In response to the challenges brought on by COVID-19 the Faith and Ministry Program at Gibbons has come up with ways – some different, others familiar - for our students and educators to live out our school’s mission of faith, service, and leadership in church and community.
This year, Gibbons is expanding its traditional on-campus camp offerings of academics, athletics, and the performing arts with the addition of Camp Crusader, a weeklong camp at our retreat center in Smithfield.
The recent blessing of the Cardinal Gibbons Short Journey Retreat Center was a historic day for our school, one that ushered in the start of a new chapter for the center.
After a year of praying, planning, and renovating Cardinal Gibbons recently reopened the Short Journey Retreat Center and welcomed its first retreatants to their home away from home.
Gibbons Alumni have enduring memories of their retreat experience - from discovering insights about themselves to growing closer to God. They also recall how the experience impacted their futures.
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.
The Short Journey Retreat Center is personally important to many members of the Gibbons school community. Read what some members have to say.
The signs are subtle but clear: The initial cleanup is underway at the Cardinal Gibbons Short Journey Retreat Center.
Having a permanent home for its retreats enables Cardinal Gibbons to offer additional formational opportunities to members of its school community to grow stronger in their faith.
The Gibbons community has embraced the school’s recent purchase of the Short Journey Retreat Center, which it will renovate and reopen by 2019.
Cardinal Gibbons purchased Short Journey Retreat Center, underscoring its commitment to the spiritual formation of its school community.
We celebrate Catholic Schools Week with a series of essays that spotlights what Gibbons educators learned from their students. We start with Science Educator Angie Melcher.