You or a representative are invited to attend the launch of Catholic Schools Week 2016. Catholic Schools Week will run from Sunday 31 January to Saturday 6 February 2016, and is an all-Ireland annual event which invites Catholic schools to give expression in a special way to the ethos of Catholic education. The theme for […]
Resources for Catholic Schools Week 2015
If Catholic Church leaders and members have had to learn anything over the last twenty years, it is a heavy dose of humility. But Pope Francis has succeeded in blending humility with enthusiasm for ‘the joy of the Gospel’. And those two poles provide the context within which we celebrate Catholic Schools Week 2014 across […]
Homily by Reverend Francis Bradley to celebrate Catholic Schools Week No matter what age we are, no matter where we come from, no matter what our fears or our hopes are, every day can be a school day; for the truth is that we never stop learning. Our minds and our souls have a great […]
Letter of Bishop Denis Brennan of Ferns to people of the Diocese of Ferns Catholic Schools Week 2014 Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, Catholic Schools Week will take place from January 26th to February 2nd 2014. It is a week in which we as a diocese family, together with the other dioceses of Ireland […]
“Schools are the key to a life lived with Christ at its centre. The key to a future built on a firm foundation of faith and hope. The key to a culture and society shaped with justice and integrity” – Bishop Nulty
Catholic Schools Week 2014 will begin on Sunday 26 January and will conclude on 1 February. The theme for Catholic Schools Week this year is ‘Catholic Schools – places of faith and learning’.
Content from the Christmas 2013 issue of Intercom, including an article by Monsignor Jim Cassin introducing Catholic Schools Week 2014: Catholic Schools: Places of Faith and Learning.
Catholic Schools Week 2013 will conclude this Sunday 3 February with RTÉ One Television broadcasting 11.00am Mass from its Donnybrook studios in Dublin.
Archbishop says Catholic Education must adapt to changing society The Archbishop of Dublin has said Catholic Education must find its place today within a more pluralistic society. At Mass with school children, parents and teachers to celebrate Catholic School’s week in Leixlip this morning, Archbishop Diarmuid Martin said Catholic education must adapt to a changing […]