“The one thing I love most about Gibbons is how we integrate faith into our daily lives, such as prayer before classes and practices or the opportunity to attend daily Mass. These opportunities allow both students and educators to be reminded that not only is our relationship with God important, but also that through Him and His work all things are possible.”David Carroll, Senior
During a Gibbons retreat, educators and students eat, play, and pray together, as well as grow in their love for God and for one another. By the end of the retreat, they also experience a transformation.
Over 20 Gibbons dads recently gathered at The Cardinal Gibbons Short Journey Center for a day of fellowship, service, history, and a little fun.
Some of the most rewarding achievements of Gibbons Athletics are taking place on the field, court and in the gym, as well as in the classroom and community because of the program's culture.
Over 700 educators from Catholic schools across the Diocese of Raleigh recently filled Cardinal Gibbons to share teaching techniques at the Diocesan Education Conference.
Hurricane Florence has left hundreds struggling to recover. The Gibbons community has responded by partnering with Catholic Charities to help those in need.