Fr Michael Bergin SJ exhibtion
Type: Event / Exhibition (temporary)
Location: Irish Jesuit Archives, Roscrea Library, Tipperary, Ireland.
Date: 02 October 2017 - 31 October 2017
Fr Michael Bergin SJ from Fancroft, Roscrea, died on 12 October 1917, serving as a chaplain in the First World War. He holds the distinction of having been the only member of the whole Australian forces in the First World War to never to have set foot in Australia, and the only Catholic chaplain serving to have died as a result of enemy action.
The exhibition at Roscrea Library, Tipperary, 2-31 October 2017, will focus on Fr Michael Bergin SJ, and the five other Jesuits, who served as chaplains with the Australian forces. http://www.jesuitarchives.ie/blog/fr-michael-bergin-sj/
The graphic short entitled ‘A Perfect Trust’ by Alan Dunne, will be displayed in the Roscrea Library exhibition and has won an Irish Design Award.
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