Celebrations to mark the 50th anniversary of religious profession of Brothers Donatus Forkan, Aidan Clohessy, Stanislaus Neild and Dominic Barry were held on 8 September 2010 at Saint John of God Hospital, Stillorgan.
This year has been a very special year for us as we celebrate our 15th Birthday. In 1995 the Hospitaller Order of Saint John of God took over the lease of the Digswell Nursery site from Welwyn Hatfield council.
On Monday 1 February 2010 the West European Province of Saint John of God was created at a special ceremony held at Emmaus House in Dublin. During this ceremony the Irish and English Provinces were formally suppressed.
On Monday 1 February 2010 another historic moment in the life of the family of Saint John of God took place. Brothers and co-workers from Great Britain joined with their colleagues in Ireland to celebrate the 2010 Provincial Chapter.
Over the past twelve months the staff team and students have worked hard to build on the past successes of the Centre in order to appeal to a wider audience of customers and attract those who had not previously heard of the Centre.
A new service recently established by Saint John of God Hospitaller Services is a much needed accommodation and support service for young adults with autism/Asperger syndrome and is based in Welwyn Garden City in Hertfordshire.
I bet you did not know it was ‘volunteer week’ the first week in June? Volunteers play an important role in most charitable organisations. Throughout the Province there is an open welcome for volunteers to offer their services
The Brothers announce the upcoming beatification of Brother José Olallo Valdés, O.H. in Camaguey, Cuba on November 29, 2008. Pope Benedict XV, on 15 March 2008, gave permission for one of our Hospitaller Brothers to be beatified.
A passion for the Hospitality of Saint John of God in the world today - going that extra mile together. The 19th Provincial Chapter of the Province of the Venerable Bede took place between 12th and 15th February 2007.
On Wednesday 10th January the English Province of the Brothers of Saint John of God and sixty five of their Province’s eight hundred co-workers, representing the many and varied works of the Order in Great Britain gathered.
The word pilgrimage mean to journey to a sacred place. That place in the shadow of the Pyrenees is Lourdes – where nearly 150 years ago Mary the Mother of Jesus appeared to a young girl called Bernadette.
Religious Brothers provide help for those who suffer in Chennai, India. The centres of the Order closest to the area affected by the recent tsunami in Asia are those of the Indian Brothers at Poonamallee near Chennai (formerly known as Madras).
The Hospitaller Order of Saint John of God Charitable Trust has relocated its head office from Scorton in North Yorkshire to Houndgate in Darlington. The new office development houses accounts, marketing, human resources, administration and IT