Sunday 3rd March 2024



Mass Intentions

Sat 2                 19.30                   Elizabeth Rattigan, Hill St

Sun 3                10.00                Michael Flynn, Drumlowan

Eslin                 09.00                                                              

            Sat 9                 19.30                Elaine May (nee Reilly) 1st anniv

                                                Caroline Moran & DFM

Sun 10  10.00                                                               

Gorvagh 09.00                                                                


Confession—Sat evening 6.30pm in Mohill

 First Sat—Mass at 10am & Confessions after Mass.

Weekday Masses during Lent

Mohill 7.30am & 10am


Mass Times March 9th & 10th

Sat March 9th  —     Mohill 7.30pm

Sun March 10th   –   Gorvagh  9.00am

                                    Mohill 10.00am

                                   Foxfield 11.30am


Eucharistic Adoration

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


A missionary group from Bethlehem , The Holy Land will be visiting our Parish on the 9th and 10th of March to briefly talk about the Holy Land and  to sell religious articles ( Crucifixes , Rosary Beads and Plaques ) made out of olive wood in Bethlehem to help and support the poor Christians families , any help you could give them it will be highly appreciated .



The Drumshanbo  Irish Music Course

Presents A Charity Music Concert

Ceol ó Chroí – Music from the Heart

The Mayflower, Drumshanbo, Co Leitrim on March 8 th 2024 at 8pm

Funds raised from the concert will go to supporting local charities:-

St Vincent de Paul Drumshanbo, North West STOP, Sligo Cancer Care Service and The Capuchin Day Centre

Tickets E10 on the door, u 12s free

Tickets can be bought via Eventbrite or on the door. Donations can be made through iDonate


Mohill ICA

Are meeting in the Canon Donohoe Hall on Tuesday 5th March at 8.00pm followed by a talk at 8.30pm by herbalist on “Living Well with Herbs” all welcome to this informative evening with raffle and refreshments


Volunteers Needed 

Would you be willing to provide companionship visit or make friendly calls to Older People once a week for an hour or two? ALONE are seeking volunteers in your area. Full training and support provided. If interested please sign up here: 


Mohill library

Come celebrate Seachtain na Gaelige with an art exhibition based on the book ‘Brian O ’Lynn’ by Fionnuala Maxwell & Kate Murtagh Sheridan from March 1st – 22nd. Pop in to view. Lovely scavenger hunt to accompany the art works.


Every Wednesday

Citizens Information drop in clinic 3-4pm. No appointment needed.


Leitrim Adult Educational Guidance Service Walk in Information Clinic

Tuesday March 12th 12-4pm


Harp & Song Recital Friday 15th March at 7pm

Claire Roche will sing accompanied by the harp to start off St. Patrick’s weekend. Included in her program will be a selection of W.B Yeats poems set to music


Extracts from the Irish Episcopal Conference Message regarding the Referendums on March 8th

While ‘Marriage’ entails a public and legal commitment, the term ‘durable relationship’ is shrouded in legal uncertainty and is open to wide interpretation. It does not make sense that such an ambiguous reality would be considered ‘antecedent and superior to all positive law’ and acquire the same ‘inalienable and imprescriptible’ rights as those ascribed to the ‘family founded on marriage’. Various commentators have suggested that the term ‘durable relationship’ risks leading to unforeseen and unintended consequences.


The proposed amendment would have the effect of abolishing all reference to motherhood in the Constitution and leave unacknowledged the particular and incalculable societal contribution that mothers in the home have made and continue to make in Ireland. The present constitutional wording does not in any way inhibit women from working or taking their proper place in social and public life. It does, however, respect the complementary and distinct qualities that arise naturally within the Family. The role of mothers should continue to be cherished in our Constitution.


Money Matters

Offertory Collection .€1,335

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