10th June at7.30pm together with the stunning Scala Strings Orchestra and guest choir for what promises to be a night of uplifting and much loved music. Tickets £20 and be obtained at or call 07812588010

Abortion: Changing the Narrative – a Statement of the Catholic Bishops

Five years on from the May 2018 referendum which removed the constitutional guarantee of the equal right to life of unborn children and their mothers, the Bishops of Ireland have issued a statement which also takes into account the recent review by Government of the abortion legislation introduced following the referendum. At that time the bishops said, “a new situation now exists in Ireland. It is essential for us as a Church, which cares passionately about the gift of life, and wants to support both mothers and their unborn children, to seek better ways of responding to this new and very challenging reality”. Today, bishops reaffirm the deep conviction of our faith, namely, that the dignity of every human life, from conception to natural death, is a value for the whole of society, rooted in reason as well as in faith. No matter what legislation is passed, the fundamental right to life for all human beings at every stage of development still prevails. The bishops remain convinced that the relevant law, the Health (Regulation of Termination of Pregnancy) Act 2018 will, in due course, be repealed. In the meantime, the Church will continue to seek loving and supportive protection for every mother and for every child in the womb, including babies diagnosed with a disability or a life-limiting condition. The bishops will continue to do their best to change the narrative through dialogue and by testifying, in season and out of season, to the Gospel of Life. How can People of Faith help? Read the full statement (which is available in the church and also on

Dromore CCE

All roads lead to Coalisland this weekend to the Thir Eoghain Fleadh. Best wishes to everyone taking part .. Solo competitions, Duets, Trios, Bands and Groups. Thank you to our Tutor Maggie Maguire.

Ulster Fleadh Book Anyone wishing to sponsor the Ulster Fleadh or place an advert in the Ulster Fleadh Book please contact Hugh 07704777043Anyone wishing to submit an article for the Fleadh Book please email article/ details to Accommodation Anyone interested in hosting visitors for the Ulster Fleadh Friday 21st July- Sunday 23rd July 2023 Please contact Hugh 07704777043 or Monica 07514100058.

Special Monaghan/Fermanagh Pilgrimage to Fatima

Archbishop Eamon Martin is leading a pilgrimage to Fatima from 20 – 27th July 2023. Pilgrims from all dioceses in Ireland are welcome to travel with him. Cost for 7 days is £799/€899 per person sharing. Single room supplement and insurance is additional. For further information contact Joe or Maureen McLaughlin on 00442890701606 or 00447711808207

Lough Derg 2023 Pilgrimage Season / / 00353 7198 61518 Three Day Pilgrimages: 1st June until 15th August (last day to begin is 13th) Cost: €80. Booking Advised. One Day Retreat: Booking Advised. Admission: €45. Concessions available for groups. May: 1st, 7th, 9th / Aug: 19th, 22nd, 27th / September: 2nd, 6th, 9th, 12th, 16th, 17th, 23rd, 24thResidential Retreat (4 nights) : 11th-15th June & 6th-10th August. Cost €400 single room / €325 sharing. Full board from Sunday evening meal until lunch Thursday. To book email:

Dromore Sports Complex:- Adult Classes

Adult Classes Wednesday
Pilates: 7pm-8pm – £5 per session

Children’s Classes Wednesday Evening Fundamentals- 6pm-6.45pm (3-5yrs) £3.50 per session. Great class for developing agility, balance and co-ordination skills
Thursday evening Mini Soccer- 5pm-6pm (6-8yrs) £3.50 per session
Tai Jitsu- 7pm-8pm (6-12yrs)- £3.50 per session

Holy Trinity Church Hall Dromore  “The Ark”

baby and toddlers group is held every Tuesday morning from 10am to 12pm.
All babies and toddlers with their carers’ welcome.

Be Alert

There continues to be fraudulent scams and alerts via telephone calls, emails, etc. Please continue to be aware and cautious of any unexpected activity or communication to you and to your vulnerable family members.


Please return Pyx for Holy Communion if not in use as we have none now left to give to people.