Archive | December, 2014

Delbarton Exchange Boys Return Home

White House Photo

  Delbarton Exchangers Return Home After a three-week visit to Delbarton School, a Benedictine school in Morristown, New Jersey, USA, four Transition Year students – Eoin Bergin, Patrick Geraghty, Tim Molony and Daniel O’Donovan – have now returned to Ireland for the Christmas holidays. Two students from Delbarton came over to Ireland for three weeks […]

Senior Economics Groups in Bond Trading Event


Recent Bond Trading Event at Thomond Park  Senior Economics students attended a Bond Trading Competition in Thomond Park recently and were placed second in the competition which was open to all Limerick schools. Two teams of four students each from Glenstal Senior Economics classes participated in the event which was held in the Thomond Suite […]

Murroe Active Senior Citizens Christmas Party


On Thursday, December 11th the 5th Years hosted a Christmas Dinner and Party for 29 Active Senior Citizens, all ladies from Murroe and the surrounding countryside. The ladies started to arrive at about 2.00pm where they were welcomed by Fr. William in the Outer Playroom. Then everyone moved into the Senior Ref where the 5th […]

Murroe Senior Citizens Christmas Party


SCD v Roscrea

SCD v Roscrea

Photos by Br. Denis  

Uiseann Cooke Wins Silver


Congratulations to Uiseann Cooke of First Year who took the Silver Medal for Glenstal Abbey School in the Breaststroke at the Munster Swimming Championships in the University of Limerick Pool. Uiseann now qualifies for the All Irelands which will be held in the National Aquatic Centre in Dublin in February 2015 Well done Uiseann and […]

Alone It Stands

Alone It Stands

Photos by Jack Clancy, Mikey Higgins and Br. Denis

Advent Carol Service


The Annual Advent Carol Service will take place in Glenstal Abbey Church at 3.30pm on Sunday 7th December, followed by light refreshments. As well as some well-loved carols, the music will include Gregorian Chant as well as pieces by Monteverdi, Bairstow and Bárdos. All are welcome.