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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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Alarm at proposal to impose abortion provision on local GP surgeries

Date Published: 24/Apr/2018

By Sarah Mac Donald - 22 April, 2018 “This is not about trust; it is politicians using trust and compassion as a means for bringing in unrestricted abortion on demand,” Medical Alliance for the Eighth warns. Members of the Medical Alliance for the Eighth. Pic Tony Bolger. Over 100 doctors, nurses, obstetricians and midwives have expr...Read On

Don’t allow the Church to become a museum! – Pope

Date Published: 14/Apr/2018

Greg Daly April 12, 2018 Pope Francis has issued a rallying cry to Catholics urging them to not allow a rigid adherence to rules to turn the Church into a museum. In a landmark new document on the call to holiness for all believers Rejoice and be Glad, Pope Francis also insisted that priests much become “passionate ...Read On

Abortion survivor appeals for retention of Eighth Amendment

Date Published: 11/Apr/2018

By Sarah Mac Donald - Claire Culwell told her story at a number of rallies in Ireland last week in order to speak up for babies in the womb who are at the same risk of abortion that she herself faced. Claire Culwell A 30-year-old survivor of abortion has appealed to the people of Ireland not to repeal the Eighth Amendment. Claire Culwell f...Read On

Ireland’s young adults still remarkably religious

Date Published: 30/Mar/2018

By Ann Marie Foley - 54% of Irish young people identify themselves as Catholic of which almost half attend a service once a week or more  Young people in Ireland are still religious, according to a new report covering 22 European countries. The report prepared by two European universities to inform the work of the 2018 Synod of Bishops to ...Read On