Support Fr William's Great Work!: 12 May 2018

Our chaplain Fr William Stuart will be working full-time for the next 3 years with refugees in Tyre, South Lebanon. We wish him the very best in this wonderful mission.

Tune in to "A Leap of Faith": 27 April 2018 on RTE Radio 1 at 10pm

Well done to Jenny, Niamh, Deirbhile, Catherine and Nicole (TY students) who participated in a recording of "A Leap of Faith" , a radio programme. This will be aired on Friday 27 April at 10pm. According to Ms Fields, it will be worth tuning in to RTE Radio 1 to hear how eloquently the girls spoke about Donal Walsh and the legacy he left behind. 

Annual 6th year Retreat Sleepover: 21 December 2017

The 6th years had their Retreat Sleepover on Thursday 21 December after their Christmas tests. They had a busy night. After their pizza and Father William's departure, the students prepared 'mother and baby' hospital bags, under the guidance of Ms Crowley, Ms Ní Mhuineacháin and Ms A O'Neill. Everybody was delighted that Ms Cassidy dropped in for a quick visit during the night, along with Ms Fields, Mr Beirne and Mrs Arthurs. After breakfast, Ms Crowley and some students went to the Capuchin Day Centre where Father Seán happily accepted the Manor House donations. These included food hampers (provided by students in all years), underwear and socks (provided by the 5th years), the 'mother and baby' bags (from the 6th years) and the money collected during the Christmas Hat and Jumper day (€1180). Well done to everyone!

Lent: 1 March 2017 (Video by Mr Abrahamian)
Catholic Schools Week 2017: Fr Paddy Moran CSSp

As part of Catholic Schools' Week, Fr Paddy Moran CSSp met with all of the 1st years on Friday to give them a presentation about his missionary work with prisoners in Ethiopia. As it was the Feast Day of St Blaise on 3 February, he ended by blessing the throats of all of the 1st years. Here is a link to the RTE Nationwide programme about Fr Paddy's work. Thanks to Mr Abrahamian for organising the visit.

 

'Waiting for Jesus' (by Mr Abrahamian)

 

 

Shoebox Appeal Deadline: 28 October 2016

Philip Denner from Team Hope was in Manor House on 10 October to speak to Ms Munnelly's TY Religion class about the Christmas Shoebox Appeal. 

Reminder to all students! Please bring in shoeboxes before Friday, 28 October. You can make one on your own or in a group and leave them in your year groups in the Religion Room every morning.  The year who brings in the most shoeboxes wins a movie day.

TY students attend Mass in Knock: 11 May 2018

This year marks the 5th Anniversary of the passing of Donal Walsh. The Kerry teenager touched many lives, with his powerful message ‘Live Life’! The Youth Ministry at Knock planned a special day on 11 May for TYs and 5th Year students to celebrate Donal's life and his message. The day offered a variety of events for students, followed by a very special Mass in the Basilica at 1.30pm. A group of Manor House TY students accompanied by Ms Fields, Ms Crowley and Ms Grace participated in this inspiring event, joining students and teachers from all over Ireland to reflect on what it means to 'Live Life'. Click here to see the programme for the day.

Emmanuel at the Helix: 26 February 2018

Manor House took part in Emmanuel 2018 at the Helix on Monday 26 February. See Twitter for more photos and to hear the Manor House soloists. Well done to the choir and to Ms Grace for preparing them.

5th years on Daffodil Day: 24 March 2017

6th year Project

For 'Friendship Week' 2016, a group of 6th years wrote a 'lovely letter' to each of our 1st years. These letters welcome and encourage our new girls as they start their journey in Manor House. Thanks to Mr Abrahamian who came up with the idea and ensured that it was carried through.

Friendship Week 2016: Lovely Letters

 

 

School Carol Service: 14 December 2016
 
Making an Advent Calendar 2016: 1st years
 
Shoebox Appeal 2016: Thank You!
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A hugh thank you to all staff and students who brought in shoeboxes for Team Hope. 119 shoeboxes were collected and will be sent to poor children in Africa and Eastern Europe. Well done to Ms Munnelly and her TY students for organising this very worthy cause!