'Helping Souls' was Ignatius’s practice of accompanying others on their journey with God. To meet every visitor to this site where they are at on their individual spiritual journey, Ms Clarke has created three resource lists, which are being updated regularly. Throughout this crisis we put particular emphasis on supporting you and your loved ones with help, advice and wisdom from around the world. See our 'Soul Feed' resource page here.
'Reading gives us someplace to go when we have to stay where we are.' (Mason Cooley)
In this new Instagram account we'll share book recommendations from students and staff .
If you'd like to recommend a book, send a photo and a brief description in a Direct Message to the ZagaReads account, or email the information to Ms McNamara.
Pope Francis meditated on the calming of the storm from the Gospel of Mark during the prayer service over which he presided on the steps of St Peter's Basilica on Friday evening. Read the full text here.
We would like to remind our students of the absolute need to practice social and physical distancing, and of the need to minimise physical contact with each other, to help avoid the spread of Covid-19. We advise you to avoid meeting up and in all circumstances to adhere to HSE guidelines. The restrictions on congregating are for the safety of everyone in our communities, especially the most vulnerable. See here for Department of Education and Skills advice to young people whi
Pope Francis invites us all to a global reciting of the Lord's Prayer today at 11am (in Ireland). Let's join together in unity and support. For more see video here. In addition, the Pope invites Catholics of the entire world to unite themselves spiritually with him in a Prayer Service from Saint Pater's Square on Friday next, 27th March 2020 at 18.00 (in Italy) / 17.00 (in Ireland). The prayer will conclude with Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament imparted 'Urbi et Orbi
We hope as always that all members of our school community remain safe and well. It is an enormously challenging time for us all. We are doing our very best to touch base with students and parents as often as we can. It is evident how much the staff and students miss each other and yearn for a return to the humdrum of College life and all the social interaction which once seemed mundane and unremarkable. It gives us sustaining hope to see the campus flourishing with spring gr
All students have an Office 365 account, which gives access to various online programmes (e.g. Word, Powerpoint), as well as to the Outlook email programme. To log in to Office 365, click here. You will need your username, which is a gonzaga.ie email address, and your Office365 password.
Over the weekend a Gonzaga Ultimate Frisbee team competed in the UK U-20s National Indoor Championships in Wolverhampton. Having visited before in 2016 (3rd) and 2018 (2nd) the team was looking to break their seeding and become the first Irish team to win the event. Day one went perfectly to plan with a dominant display in pool play and two more wins in upper pool seeding, including a 10-9 defeat of the reigning champions, meaning Gonzaga went into the quarter-finals as top s
12 students from Gonzaga attended the Model United Nations conference in Wesley College on Friday and Saturday. They served as delegates for Belarus and Zimbabwe and represented those countries’ interests at various committees and at the General Assembly. All our delegates served admirably at ‘WCDMUN’ and in particular, congratulations to Leo Phelan (5D) who won a Commended Delegate Award for his work on behalf of Belarus on the Disarmament & Technology committee.