We invite parents of students in the primary and secondary schools in Mohill to donate old school uniforms to the Mohill family support centre. The uniforms will be passed onto families in need. Please drop the uniforms into the Canon Donohoe Hall. For more information phone us on 071 9631263.


An important meeting will take place in Eslin Community Centre on this Wednesday 8th June at 9pm.We need parents to get involved . Don’t leave it up to one or two. No parents , no camp.


Priests of the diocese will be on retreat this week. In these very difficult days for laity and clergy it is important to take time out and rediscover the call of the Gospel. Pray for us that we may be true to our calling and faithful in our shepherding. Thank you.


Our warmest congratulations to Oriel Cox Anfield and Garret Glancy Kilmore who were united in matrimony in St Mary’s Church Annaduff last week. Following the ceremony a reception for family and friends was enjoyed at Lough Rynn Castle. Their many friends here in Mohill join with me in wishing Garret and Oriel good luck good health and every blessing now and in the future.


The organising committee of Gorvagh Community Centre wish to congratulate the Lough Rynn Players on their brilliant presentation of “Anyone Can Rob a Bank” which they staged at the centre last Friday night. It was an enjoyable and a great success. Some of the proceeds went to fund the centre for which the committee are most grateful and we take this opportunity to thank the Lough Rynn Players for bringing their production to Gorvagh. It was thoroughly enjoyed by all who attended . Keep up the good work.


On the 24th May 2011 the parish of Annaduff lost one of its oldest most respected ladies when Josephine Rowley Drumcree Drumsna Mohill died in the loving care of the doctors nurses and staff at St Patrick’s Hospital Carrick on Shannon. Jodie as she was most affectionately known was a wonderful lady who had a wealth of knowledge from yesteryear, a great sense of humour whom it was always a joy to meet. A most caring and obliging neighbour and above all a loving wife mother and grannie sadly she was predeceased by her husband and grandson RIP. Remembering back the years when she was a native member of Annaduff ICA and Annaduff Legion of Mary she never missed a meeting and was an inspiration to us all. Her removal took place from the residence of her son Mel to St Mary’s Church Annaduff and was representative of all sections of the community as was the attendance at her con-celebrated Mass on Friday which was a celebration of Jodies life. Our sympathies are with her sons daughters sons in law daughters in law grandchilden and their extended families neighbours & friends. May her dear soul rest in peace.


All roads will lead to Abbeylara on Sunday 12th June for their annual field day which will commence at 12noon with a vintage parade and display of cars tractors and motor bikes auto jumble sponsored by Kanes of Granard and in association with motorsport Ireland there will be midget car racing also tractor / trailer reversing wellie throwing donkey derbies, dog show bouncing castles go karts grand prix style, fun fair, food stalls etc and last but not least a prize for the best dressed lady. Toilets on site free car parking and children free. Proceeds in aid of parish centre. Please support.


The people of Mohill wish to join with me in sympathising with Mrs Mary McCauley Dromard Mohill ad the family of Nellie Higgins on the death of a dear mother and sister. Her burial took place following requiem mass in Cloone Cemetery last week. May she rest in peace.


His many friends here in Mohill Bridge Club were very sad on hearing of the death of one of their esteemed members James Dooner Ballinamore who died at Cavan General Hospital on 23rd May2011 after a long illness which he bore with dignity. James was a born gentleman very caring and understanding. He was a noted barber brilliant bridge player and great family man who will be very sadly missed but fondly remembered by his family customers bridge players and friends. His removal took place from his residence to Ballinamore Church where members of Ballinamore and Mohill Bridge Clubs formed a guard of honour for one of their most dedicated embers and where a large crowd gathered to sympathise with his dear wife,son brothers sisters nephews nieces and their extended families and to whom we offer our most sincere sympathy. His burial took place on Thursday following requiem Mass where again people from all sections of the community gathered to pay their final respects. May his gentle soul rest in peace.


Congratulations and God’s blessings on Fr John Leogue PP Fuerty and Athleague Co Roscommon and originally from Station Road Mohill who celebrates the Silver Jubilee of his ordination today June 8th. Youngest son of the late Maura (Diffley) and Joe Leogue of Station Road , Fr John was ordained for the diocese of Elphin on Sunday June 8th 1986. Fr John and his fellow priests who were ordained in1986 and 1951,1961 will celebrate this big occcasion in Maynooth college on June 14th with con-celebrated Mass will be at 3pm on Union Day when the college will honour the Diamond , Golden and Silver Jubilarians. We wish Fr John and all his fellow jubilarians every blessing as they continue their ministry.