Latest Bulletins

Masses Intentions

Sun.13th 10am Una Gallogly
Mon.14th 10am Michael & Agnes Gallagher Cornamuck
Tues.15th 10am Paul McGirr
Thurs.17th 10am Charlie, Pat & Hannah Gallagher Doughrock
Fri.18th 7.30pm Kevin Monaghan
Sat.19th NO 10AM MASS – WEDDING 12 NOON
Sun.20th 10am Mary, Packie McNabb their daughter Christine and Kathleen & Joe McQuaid

Lough Derg 2021:

: Lough Derg regrets that it will not be possible in 2021 to reopen Station Island for the Traditional Three-Day Pilgrimage or even for the autumn programme of Day Retreats. Lough Derg will again offer the opportunity to “Do Lough Derg from wherever you are” on 3rd – 5th July.  The outdoor Pilgrimage on the Lough Shore Pilgrim Path will also be available as the summer goes on.  Further information from Lough Derg office 0(0353) 71 9861518 or www.loughderg.org.

A little bit of History.

The brass type Chalice we have used in the Church ( but presently only used by Fr. Mac Entee, because of the virus emergency. Fr. Dolan uses the silver one presented in remembrance of Fr Breen)  is actually one presented to the Parish in 1975 having a bit of history attached.   The Chalice and Paten were the property of Fr. James Doran of Amesbury , Massachusetts, the son of Rose (Mc Cusker) Doran who was born in Corbally.  After  Fr. Doran’s death it was used by Fr. Joseph Hyde of Lowell Massachusetts also a Mc Cusker descendant. It was presented to the Parish by Anna ( Mc Cusker) Mc Nulty, Longhill In memory of deceased members. About the time of the 1847 famine there were two curates in Dromore. One of them preached the necessity of emigration and many hundreds left. They formed a Dromore colony in Lowell, Massachusetts.

Walk for Nuala:

A 5k Walk in memory of the late Nuala McLaughlin (sister of Colette Sludden) will take place on Sunday 4th July 2021. Nuala was a native of Glencull, Ballygawley. The Walk will take place in the lovely countryside close to her family home in Glencull, Ballygawley. People can now register for the fundraiser which will take place from

5am – 9pm on the day. In the interest of health and safety and in the light of Covid Guidelines, it’s suggested that people stay with their partner or family unit when completing the 5k route and it’s suggested that families start and finish the route together.   To register for the 5k Walk and to Donate please follow the link:

https://www.klubfunder.com/Clubs/WALK%20FOR%20NUALA/EventRegistration

Dromore Sports Complex Blood Donation Session

on Tuesday 15th June 2021 from 1:00pm – 4:00pm & 5:00pm – 7:30pm. Note that donation sessions are now by appointment only; to book an appointment, please call 08085 534 653 between 10:00am and 4:30pm.

LOURDES2CLOGHER ’21:

As we cannot travel on pilgrimage to Lourdes this year, we will again hold a ‘virtual pilgrimage’ from July 5th-11th. Bringing the spirit of Lourdes to homes, churches and parishes across the diocese. Check out the schedule of Masses, Liturgies and other devotions and tune in over those days on our pilgrimage website www.lourdes2clogher.com and www.clogherdiocese.ie

Holy Communion

Many thanks to all those who helped with First Holy Communion last Saturday.  In particular, thanks to the children’s’ teachers and parents who prepared them for their big day.  Many thanks to Alice, Fergal and Stephen who provided the music and singing on the day and indeed previously on Confirmation day.  We are very grateful.

PYX

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

Credo Catechism Course:

Are you interested in learning more about the Catholic faith? Do you want to come to a deeper understanding about what the Church teaches and believes and why? Would you like to undertake this journey of religious instruction with others? If so, then you are welcome to join us for ‘CREDO’ – a new, free, online course on the Catechism of the Catholic Church. Organised and run by ‘Companions of the Gospel’ – a Catholic association of the faithful dedicated to the service of the New Evangelisation – CREDO (‘I believe’), begins on Thursday 3rd June at 8pm on Zoom and will be presented by Fr. Owen Gorman OCDS, a Clogher Diocesan priest and Third Order Secular Carmelite. The first part of CREDO will run for an initial eight meetings and will take place on Thursday evenings on a fortnightly basis. To access meetings please enter the following: Zoom Webinar Meeting ID (841 7305 8292); Passcode(8882021). 

St. Angela’s College Sligo

is offering a new, online MA (Religious Education and Social Justice) for September 2021. Please visit www.stangelas.nuigalway.ie for more.”

Alone Covid-19 Support Line for Older People

is open seven days a week, 8am – 8pm, by calling 0818 222 024