Belvedere College

Many will benefit from Belvo fundraisers

December 13, 2021

Belvedere College students are fund-raising this Advent for the homeless, refugees, and St Vincent de Paul. They are also tree-planting here and in Africa.

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Faber youth ministry flourishing

November 9, 2021

The Faber Community is living out the maxim of 'faith doing justice' in the numerous activities and courses they offer.

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‘Heal, learn, shine’ together

June 20, 2021

On World Refugee Day, JRS Ireland's David Moriarty reflects on the #CHANGE project and its impact on Jesuit schools

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Jesuits engage independent facilitators in abuse case

April 26, 2021

The Irish Jesuits have engaged two independent Restorative Justice Facilitators to co-design restorative processes with those impacted by Joseph Marmion's abuse

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Update on Press Statement regarding abuse

March 10, 2021

The Jesuit Order is now in a process of listening to survivors of abuse in order to respond as fully as possible to their needs and concerns

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Getting creative around Covid

December 2, 2020

The annual SleepOut, toy-appeal, and Camino pilgrimage will all take place as usual in Belvedere College SJ but with a new spin in these Covid-19 times

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Transformed by God’s love

June 9, 2020

EOGHAN KEOGH :: Ignatius encourages us to contemplate 'the attainment of Divine love' and to reflect on the risen Christ in our daily lives.

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A Brother of boundless energy

May 1, 2019

Brother Éamonn Davis SJ, 88 years old and still working in Belvedere College, is a remarkable man, as this short film reveals

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Jesuit students on ‘Climate Strike’

March 12, 2019

Students from Gonzaga College SJ and Belvedere College SJ have been taking part in the ‘Fridays for Future’ demonstrations outside Leinster House.

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Jesuits and the influenza, 1918-19

November 6, 2018

Jesuits and their schools were not immune to the ravages of the influenza outbreak which killed 100 million people just after World War I

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