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Mungret College, situated 3 miles west of Limerick was a Jesuit apostolic school and a lay secondary school from 1882 until 1974 when it closed as a school for the last time.

Mungret produced over 1000 priests in that period. It had previously been an agricultural college and a Limerick diocesan seminary until 1888. The secondary school was relatively small with around 225 boarders and 25 day boarders.



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Mungret College 40th Anniversary Gathering…Update and Changes

The council wish to advise that the response to our 40th anniversary gathering has been phenomenal. We regret to report that the golf outing on Friday the 5th Sept...


40th Anniversary Celebration in Limerick on Friday 5th & Saturday 6th Sept 2014

Dear Member, To mark the 40th anniversary of the closure of the College in 1974, our President Seamus Dennison invites you to a Special Weekend of Celebration in...

Locals to have their say on Mungret development

Locals to have their say on Mungret development

Liam Togher - Limerick Post FOLLOWING the purchase of the Mungret College grounds by Limerick County Council, local people have been asked to come forward with...


Mungret College 40th Anniversary Gathering Sept 2014…Update

A small delegation of (Roger Fitzgerald, John Power, Karl Roche & Victor Ryan) visited the college recently and met with members from the Limerick Christian...