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‘Flying with Father Browne’

The latest Fr Browne SJ book contains over one hundred previously unseen photographs of Irish Aviation from the early 20th century, including the Aer Lingus fleet

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Faith at the front

Roisin Duffy's RTE TV documentary on WWI chaplain Fr Frank Browne SJ, was recently screened in the Irish Embassy in London.

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Fr Browne at the Gallery

RTÉ's Roisin Duffy introduced a screening of her film, 'Father Browne's First World War', which was broadcast last year as a Nationwide special. It views World War I through the life and lens of Fr Frank Browne SJ.

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The life and lens of Father Browne

This is the story of the extraordinary Father Frank Browne SJ, Irish Jesuit and photographer. Favourably compared with the great Cartier-Bresson, Father Browne is generally considered to be Ireland’s most important photographer of the twentieth century.

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Fr Browne on the world stage

Frank Browne, A Life Through the Lens, a new book published by Yale University Press on the Jesuit photographer Fr. Browne and an exhibition of the same title featuring almost two hundred of his photographs was launched by Tanáiste Joan Burton with historian and broadcaster John Bowman in Farmleigh Gallery on Saturday 1st November. Speaking at the launch, the Tánaiste ...

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