The Gonzaga team of volunteers has returned from the Dublin Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes 2019. We were very happy to meet so many past pupil and parent volunteers over there. It was a very rewarding and enriching experience for everyone involved. On the last night of the Pilgrimage, current and past pupils gathered and lit a candle for the intentions of the whole community, and in remembrance of our deceased friends.
This August, the Sixth Year Ancient Greek class spent a week in Greece to study as many temples, theatres, treasuries, sculptures, and vases that we could squeeze into our itinerary. We visited important archeological sites and museums such as the Athenian Acropolis and Agora, Delphi, Olympia, Mycenae, Epidauros, and the National Archeological Museum of Athens.
Students from all years are invited to take part in two creative writing projects: 1. What will the future bring? A writing competition in conjunction with St Peter's Prep, a Jesuit high school in New Jersey. Interested students are ask to create a work of fiction or poetry which imagines what the future's environmental challenges might look like: Will certain crops be extinct and areas of the globe be uninhabitable? What new industries might arise due to climate change? Do y
We are delighted to announce the foundation of the Jesuit Past Pupils Orchestra (JPPO).
The Jesuit Past Pupils Orchestra are currently looking for any and all orchestral musicians to join in its inaugural year. No matter the standard of musician we want you to be involved.
The JPPO has been established as a way of reconnecting with old school mates and to bring together the Jesuit educated community in a musical setting. Rehearsals will take place in Gonzaga College SJ on W