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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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Former Monaghan GAA footballer ordained a priest

Date Published: 14/Jul/2018

  By Sarah Mac Donald -  Welcoming Fr Seán Mulligan’s ordination, the Diocesan Administrator of Clogher, Mgr Joseph McGuinness, said his answer to God’s call was a “great grace and joy to the whole diocese”. Fr Seán Mulligan with Bishop Noel Treanor, Mgr Joseph McGuinness, Bishops, Joseph Duffy and Liam MacDaid and other clergy and...Read On

Pope calls for prayers for his brother priests

Date Published: 06/Jul/2018

By Cian Molloy - Let us pray together that priests, who experience fatigue and loneliness in their pastoral work, may find help and comfort in their intimacy with the Lord and in their friendship with their brother priests. This month, July 2018, the Pope’s intention is for his brother priests, especially those who experience fatigue and lonelines...Read On

Widower to be ordained on Sunday for Killaloe diocese

Date Published: 01/Jun/2018

By Susan Gately  “Church has always given me the beacon of light when I’ve needed it,” says Martin Shanahan. Rev. Martin Shanahan A man who was widowed in 2011 will be ordained a priest for the Killaloe diocese this Sunday in the presence of his son, who will be playing the organ. Martin Shanahan will become the second married priest fo...Read On

Consultant obstetrician concerned over “false allegation”

Date Published: 19/May/2018

  By Sarah Mac Donald According to Dr Mary Holohan the “medical needs of the mother do not require removal of the Eighth Amendment” but “there appears to be a campaign strategy to create a contrary impression." Thousands gathered in Dublin on Saturday to say ‘Love Both’ and ‘Vote No’ to abortion on demand. Pic John Mc Elroy. A consultant ...Read On