Mohill Parish Newsletter

Sixth Sunday of Easter Sunday 22 May 2022


Mass Intentions

Sat 21 20.00 . . Sean Wynne MM

. . . . . . . . . . . . . Joe Moran & DFM, Drumrahill

. . . . . . . . . . . . . .John Spratt, Shannagh Grove

Sun 22 10.30 . .Mamie & Benny Higgins Corbohill

. . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pat & Ellie Doran (nee McCrann)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mai & Paddy Logan & DFM

Eslin 09.00. . . . Rita, Sonny & Paul Wynne & DFM Corraterriff

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cissie Bohan, Corrigeen

Wed 25 10.00 . Bridget McGovern & DFM

Thurs 26 10.00 Teresa, Peter, & Arnold Fitzpatrick

Sat 28 20.00 . . .Gretta & Tom Pat Early & DFM

Sun 29 10.30 . . .Bridget & Tommy McCrann & DFM Hyde Terrace

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Kevin Casey, Drumcroy

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Christy McCaffrey, Ussaun



Please pray for the repose of the soul of Eileen McGinley (nee Burns), Drumrahill whose funeral took place recently. May she rest in peace.


Sat evening 7pm—Mohill Church

Weekday Mass - Mon to Fri-10am

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


Eucharistic Adoration

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


Mohill Pastoral Council

Over the coming weeks members of the Pastoral Council will be making contact with parishioners, inviting them to become involved in Church services



Congratulations to the following Boys and Girls who received their

First Holy Communion


Juliette Afford ***** Sophia Beirne

Ian Beirne ********* Noah Butler

Gerald Casey ****** James Cassidy

Ethan Chamunorwa * Dean Clyne

Dania Dcouth ****** Isabella Dzialak

Zack Farren ******* Lauryn Fitzpatrick

Reece Gilheany *****Eimantas Lenksas

Ella McCaffrey *****Cole McCrann

Leann McDonagh ***Sean McGarry

Annie McKeon *****Ethan McManus

Roise McNulty ***** Rachel Mitchell

Emily Moran ****** Mollie Moran

Kayson Moran *****Terence Scollan

Kaylum Sheridan ***Nicola Skrzek



Pope Francis

Dear brothers and sisters: In our continuing catechesis on the meaning and value of old age in the light of God’s word, we now turn to the great biblical figure of Job. Job’s persevering faith amid profound suffering led him to understand that God, who often appears silent in the face of evil, is nonetheless mysteriously present with his redemptive mercy and love. In his affliction, Job rejects the facile explanations of evil offered by his friends and pours out all his violent pain and protest before God. At the same time, he expresses his trust in God’s justice, to be revealed in due time


Mohill Family Support Centre 

is celebrating 20 years in business. The Directors, Management and Staff would like to invite you to join us and be part of the celebration on Friday, June 3 rd  at 2pm - 5pm. We will have array of cultural activities and food that will suit everyone. Please RSVP by May 27 th  to  


Further Education and Training Centre, Hilly Road, Drumshanbo

is hosting an OPEN DAY on June 1 st  2022 from 10am to 8pm. Find out about our QQI Level 5 Adult Education Courses in Business Administration, Health Nutrition and Food Science, Tourism with Business and Traditional Irish Music. Refreshments provided on the day. Feel free to pop in for a friendly chat and a cuppa – it might just change your life!! For more information, please go to our website  or call Sean Bailey on 086-0624200


Seeing your life through the Lens of the Gospel

Jesus seeks to reassure his followers in the face of his imminent death. Although he will be leaving them he promises them the gift of the Spirit. How have you been aware of the gift of the Spirit of God in your life?

Remember times of separation from a loved one, through change of residence or other circumstances. How has the love between you been a support after the separation?

To his followers Jesus promises ‘we will come and make our home with them’. Our God is not a distant God but one who lives in us. What has helped you to be aware of the closeness of God to you?


The Pray for Life Novena

is an invitation to join thousands of people across Ireland to pray for the protection of human life, from Monday 23 May to the Feast of the Visitation on 31 May 2022.  Each day’s intention is accompanied by a short reflection and suggested actions to help build a culture of life in Ireland.  Visit  for the daily novena prayers.  This is an initiative of the Council for Life of the Irish Catholic Bishops’ Conference.



Money Matters

Offertory Collection ………….. €1,564