St. Colmans

Mon - 9.30am
Tue - 9.30am
Wed - 9.30am
Thu - 9.30am
Fri - 9.30am
Sat - 10.00am
Sun - 11.00am
  R + C
  R + C
  R + C

R + C  Rosary and              Communion

* followed by Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

All Saints

Sun - 9.45am Thu - 7.00pm
Holy Week 2024...
Holy Thursday of The Lord's Supper
6pm St Colman's  7.30pm All Saints
Good Friday of the Lord's Passion
3pm Stations Dromore & Ballela
7.30pm St Colmans; Veneration of the Cross
Holy Saturday of the Lord's Vigil
8pm St Colman's 
Other News...
  • Christmas 2023- 9th December 2023


    Sunday 24 December is the Fourth Sunday of Advent. Masses will be celebrated at the usual Sunday times on that morning.

    Masses for Christmas Eve will be celebrated in the evening of Sunday 24th December

    St Colman's, Dromore – 6pm

    All Saints, Ballela – 8pm

    Masses on Christmas Day are at the usual Sunday times

    All Saints, Ballela - 9.45am

    St Colman's, Dromore – 11am

  • Letter to the people of the Diocese, 25th Nov 2023- 26th November 2023

    Letter from Archbishop Martin

    Archbishop Eamon Martin has today written a letter to the people of the Diocese of Dromore outlining how the Diocese meets its financial and other responsibilities for safeguarding children and for responding to those who have been abused in the past. The letter has been published on the diocesan (and parish) website and hard copies are also available at the back of the Church. Archbishop Eamon encourages the people of the Diocese to read the letter carefully and asks for your support in ensuring that together we can continue to keep children and vulnerable people safe in all our Church activities now and in the future. 
  • Holy Week 2023- 1st April 2023

    Holy Thursday (6 April)

    Mass in St Colman’s  - 6.00pm 
    Mass in All Saints, Ballela – 7.30pm

    Good Friday (7 April)

    Stations of the Cross in both churches – 3.00pm 
    Veneration of the Cross, St Colman’s – 7.30pm

    Holy Saturday (8 April)

    Vigil mass in St Colman’s – 9.00pm

    Easter Sunday (9 April)

    Masses at normal Sunday times


  • Masses in Dromore- 31st December 2022

    9.45 am in All Saints, Ballela
    11.00 am in St Colman's, Dromore


    Tuesdays at 9.30am in St Colman's, Dromore
    Thursdays at 7.00pm in All Saints, Ballela
    Fridays at 9.30am in St Colman's, Dromore
    Saturdays at 10.00am in St Colman's, Dromore
  • Happy New Year- 31st December 2022
    Wishing all our parishioners a happy 2023

    As we move into 2023, we are encouraged by the words of Pope Francis in his New Year Message: 

    "What then is being asked of us? First of all, to let our hearts be changed by our experience of [the Covid-19] crisis, to let God, at this time in history, transform our customary criteria for viewing the world around us. We can no longer think exclusively of carving out space for our personal or national interests; instead, we must think in terms of the common good, recognizing that we belong to a greater community, and opening our minds and hearts to universal human fraternity. We cannot continue to focus simply on preserving ourselves; rather, the time has come for all of us to endeavour to heal our society and our planet, to lay the foundations for a more just and peaceful world, and to commit ourselves seriously to pursuing a good that is truly common.

    "In order to do this, and to live better lives after the Covid-19 emergency, we cannot ignore one fundamental fact, namely that the many moral, social, political and economic crises we are experiencing are all interconnected, and what we see as isolated problems are actually causes and effects of one another. Consequently, we are called to confront the challenges of our world in a spirit of responsibility and compassion. We must revisit the issue of ensuring public health for all. We must promote actions that enhance peace and put an end to the conflicts and wars that continue to spawn poverty and death. We urgently need to join in caring for our common home and in implementing clear and effective measures to combat climate change. We need to battle the virus of inequality and to ensure food and dignified labour for all, supporting those who lack even a minimum wage and find themselves in great difficulty. The scandal of entire peoples starving remains an open wound. We also need to develop suitable policies for welcoming and integrating migrants and those whom our societies discard. Only by responding generously to these situations, with an altruism inspired by God’s infinite and merciful love, will we be able to build a new world and contribute to the extension of his kingdom, which is a kingdom of love, justice and peace."

    With prayers for each other and hope in God's guidance for tomorrow, we wish each other a Happy New Year in this parish of Dromore.