The last week has been a heady time for the gentlemen of Rhetoric in a series of ‘lasts’ - including the traditional fancy dress today. The Assistant Headmaster, Mr Martin Wallace took the opportunity to reflect on the significance of the event for these departing students now and in the future…
As the year winds down and the summer looms, thoughts turn to the celebrations on Sunday week with Prize Giving at 16:15 in the Sports Hall
Last Tuesday morning (24th May) in the Boys’ Chapel 20 Clongownians, accompanied by their Faith Friends, were sealed with the gift of the Holy Spirit and strengthened in their Christian life. The ceremony was conducted by Bishop Denis Nulty of the Diocese of Kildare and Leighlin.
Singers from Clongowes Wood College once again enjoyed success, this time at the Navan Choral Festival. The organisers decided to merge various underage categories into one competition, so Matthew Cassidy from Elements and Hugo O’Donnell from Grammar were competing against each other, as well as seventeen other boys and girls from schools throughout Leinster. This […]Read more
‘Young people can’t listen anymore’ was a remark made recently at a social gathering to storyteller Niall de Burca, who made his annual appearance in Clongowes recently. He didn’t agree and neither do the many students in Clongowes, who have been entertained by his unique brand of storytelling over the years. We were lucky Niall […]Read more
Transition Year student, Sean Monaghan was a member of The Irish Under 16 Pony Show Jumping Team that won the Nations Cup in Odense, Denmark last Saturday (May 21st). Each member of the winning team, including Sean on Orchids Vienna, jumped a clear round to give the Irish team victory on an incredible zero penalty […]Read more
Thanksgiving celebration for soon to be beatified Fr. John Sullivan SJ Bishop Denis Nulty of Kildare & Leighlin diocese was the principal celebrant at the annual anniversary Mass in thanksgiving for the soon to be beatified, Venerable Fr. John Sullivan SJ, in Clongowes Wood College on Sunday 8 May. The Boys Chapel in Clongowes was full long […]Read more