Madeleine Sophie BaratSociety of the Sacred Heart Past Pupils Association IrelandSociety of the Sacred Heart
Welcome

 
AMASC Ireland brings together all the Sacred Heart Past Pupils of Ireland. Established in 1960, AMASC (Association Mondiale des Anciennes et Anciens du Sacré Coeur) is the world association of alumnae and alumni of the Sacred Heart. AMASC Ireland hopes to network all the Sacred Heart past pupils in Ireland which includes alumnae from Armagh, Leeson Street/ Monkstown, Mount Anville and Roscrea.

The aim of this website is to share both local and international news and give details of all AMASC events. We offer extracts from the AMASC Ireland newsletter which can be obtained in full by subscribing to the Association and finally encourage all past pupils to update their personal details on our database, by Clicking Here.

Click here to download the complete Autumn 2014 news letter.

2014 Dates for Your Diary

Saturday 26th July, Lavender Lunch, Avoca. Here are some photographs




Fri 19th September Sacred Heart Golf Society Outing

Sun 5th October Medieval Tour of Viking Dublin

Thu 16th October Bridge Morning, George Yacht Club

6th – 9th November AMASC International Conference, Arizona

Wednesday 26th November – “From Leeson Street to Outer Space” Prof Susan McKenna Lawlor, The Atrium, Mount Anville School

Sun 16th November Annual Mass for Deceased Past Pupils and Sisters of the Sacred Heart

Thu 4th December Coffee Morning incorporating Hearts + Minds Exhibition

To children of the Sacred Heart, Mater Admirabilis, by Pauline Perdrau, RSCJ, is one of the most-loved images of Our Lady. Perdrau born in 1817, who would later become a Religious of the Sacred Heart, painted the fresco in 1844. The Feast of Mater Admirabilis (October 20) is a treasured traditions of the Sacred Heart and this year marks the 150th anniversary! Click here for further reflections on Mater Admirabilis.

Click here for further reflections on Mater Admirabilis

Feel free to browse through the site, welcome to AMASC-Ireland.org.