Clongowes Wood College

A remarkable student retreat

December 20, 2021

Students from Clongowes had a special retreat experience as they spent the day in prayer, story-telling, and reflection, on a pilgrim trail around historic Dublin churches

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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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Cannonballs and bombshells

May 11, 2021

DECLAN O'KEEFFE :: A reflection on the legacy of St Ignatius of Loyola 500 years after he was wounded at the Battle of Pamplona

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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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An uninterrupted tradition

April 13, 2021

This year marks 125 years of Clongowes annual, 'The Clongownian'. All proceeds from the current edition will go to the Alberto Hurtado Bursary Programme in the college

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Standing in the strength of silence

March 23, 2021

Fr Michael Sheil SJ reflects on the First Station of the Cross in the College Chapel of Clongowes Wood College by artist Seán Keating

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Celebrating twinning of schools north and south

March 16, 2021

Fr Michael Sheil SJ commemorates the 40th Anniversary of the twinning of Portora Royal School and Clongowes Wood College

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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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Baron Christopher Palles: Leading 19th century lawyer

March 3, 2021

Declan O'Keeffe reports on the notable Old Clongownian who attended the Jesuit boarding school in Kildare from 1843-1847

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