Rosmini High School in Tanga, Tanzania, which was founded by Galway native Fr. Tony Mitchell (RIP, pictured below), recently celebrated its Silver Jubilee. The occasion was marked by a special Mass celebrated by the bishop’s representative, Rev. Fr. Sylvester Nitunga, and concel
The Provincial of the Gentili Province, Fr. Joseph O’Reilly, visited our Missions in Tanzania and Kenya during February 2018, and was very impressed by the good work that is being done there. Below are a small sample of photographs taken during his trip.
The Rosminian school, Grace Dieu Manor School in Leicestershire, underwent a Regulatory Compliance Inspection by the Independent Schools Inspectorate in November 2017. The quality and standards of Grace Dieu’s Early Years provision was rated as “Outstanding” in every category of the I
Click here to read the obituary of Bishop Antonio Riboldi of Acerra, who died on 10th December 2017. Bishop Riboldi, a Rosminian, was one of the Catholic Church’s leading opponents of the Sicilian Mafia.
On the 8th of September 2016, Glencomeragh Retreat Centre was transferred to the Diocese of Waterford and Lismore. It will be run by the Holy Family Mission as a house of prayer for young adults. Waterford Lismore Diocese
Statement by the Rosminians – 9th September 2015. The publication today of the Review of Safeguarding Practice in the Rosminians, by the National Board for Safeguarding Children (NBSCCCI), is an opportunity to restate our absolute commitment to safeguarding children now and into the f
On September 28th last Archbishop Eamon Martin, Primate of All Ireland, officially opened and Blessed the new Oratory at the Calvary, Omeath. The Calvary at Omeath has been a place of pilgrimage for many years, especially for people in need of healing. The new Oratory is a credit to
Fr. Joseph O’Reilly is the Provincial Superior of the Rosminians for Ireland, the UK, the USA and New Zealand. Fr. O’Reilly is a native of Kingscourt, Co. Cavan. He attended secondary school in St. Michael’s Omeath, Co. Louth from 1972-77. Fr. O’Reilly was ordaine
“Set in a valley between the Comeragh Mountains and Slievenamon this project’s refinement of making in a special place combines with its lean use of materials to create an architecture of memorable and elegant simplicity. Nestling on a hillside – offering a remarkable array of s