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Jesuit life in Rathfarnham Castle

Province Assistant Archivist Damien Burke writes about Jesuit life in Rathfarnham Castle during the years of rebellion and revolution in Ireland.

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Following the Jesuit trail

For this year’s Heritage Week, archivist Damien Burke gave a number of walking tours focusing on sites of Jesuit history on the north-side of Dublin.

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Tour of St Francis Xavier’s Church and walk

As part of National Heritage Week, a guided walking tour of interesting Jesuit historical sites on the north side of Dublin combined with a private tour of St Francis Xavier’s Church, Upper Gardiner Street will take place on 28 August (2.00pm-3.45pm). The event is free but donations are welcome. Booking is required. Meeting point: St Francis Xavier’s Church, Upper Gardiner Street, ...

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Jesuit Dublin Walk

As part of National Heritage Week a walking tour will take place focussing on sites of Jesuit history and interest on the north side of Dublin City will take place on 25 August (1.00pm to 2.30pm). Starting at the corner of Chancery Place and Inns Quay, the walk will meander around Mary’s Lane, Halston Street, Hardwicke Street, Gardiner Street and will ...

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Jesuit Dublin Walk

As part of National Heritage Week a walking tour will take place focussing on sites of Jesuit history and interest on the north side of Dublin City will take place on 22 August (11.00am-12.30pm). Starting at the corner of Chancery Place and Inns Quay, the walk will meander around Mary’s Lane, Halston Street, Hardwicke Street, Gardiner Street and will finish on North ...

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A sparrow to fall

Damien Burke :: A new BBC documentary on the Battle of the Somme explores the letters, postcards and personal possessions of Jesuit chaplain Fr Willie Doyle held at the Irish Jesuit Archives.

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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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11 NOV: Talk – Cork Jesuit Chaplains in the First World War

“Life here is very pleasant and interesting, provided one does not mind being killed…” Fr John Gwynn SJ   An illustrated talk to mark Armistice Day on Jesuit chaplains from Cork who served in the First World War.   Chaplains in the First World War served alongside the troops at the Front, both in the trenches and on the battlefields, ...

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