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The Parish of Drumlish lies in the Northern end of County Longford and is part of the Diocese of Ardagh and Clonmacnois. The Churches of the parish are located in the town of Drumlish and in the neighbouring village of Ballinamuck.

Drumlish Parish extends from the eastern side of the parish of Clonguish to a short distance beyond the village of Ballinamuck.

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“Tolerance is never the fruit of rejection of the other”

Date Published: 28/Sep/2018

  By Sarah Mac Donald - 26 September, 2018 In his homily at a Mass to open the academic year, Archbishop Diarmuid Martin warns that removing the Church entirely from Irish education could be “a deliberate misreading of Irish history”. Archbishop Diarmuid Martin giving a homily during Mass. (Photo: John Mc Elroy) Archbishop Diar...Read On

Acknowledge rather than defend errors of the past: Bishop McKeown

Date Published: 18/Sep/2018

By Sarah Mac Donald - Bishop of Derry tells pilgrims at National Padre Pio Pilgrimage in Knock, “It is a dangerous form of Christianity that believes we have to be a strong and influential organisation giving the lying impression of being pure and perfect.” Bishop of Derry, Dr Donal McKeown, and Archbishop of Armagh, Dr Eamon Martin. Pic: Ste...Read On

Diocese of Clogher to reduce number of Sunday Masses

Date Published: 17/Sep/2018

  By Sarah Mac Donald - 12 September, 2018 Reduction in Masses from 113 to 96 over the weekend of 6 to 7 October 2018 aims to offset the decline in priest numbers and the aging profile of those still in ministry. The number of Masses celebrated in the Diocese of Clogher each Sunday will be reduced by 15 per cent from the beginning of Octob...Read On

Bruton urges pro-life movement to create “supportive environment for life”

Date Published: 14/Sep/2018

By Sarah Mac Donald - Greater recognition must be given in Ireland's welfare system and tax codes to the cost of rearing children, former Taoiseach says. Former Taoiseach John Bruton has told members of the pro-life movement that they must “create a supportive environment for life” in the wake of the referendum on repealing the Eighth Amendmen...Read On