St Aloysius College

Blessed Oscar Romero
The Secret of Romero – Passion for God and Compassion for the PoorPresented by the Archbishop Romero Trust in the year of the centenary of the birth of Blessed Oscar RomeroSpeaker Martha Zechmeister CJ Professor of Systematic Theology at the Jesuit University of San SalvadorALL ARE WELCOMEcontact: romerotrust@gmail.comwebsite: romerotrust.org.ukOther locations for this lecture:Wrexham Saturday 18 March at 2.00pm – Wrexham CathedralEdinburgh Monday 20 March at 7.30pm – Lauriston...
Discernment:  Discern to DifferThe Rev Dr Laurence Whitley, Minister of Glasgow Cathedral, gives the third in this year’s Gonzaga Lecture Series: Consolation, Compassion, Discernment.  The series is organised by St Aloysius College Glasgow.Admission is free.For more information contact Ruth Sweeney rsweeney@staloysius.org
Compassion: Being with refugees and asylum seekersSarah Teather, Director of the Jesuit Refugee Service, gives the second in this year’s Gonzaga Lecture Series: Consolation, Compassion, Discernment.  The series is organised by St Aloysius College Glasgow.For more information contact Ruth SweeneyAdmission is free.
The Debating Group join Honor and James at St Aloysius College
Two pupils of St Aloysius College in Glasgow have been recognised for their contribution to the school’s Public Speaking tradition. S6 pupils Honor McWilliams and James Frazier were presented with gifts and cards to celebrate their contributions to the Public Speaking Club over recent months. They have been credited with overseeing an innovative programme that has helped develop pupils’ talents, which has resulted in a hugely successful year for public speaking in the College.Honor...
A victorious St Aloysius' College U16 Rugby Team
St Aloysius’ College Under-16 rugby team have been celebrating this week, after beating Strathallan School in the Scottish Rugby U16 Schools' Cup Final. The Glasgow school beat their opponents 10-3 on the international pitch at BT Murrayfield to lift the Cup - the first time since 1995.After a nervous start, St Aloysius’ took the initiative, with second-row Luke McCutcheon crossing the line in the 13th minute. His try was converted by Tom Lonergan. Despite the Glasgow team being...
Primary school pupils take part in a workshop at the Ignite! Conference
Twenty pupils from all of the primary and preparatory Jesuit schools in Britain came together at Donhead Lodge in Wimbledon recently to learn about each other and their shared values. They arrived at the prep school of nearby Wimbledon College to take part in the Ignite! Conference.Four pupils each from St Aloysius Junior School in Glasgow, St Joseph’s School in Hurst Green, St Mary’s Hall, Stonyhurst, Barlborough Hall School near Chesterfield and St John’s Beaumont in Old...
  This September marks the 150th anniversary of St Aloysius' College at Garnethill, Glasgow. The Society of Jesus was first approached with the idea of running a parish and establishing a school for the education of boys in Glasgow in 1859. In that same year, they took over the running of the parish of St Joseph in North Woodside Road and were also offered a house on Charlotte Street in the Bridgetown area of the city which would serve as the intended school. However in the...
The St Aloysius' College Captains, 2016-17
The Head Pupils and Senior School Captains for the new academic year at St Aloysius’ College in Glasgow have been announced. At the Senior School Assembly in St Aloysius Church, Liam Martin and Nicole Donnelly were named as Head Boy and Head Girl respectively by Depute Head, Mrs Isabelle Erskine and were presented with their distinguishing Captains Ties alongside the other Senior pupils who will be Captains.  The autumn term in schools in Scotland starts in the third week of August....
A computer-generated image of the new sports facilities
St Aloysius’ College in Glasgow has launched a major fundraising appeal to help build and equip a brand new Sports Facility. The ‘Be Our Sporting Heroes’ appeal is the Jesuit college’s first in 20 years and it would enable to replace its current facilities with resources more appropriate for current needs – and for the future.Head Master John Browne describes the project as “a bit of a leap of faith” but says he is confident their supporters will help to bring it to fruition. “We have a lot of...
Clare Greenwood trains in Cumbria for the London Marathon
The London Marathon will take place on Sunday 24 April and there is a distinctive international flavour in this year’s Jesuit Missions team. Runners from Germany, Mexico, the USA and the Philippines will be taking part, among the many people who are so generously donating their time and fund-raising efforts in support of the work of Jesuit Missions. The runners include:Christopher Brolly, 27, a first-year Jesuit novice in the British Province based in Birmingham and a first-time marathon runner...

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