Glenbeag Youth Club
At the heart of these ideals is the message of St. Josemaria, founder of Opus Dei, that each of us is a child of God, a person of intrinsic value, whose life has meaning and purpose and that God comes to meet us in the ordinary realities and challenges of our daily life. Everything from the commitment of the club leaders and the parents, to the focus on personal growth and concern for others flows from this conviction.
In Glenbeag, we work together with parents in the formation of their children. The success and effectiveness of the formation received in Glenbeag depends on parent's participation and commitment. An essential component of formation provided by Glenbeag is the Top Mum formation programme. The Top Mum programme parallels the formation received by the girls and also gives the mothers an opportunity for personal growth.
Primary School Girls
The Junior Club holds activities on Saturdays at 2.30pm-5.30pm for girls in 4th-6th Class (Primary School) in Rosemont School.
Secondary School Girls
Glenbeag holds activities for all secondary school girls on Fridays at 5.30-8pm for all Secondary School years in Glenard.
Weekends and sleepovers are organised each month.
If you are thinking of participating in any of the activities or would like to help out in any way, you can find out more information by contacting us directly.
Brosna Educational Centres Clg
Brosna is affiliated to the CDYSB and receives support from the NYCI and IYF. All child protection processes and requirements (training, vetting, etc) for Brosna centres are arranged under the auspices of the National Youth Council of Ireland, and are monitored by them.
The Child Safeguarding Policy can be accessed on the official website for Brosna. You are welcome also to read the Child Safeguarding Statement also.
The Safeguarding Children Designated Officer for Brosna is:
Mr Pat Hanratty
36 Rathfarnham Wood, Dublin 14
To achieve these aims, Brosna operates educational initiatives around Ireland. These include halls of residence for third-level students (e.g. Glenard, Ros Geal, Cleraun), youth clubs (e.g. Glenbeag, Nullamore, Crofton), and adult education centres.
Participation in activities at these centres is open to people of all creeds or none, and from all social and cultural backgrounds. The Christian ethos of the formation imparted at the centres and activities run by Brosna is entrusted to Opus Dei, a personal prelature of the Catholic Church.
Brosna’s charity registration number is CHY6329