Mohill Parish Newsletter

Twenty-Seventh Sunday of Ordinary 2 October 2022


Mass Intentions

Sat 1 20.00 Stephen, Kathleen Flynn & Sr Marius, Glebe St

. . . . . . . . . .. Kevin Moran, Treanmore

. . . . . . . . . . .Anna McWeeney, Drimna

Sun 2 10.30. Mary (Mae) Shanley MM

Tues 4 10.00 Sean Rehill

Fri 7 10.00 . .William & Kathleen Colreavy. Ohill

Sat 8 20.00 . .Sean, Christina & Charlie O’Beirne & DFM

Sun 9 10.30 . John Gordon Treanmore & DFM

. . . . . . . . . . . .John Joe, Mary & Ann Reynolds, Satrissaun


First Friday

Next Friday is the First Friday with the usual arrangements for the sick and housebound.



Please pray for the repose of the soul of Jim McIntyre, formerly Adoon Gorvagh & Drumboy Mohill who died in Luton. May he rest in peace.


No Mass in Eslin and Gorvagh on Sun Oct 16



Sat evening 7pm—Mohill Church

Weekday Mass - Mon to Fri-10am


Eucharistic Adoration

takes place each Thursday after 10am Mass until 6pm—Benediction the first Thurs of the month at 5.45pm


Mass on the first Sat of the month at 10am—Confessions


Coastal Rosary for Faith & Life in Ireland

On Sunday October 9th, the annual Coastal Rosary will take place at 2.30pm.  Join thousands of people from around Ireland to pray the Rosary for Life and Faith at our coasts, grottos, rivers, churches, and other suitable places.  Simply sign up a Rosary location at  www.  or  text your location to 087 278 6552.


Learn to play Bridge:

Thurs 6 th  Oct 11am-12:45pm


3-week Meditation class. Thursday 6 th , 13 th,  and 20 th  of October.

10:00am-10:50am. Booking is essential as places are limited.


Writers Group meet every Tuesday from 5:30pm-18:45pm. New members welcomed.


Any enquires please call on 071 9631360 or email  

or call in.



Mohill Library Events


Mohill & District Historical Society Presents: 

Leitrim Decade of Centenaries Symposium 1922

Thursday13th - Sunday 16th October


Thursday 13th @7pm Mohill Library

Film showing of Sheemore Ambush by Edwina Guckian


Friday 14th @7pm Mohill Library

Selton Hill Art Exhibition by Sinead Guckian


Saturday 15th day trip to Glasnevin cemetery and Collins Barracks. Booking is essential.


Sunday 16th - Day Symposium in Lough Rynn Castle. Booking is essential. Speakers include Dr. Padraig McGarty, Sinead Guckian, Sean O'Suilleabhain, Padraig Griffith and Fionnuala Maxwell


Booking is essential for Saturday and Sunday as spaces are limited.

Book on eventbrite @ Leitrim Decade of Centenaries

For further information please email


  Seeing you life through the Lens of the Gospels

Faith can move mountains… well it can certainly get us moving. Recall a time when you were full of self-doubt, skepticism about a project, or lacking trust in God. What was that like? Contrast this with times when you believed in yourself, or in the value of a project you had undertaken, or when your faith and trust in God was strong. What kind of faith have you found enriched your life?

Faith is like a mustard seed, small­, and sometimes we may be tempted to wait till our faith grows. Part of the message in the gospel is to use the faith we have, even though it may be small. That is how we grow in belief in ourselves and in God’s presence in our lives. Does your experience back up this?

It is nice when what we do is recognised and acknowledged, but the desire for recognition leaves us vulnerable. It is not always forthcoming. It can be helpful if our main motivation in doing something is the value of the action itself. Have you experienced this?

This is particularly true when it comes to love. Love is a free gift. What is given lovingly is not given because of a claim. What is your experience of the freedom of love given and received?



Money Matters

Offertory Collection ………. € 1,420