Ms Clarke prepared a series of five reflections of consciousness (Examen) called 'Rise and Shine'. Check out the Soul Feed page for the five reflections: Gratitude Examen, Love of Self Examen, Hope Examen, and Courage to Trust Examen, and Looking Inwards Examen.
This week we celebrate Catholic Schools Week 2021 with the theme of 'Communities of Faith, Learning, Love, Resilience and Hope'. Every day during R.E. students work with one aspect of this theme through meditation, reflection or prayer. For more resources and links to feed your soul during these challenging times, please visit the Gonzaga Soul Feed.
Congratulations to Philip McDonagh (Class of 1970) on the publication of On the Significance of Religion for Global Diplomacy. McDonagh is a former ambassador, Adjunct Professor and Director of the Centre for Religion, Human Values, and International Relations at Dublin City University, Ireland, and Distinguished Global Fellow at the Center of Theological Inquiry, Princeton, USA. More details about the book can be found here.
Killian Boland (class of 1990) is the Deputy Principal of a small city centre, Deis (Band 1) Primary School. There are 130 young children who, mostly, come from the surrounding areas in Dublin 2 and Dublin 8 where many of them and their families have little or no access to technology or accessing online resources, outside the use of a phone. The community he works with are not benefiting from the government's proposed methods of educational delivery, as compared with the stud
***UPDATE 8 January: Very well done to Harry O'Leary who was awarded 3rd place in the Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Junior Individual category The following students received Highly Commended ribbons: Seán Radcliffe, Christian Barton-Randall and Niall Morahan, and Oisín Murray and Finn O’Neill. *** Over 1,000 students from across the island of Ireland are taking part in the first ever virtual BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition (BTYSTE). Our school has five projec