The Ignatian Identity Group (IIG) at the Jes is a group of parents, teachers, Jesuits and past pupils working together to assist the school in maintaining a Jesuit and Ignatian ethos. Part of our work is facilitating Vision Evenings for parents during the school year, usually one each term, to bring you interesting and relevant speakers who share the ethos of the school, and have a good story to tell.
The Ignatian Identity Group’s first meeting of this school year will be held this coming Thursday September 21st. We are delighted that our speaker for this meeting is Fr. Leonard Moloney, the ‘Provincial’ and head of the Jesuits in Ireland.
Leonard will be discussing issues relevant to the school, and giving his answers to questions such as why the Jesuits are still involved in the school and why we should have hope. This will be a thoughtful and engaging talk and is a unique opportunity to meet Fr Leonard and hear his insights on these issues.
The meeting will be held in the Griffin Hall (old building) and there will be a tea/coffee reception from 7pm, and the meeting will begin at 7.30.
We hope to see you there for our first meeting of this year.
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