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AHC Prospectus; AHC talk; AHC Mission Statement 1840 and 1990

Folder with four items:

Prospectus booklet: 'All Hallows Institute for Mission and Ministry: Outline of courses 1992 – 1993'.

Talk typed on A4 sheets: ‘Trends and developments in the life of All Hallows’, by Rev. Eugene Duffy, July 1992.

John Hand’s first mission statement on an A4 page, originally from 1840; this copy was printed in the 1990s.

All Hallows mission statement 1990 on an A4 page.

Irish Vincentian Province

All Hallows College

The collection relates to the Vincentian work done in All Hallows College (AHC) from 1892, when the Congregation of the Mission (Vincentians) took over the administration of the college, to 2016 when the Vincentians gave up the running of AHC. Contains financial, spiritual and architectural reports and considerations of the college as run by the Vincentians.

Irish Vincentian Province

'All Hallows College Pioneer Priests in the United States'

Booklet: 'All Hallows College Pioneer Priests in the United States'.
Originally written as an article in the All Hallow Annual in 1953 by Kevin Condon CM, it is reprinted here in celebration of the 150th anniversary of the foundation of All Hallows College and in memory of Kevin Condon who died in 1989.

Irish Vincentian Province

Architectural Drawings

33 architectural drawings relating to All Hallows College, by Robinson Keefe and Devane, Chartered architects and town planning consultants.

Irish Vincentian Province


Castleknock had been the Vincentian Seminary from 1835 until 1873, when St Joseph’s Seminary College, Blackrock, was purchased. The building was found to be too small for the number of students, and a second building, which has been subsequently again demolished, was built in 1887. This second building was used for classes, for a residence for the students and had a chapel. The older building, Prospect House, was then used as the priests’ residence. It had previously been a Protestant School.

In 1977, the seminary college moved to De Paul House, Celbridge, and the Vincentian residence moved to 44 Stillorgan Park, Blackrock.

Irish Vincentian Province

Irish Vincentian Archive

  • IE / CMI
  • Fonds
  • 1600 - 2020

The collections in the Vincentian Provincial Archive

Irish Vincentian Province

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