Mass Times:

  • Saturday 7pm Vigil Mass (St Colmcille’s Church)
  • Sunday 10.30am (St. Colmcille’s Church)
  • Sunday 12 noon (St. Patrick’s Church)
  • Weekdays 10.00am (St Colmcille’s Church)


  • Monday to Friday: 7pm

All on Live Stream via the parish Facebook Page or Website parishofdrumcliffandmaugherow &

Our Churches remain open, so visit and pray – When visiting please follow the guidelines regarding Social Distancing and Sanitising

Our Dead

We Remember and Pray for those who died recently and those whose Anniversaries occur at this time

Recent Deaths – Mae Sheerin, Grange, mother of Gretta Feighney

Anniversaries Michael Fowley, Ardtrasna. Dao Thi Ngo.

Holy Hour for Vocations:

This Sunday 5th July 4pm to 5pm in St. Colmcille’s Church, Rathcormac. Please come and pray with us for this gift.

Thought for the week

“You owe it to all of us to get on with what you’re good at.” ― W.H. Auden

Training for Volunteer Sanitisers

Training for our Volunteer Sanitisers will take place in St. Colmcille’s Church on Thursday 9th July at 8pm. If you have or intend to volunteer as a sanitiser and have not attended training we ask you please to attend on Thursday

Thank You:

If you wish to donate to the parish online you can do so using our Parish Website and the donate button there or the Diocesan Website
Responsible Stewardship Sunday 31st May St. Colmcille’s €1670.00.

Thank you for your generosity in these difficult times

Return to Church and Sacramental Life:

As we return to Church we ask you please to remember the following

  • Don’t come to Church if you feel unwell
  • Church doors will open just 15 minutes before Mass
  • Our Churches capacity is 50 with 31 places
  • Keep Social Distancing which is 2 metres
  • Please sanitise your hands on entry and exit from Church
  • Follow the instructions and directions of our Volunteer Stewards
  • Please wait for Stewards to direct you to your seats
  • We will fill our Churches from the top
  • For distribution of Holy Communion follow guidance of Stewards
  • Leave Church as soon as Mass is over following the guidance of our stewards so our volunteers can sanitise the Church
  • Once Church is sanitised after Mass it will remain open for prayer
  • On Sundays come to Mass on your Station Area’s designated Sunday only
  • If Church has reached capacity please gather outside keeping social distancing
  • We will continue to broadcast Mass on our Facebook Page and Website
  • Please be patient with us as we all adjust to this “new normal”

COVID-19 Support Line for Older People

ALONE has launched a national support line and additional supports for older people who have concerns or are facing difficulties relating to the outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Professional staff are available to answer queries and give advice and reassurance where necessary. The support line is open seven days a week, 8am – 8pm, by calling 0818 222 024

The Irish Hospice Foundation Bereavement Support Line

Have you been impacted by a bereavement during COVID-19? Are you finding it more difficult to cope with a pre-Covid bereavement at this time? Would it help to talk to someone in confidence about your loss? The Irish Hospice Foundation Bereavement Support Line is a national freephone service 1800 80 70 77 which is available from 10am to 1pm, Monday to Friday. The line aims to provide comfort and emotional support.

Contact details:

Parish Phone Numbers 071-9142779 or 0872457011
E-mail address: