Religion - Clongowes Wood College

Live the Fourth: Poetry Kairos Retreat

10th October 2013

The annual Kairos Retreat was opened by Fr. Moloney in the Boys’ Chapel on September 24th after which the retreatants continuined on their journey to St. Patrick’s College, Maynooth for its duration, before returning to where it all began for the final liturgy and ceremony directed by Fr. Sheil on September 27th. Our Rhetoric leaders…read article

Lourdes Pilgrimage

1st October 2013

On the 7th of September, six Rhetoric students – Milo Rooney, Tom Cantillon, Martin Sutton, Sam Messayeh, Dara Corbett and Jeff Gibbons (left to right above) travelled to Lourdes as part of the annual Dublin Diocesan pilgrimage. They were accompanied by Mr. Francis Marron (on the right) and GAP student, Daniel Sheehan (left). Here School Secretary, Tom Cantillon (School…read article

Kairos Retreat commences

24th September 2013

The annual Kairos Retreat commenced on September 24th in St. Patrick’s College, Maynooth and concludes on the 27th  in the Boys’ Chapel in Clongowes. This is the 15th year of the Kairos model, which originally took place in Clongowes during the first school break, but for the past three years has chosen St. Patrick’s College as its venue….read article

Grammar Retreat to Emmaus

19th September 2013

Grammar Retreat to Emmaus On Friday the 13th (!) of September, the Grammar students, set off to ‘Emmaus’ in north Dublin on their annual retreat. As an entire group we were brought together to one large room where we were introduced to the team members, who explained to us what a retreat is about. They also told us the importance…read article

Mass for new school year

5th September 2013

With an Indian summer in full swing, the Sports Hall provided a suitably open and bright environment for the school to celebrate the Opening of the School Year Mass. Led by Fr. Michael Sheil SJ, the school gathered to rejoice in all that Clongowes has to offer. While various groups throughout the country begin to…read article

Grammar Visit Islamic Cultural Centre

5th February 2013

On Tuesday, the 29th of January, the students of Grammar travelled to the Islamic Cultural Centre in Clonskeagh, Co. Dublin to research their action project. For the Junior Certificate, each religion class must produce a journal on a certain topic. Topics included: “A profile on the founder of a major world religion” and “features of a…read article

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