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Association Mondiale Alumnae Sacre Coeur (Ireland) (AMASC Ireland) incorporates the Past Pupil Associations of Mount Anville and the former Sacred Heart Convents in Ireland (Armagh, Leeson Street, Monkstown, Mount Anville, Roscrea, and Mater Admirabilis).  

AMASC (Ireland) represents Ireland on the European and International Committees of AMASC International.  The world is becoming a smaller place and there is huge benefit in all of the past pupils worldwide developing connections with each other.

AMASC (Ireland), chaired by Joanne Sheehan (Monkstown Past Pupil) is a busy past pupil organisation with lots of events throughout the year, including monthly Coffee Mornings in the Sophie Barat Residence (Lower Kilmacud Road). Just like MAPPA, AMASC is run by a voluntary committee with administrative support from the Past Pupils Office.  By becoming a member of MAPPA, you are automatically made a member of AMASC (Ireland). Watch out for joining AMASC/MAPPA events throughout the year!

AMASC (Ireland) Coffee Mornings

AMASC (Ireland) hold Coffee Mornings in the Sophie Barat Residence in Mount Anville on the second Saturday of every month from 10.30am to 12.00pm.  The Coffee Mornings are held throughout the year and are free of charge!  All Mount Anville past pupils are very welcome to these Coffee Mornings.  It is a great opportunity for the residents in the Sophie Barat Residence and former past pupils of all the Sacred Heart Schools and religious to meet.

Trip to Joigny, France

AMASC Ireland organises an annual visit to the home of St Madeleine Sophie Barat in Joigny, Burgundy, France. The trip includes a visit to St Francis Xavier Church and Rodin Musée and Gardens in Paris.

For all the details of next year’s trip contact Joanne (Sheehan) on 087 410 5588 or Julie (in the office) on 278 3362 for details or email pastpupilsoffice@mountanville.ie

The aim of this AMASC Ireland website is to share local and international news as well as details of AMASC events. We also share extracts from the AMASC (Ireland) bi-annual Newsletter. The Newsletter is available in print to all subscribed members of AMASC (Ireland). Not currently a member? Become a member today by clicking on the link below!

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