"Christian brother boys." (U10.78)

The Congregationn of Christian Brothers (in Latin: Congregatio Fratrum Christianorum) is a world-wide community of religious brothers of the Roman Catholic church, founded by the Irish missionary and educator Edmund Ignatius Rice (1762 - 1844). Their main purpose is the evangelization and education of youth. Their first school was opened in Waterford (1802). This PC shows St Mary's Christian Brothers School (Marino, Dublin), a novitiate and training school completed in 1904.