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Mission Statement of the Parish of Drumcree

Our Parish of Drumcree is a Christ-centred community. In Baptism we are challenged by the Spirit to live and share the Gospel message.

Through proclaiming the Gospel message to all, growth in faith, liturgy, justice issues and ecumenism we extend our love and care to all people providing support in renewing and deepening our faith. We value the gifts and talents of each of our parishioners and invite them to use these in responding to Christ’s invitation to all of us to follow Him and spread the Good News to the whole world.

‘For the Church the new world of cyberspace is a summons to the great adventure of using its potential to proclaim the Gospel message. This challenge is at the heart of what it means to “put out into the deep” (Lk 5:4)’

Pope John Paul II – Message for the 36th World Communications Day

 
PARISH MISSION
18th - 20th March 2024
St John the Baptist Church
 
Sr. Briege McKenna & Fr. Pablo Escriva De Romani

Monday 18th March (Theme of Reconciliation)
10am: Morning Mass & Mission Talk
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament after morning Mission Talk until 7pm 
7pm: Mission Talk & Service of Reconciliation (No Mass)

Tuesday 19th March (Theme of Prayer & the Power of the Holy Spirit)
10am: Morning Mass & Mission Talk
Confessions with Fr Pablo after morning Mass
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament after morning Mission Talk until 7pm 
7pm: Evening Mass & Mission Talk

Wednesday 20th March (Theme of The Eucharist - Source and Summit of our Faith)
10am: Morning Mass & Mission Talk
Confessions with Fr Pablo after morning Mass
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament after morning Mission Talk until 7pm 
7pm: Evening Mass & Mission Talk followed by Eucharistic Healing Service
 
18th February 2024 Bulletin

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Year for Vocation to the Diocesan Priesthood
This year, the Irish Bishops’ Council for Vocations have launched a special "Year for Vocation to the Diocesan Priesthood". This will run from Vocations/Good Shepherd Sunday – Sunday 30th April 2023 – for one year. Over the next twelve months, it is planned to host events in parishes and at pilgrim sites around the country and to provide resources for homes and schools. 

During this year, you might consider:
• Praying the Prayer for Vocations daily;
• Praying the Rosary and/or offering time before the Blessed Sacrament with the extra intention of an increase of vocations to the Priesthood and Religious Life in our Archdiocese;
• Supporting the work of our local branch of St Joseph's Young Priests Society with your prayers, financial contributions or by joining the group;
• Pray for the priests and consecrated persons that you know, and for those who are discerning their vocation;
• Encourage those you know who might be called to priesthood or consecrated life to consider such a vocation;
• Consider whether God might be calling you to the priesthood or consecrated life.