Mohill

Easter 2012: It was very uplifting to witness the large number of people attending the ceremonies over Easter. St. Patrick’s Church looked magnificent thanks to the Altar Society, and all who helped out during those very special days. The choir were a joy to listen to and we congratulate everybody concerned for making Easter 2012 a memorable one. Trocaire thanks parishioners for their support of this year’s Lenten campaign. Your contributions will help thousands of people in Northern Uganda as they begin their new lives after so much pain. For banking and security reasons Trocaire boxes will be taken up next weekend April 14 – 15. Please hold on to your Trocaire boxes until then. Thanking you for supporting Trocaire. The Divine Mercy Novena ends next Sunday April 15. A bus will travel from Mohill to Knock leaving the O’Carolan Monument at 10am on next Sunday April 15. Places are limited. Please book your seat with Mary or Ann at Mohill Post Office. “The more we receive in silent prayer, the more we can give in our active life.”

Easter 2012: It was very uplifting to witness the large number of people attending the ceremonies over Easter. St. Patrick’s Church looked magnificent thanks to the Altar Society, and all who helped out during those very special days. The choir were a joy to listen to and we congratulate everybody concerned for making Easter 2012 a memorable one. Trocaire thanks parishioners for their support of this year’s Lenten campaign. Your contributions will help thousands of people in Northern Uganda as they begin their new lives after so much pain. For banking and security reasons Trocaire boxes will be taken up next weekend April 14 – 15. Please hold on to your Trocaire boxes until then. Thanking you for supporting Trocaire. The Divine Mercy Novena ends next Sunday April 15. A bus will travel from Mohill to Knock leaving the O’Carolan Monument at 10am on next Sunday April 15. Places are limited. Please book your seat with Mary or Ann at Mohill Post Office. “The more we receive in silent prayer, the more we can give in our active life.”

Fun Day: The local Foroige club are holding a fun day for everyone over the age of fifty five years in the community this fun filled day on Wednesday April 11 next at 3pm in the Canon Donohoe Hall. There will be bingo, card games, bowling etc, not forgetting refreshments. Come and enjoy the craic. Free admission. We extend a Cead Mile Failte to all.

Table Quiz: Mohill Agricultural Show Committee will host a table quiz on Friday April 20 at 9pm in J’s Hotel, Main Street, as a fund-raiser for their 85th annual show day which will take place on Sunday August 19 2012. To whom it may concern, now is the time to get your team together for this quiz on Friday April 20. Your support will be greatly appreciated.

Line dancing: Now is the time to get your dancing shoes on and come to J’s Hotel, Main Street, on Wednesday night at 9pm , where line-dancing for beginners will be in full-swing. Come and bring a friend. We extend a Cead Mile Failte to all.

Mohill Bridge Club: There was a full attendance at bridge on April 4 last. Results as follows: 1st Kay Dolan – Mary Scollan. 2nd Bella Wrynn – Helen Rutter. 3rd Ella Gannon – Marie Walpole Tredwith. Margaret Nellis and Peg Byrne. 4th Annie Cooe – Dorothy O’Connor. Play continues every Wednesday night here in J’s Hotel commencing 7.45pm. New players always welcome.

Mohill GAA Lotto: The numbers drawn on the April 2 last were 5, 7, 15 and 21. There was no jackpot winner. The lucky dip winners are the following; €20 Michael Lynam, Cloone, €20 Rocky Hacket, €20 Elizabeth McGuinness, Drumhanny, €20 May Tobin, Treanmore, Mohill, €20 Gerry Beirne, Coolebawn, Mohill. The draw on April 9 was held in O’Brien’s with the jackpot €10,500. Thanking you for your support. Proceeds go to fund our club. If you’re not in, you can’t win.

Seán Lynam: It was with deep regret we learned of the death of Seán Lynam, Cappagh, Mohill and Gorthnalougher, Cloone, who died on April 3 in the wonderful care of the doctors, nurses and staff at Sligo General Hospital. He was a gentleman who was a great family man, a loving husband, father, papa, brother and a most obliging neighbour and loyal friend. His removal took place to St. Patrick’s Church Mohill on Monday morning last for his Funeral Mass which was a celebration of Seán’s life and was representative of all sections of the community who came to pay their final respects and to sympathise with his dear wife Anna, son, daughter, grandchildren, brothers, sister, their extended families and all who mourn Seán at this sad time. “Those we love remain with us for love itself lives on and cherished memories never die, because a loved one’s gone.” May he rest in peace.

William Notley: The death of Willie Notley, Cloonboney, Mohill, at the nursing home, Rooskey, on April 4 has caused widespread regret in the local community. Willie was a gentleman of many qualities whom it was always a pleasure to meet. He had a wealth of knowledge from yesteryear and he loved recalling the dancing and plays in Cloonturk Hall where we all danced our cares away and had a lovely time. Willie, was a most devoted brother and uncle, who will always be lovingly remembered by his family, neighbours and many friends, who will miss him dearly. His removal took place from his home to Cloonturk Church on Holy Thursday, his burial was on Good Friday to Annaduff Cemetery and his Funeral Mass on Easter Sunday was highly representative of all sections of the community, which was a tribute to the high esteem in which he and his family were held, and to whom we offer our deepest sympathy. “He is gone no further from us than to God”. May his dear soul rest in peace.

Baptisms:To the following who are were baptised in St. Patrick’s Church, Mohill, we welcome into the Christian community Dylan McDermott, Cnoc-na-Greine, Mohill. Callum Evans, Main St., Mohill, and Jessica Collins, Finiskill. We wish all those little darlings together with their adoring parents a life filled with love and every blessing now and in the years ahead.

Welcome back: His many friends in Cloone and Mohill welcome back Mick Brady to Drumhalla after his stay in Scotland. Everybody is delighted to see Mick back in the old homestead, especially all the ladies friends from Cloone. Keep smiling Mick.

Eucharistic Adoration:There is Eucharistic Adoration every Thursday here in St. Patrick’s Church, Mohill from 10.30am to 10pm. You are welcome to come and make a visit. “No prayer, no matter how how short is every wasted. Prayer is a gift from God.”

North West Hospice Fund-raiser: Peter and Josephine McLoughlin Mohill are holding a fundraising dance in aid of the North West Hospice in the Landmark Hotel, Carrick-on-Shannon on Monday April 16, 2012. Ten different artists appearing on the night. Full details next week.

Leitrim Rose 2012: Calling all Leitrim girls from home and around the world. We want you to represent your town or parish in this year’s Leitrim Rose of Tralee. Saturday May 5 in the Landmark Hotel is the big day when one lucky Leitrim girl will be given the opportunity of the most amazing time of their life. There are big boots to fill, as the 2011 Leitrim Rose Brenda Stenson from Eslin has been a true ambassador for Leitrim as have all our previous Leitrim Roses. Applications are now being taken. For more information please contact us on Facebook, www.roseoftraleee.ie, roseleitrim@gmail.com, or 085-7845766

Baptism: Our warmest congratulations to Peter and Pauline Reynolds, Stuck, Eslin, whose daughter Kayla Marie, was baptised last week. And we wish Kayla Marie a life filled with love and every blessing now and in the future.

Wedding Bells: We wish to add our congratulations to the many received by Richard Duff and Helen Burke, Dublin, who were married recently here in St. Patrick’s Church, with reception afterwards in Lough Rynn Castle. Wishing Richard and Helen good luck, good health and much happiness. Now and in the future.