Jesuit Education

First ever student leadership conference

November 7, 2022

About 70 students from four Jesuit schools participated in the MAGIS Student Leadership Conference in Tullamore, Co. Offaly, on 26 October.

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Jesuit education: Freedom and hope

June 7, 2022

Fr General Arturo Sosa reflects on institutions for the growth of young people, the war against individualism, and popular schooling models.

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Clongowes students paint Laudato Si’ mural

May 24, 2022

Art students from Clongowes Wood College SJ designed and painted a Laudato Si' mural on the garden wall of Irish Jesuits International.

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Interculturality in Jesuit Education: Bringing it into the classroom

April 27, 2021

EDUCATE MAGIS COMMUNICATIONS :: Some thoughts on how Jesuit schools can help to build and foster a peaceful coexistence between cultures

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Clongowes down the years

September 30, 2020

Declan O'Keeffe :: Assistant archivist and college historian at Clongowes tells the history of the founding of the College in 1814 and describes its rich archive

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Interactive map on Jesuit education

September 23, 2020

Educate Magis, the online education community, launch a resource offering a compilation of the most important documents and events in contemporary Jesuit education

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A new face for Jesuit education

August 13, 2020

Irish Provincial Fr Leonard Moloney SJ has welcomed the appointment of Jonathan Tiernan as the new Director of Jesuit Education

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Students finish year in song

May 19, 2020

Jesuit schools have marked the end of the academic year for sixth year students in various ways, including a virtual rendition of 'You Raise Me Up'

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Radical openness to God in school life

February 18, 2020

In his recent visitation to Clongowes, Irish Provincial Leonard Moloney spoke to students about the importance of making others feel included and welcomed into their lives

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The joy and urgency of Jesuit wisdom

March 12, 2019

Michael Kirwan SJ identifies a way for Jesuit schools to respond optimistically and creatively to the darker tones of contemporary culture

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