Latest Bulletins

Masses Intentions

Wed.26th 10am Paul Slack Mullinacross Fold
Fri.28th 7.30pm Dec. of McGrath Family Cornamuck
Sat.29th 10am Michael O’Connor & dec. of O’Connor family
Sat.29th 7pm Nell McAleer & her mother Brigid O’Brien
Sun.30th 10am Sarah Ann and Joe McNabb Rahoney

Eucharistic Ministers September:

 

7pm

Shauna Dillon                         

Cathy Teague                                     

Damien McAleer                             

Chris McGrath                                  

Bernie Irvine

10am

Roisin Melarkey

Freda McDonnell

Michelle Hunter

Phelim McCarron

Ruairi Teague

Readers August:

7pm                                         

Lauren Molloy

10am

Colton Bros.

Envelopes:

Those who would like to put their names down for a box of envelopes to support the Parish please contact Fr. MacEntee 028 8289 8641 or p.macentee1@gmail.com It is by far the Parishes main source of income.

Cleaning of the Chapel

Thursday 27th January at 7pm All help appreciated

School Retreats available at Knock Shrine:

We are delighted to announce that the Youth Ministry at Knock Shrine will resume school retreats throughout 2022. School retreats are available to both primary and secondary schools and offer students a meaningful, spiritually uplifting day to reflect within themselves and experience quality time with their fellow students. Retreat programmes are flexible and can be tailored to suit your group’s needs or time limitations. If you would like to plan a school retreat, please get in touch with a member of our Youth Ministry team: T: (094) 93 75321 E: youthministry@knockshrine.ie or find out more at www.knockshrine.ie/news

Catholic Schools Week

Today marks the beginning of Catholic Schools Week 2022. During this week, we aim to celebrate the unique contribution that Catholic schools, both primary and post-primary, make to supporting each other and living out Jesus’ message of the Gospel. This year’s theme is ‘Catholic Schools: Living Life to the Full’. Our parish is joining in the celebrations Sunday of the Word of God. Today is also a day set aside for the celebration, study and dissemination of sacred Scripture; Scripture is a foundational part of our Catholic tradition and central to our relationship with God. Let us open our minds to understand the mission of Christ and the Church in our world through the Word of God. Week of Prayer for Christian Unity continues until Tuesday next. The theme this year is “We saw the star in the East, and we come to worship him” (Mt 2:2). It is a call to unity, from north, south, east and west, old and young, women and men. The resources for this year were compiled in Lebanon and reflect the civil conflict and experiences of the people there; a yearning for a light leading to the Saviour who overcomes darkness.

Dromore Sports Complex- :

WHSCT will be hosting a mobile Covid-19 Vaccination Clinic in Dromore Sports Complex on 25th January, from 4pm-8pm.Book online @ https://covid-19.hscni.net/get-vaccinated– See Facebook for further information.

Dromore GFC

are having an Oiche Na Seaimpni (Night Of Champions) celebratory Gala dinner to celebrate our county title in the Armagh City Hotel on Saturday 5th March. With tickets limited and a large crowd expected it is advised that tickets be bought as early as possible, buses to and from the venue will be available. Tickets must be ordered via WhatsApp or Text only with either Aodhan O’Donnell (07597 071205) or Donal Slevin (07786 150464), no orders with anyone else will be accepted; tickets are priced at £100 each.

Dromore CCE

The branch classes will resume on Monday 17th January 2022 in St John’s School, Dromore.
*Flute/ whistle Times *6 30 – 7 10pm Beginners 7 15- 7 55pm Itermediate7 55- 8 35pm

Advanced Fiddle Times6 15 -6 55pm Beginners 7 40pm – 8 20pm Intermediate/ Advanced

Banjo Times6 45- 7.25 Beginners 7 30 – 8 10pm Intermediate/ Advanced

Dromore Sports Complex

Staying Active Club continues Wednesday 19th January at 10.30am £3.50 per session

PYX

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