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Welcome to Mungret College Past Pupils’ Union

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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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...

Mungret College Could Re-open

Mungret College Could Re-open

200 acre site secured for new schools in Limerick by Colm Ward, Limerick Leader LIMERICK looks set to get a new secondary school, two primary schools and a neighbourhood...