Newsletter – 1st November 2020

St Mary’s Drom


St Laurence O’Toole Inch

Fr. Martin Murphy: 0504 51196 / 0863868877. Drom Sacristy: 0504 31008 / 0876509612

Fr Tom Egan 0868199678

Weekend Mass:

Saturday: Inch7:30pm.  Sunday: Drom 10:30am.

Weekday Mass: Drom Church 9:30am

Webcam Site:

1st November 2020

INCH 7:30 pm                            WE REMEMBER                                  DROM 9:30 am    

Mick and Mary Ryan, BarnaneJimmy and Peggy Kirwan
Thady Ryan in Inch Monday 2nd 7:30 pmMary Troy in Drom Monday 2nd 10:30 am
 Marion McDonagh nee (Kennedy Graigue) died in Scotland Friday 6th at 9:30 am in Drom


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Our loved ones were always faithful in praying for the dead and, thank God, we continue to follow in their footsteps. We remind ourselves of the words of Judas Maccabaeus from the Book of Maccabees:

                                   “It is a noble and glorious thought to pray for the dead”.

We can gain and indulgence for the dead by the following: From 12 noon on Sunday, all who have confessed, received Holy Communion and prayed for the pope’s intentions can gain a plenary indulgence by visiting a church, and there reciting the Our Father and the Creed. Also by visiting a cemetery and praying for the dead from the 1st to the 8th November and following the conditions above. We are unable now to fulfil the conditions but in time we will and God will grant us our wishes.