Patrician Resources - Videos
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* These resources are primarily intended for the staff and students of our Patrician and Patrician-linked schools throughout the world, but of course we are happy for anyone to use them.
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YOU TUBE

Below are just some of the videos on the “Patrician Channel” on YouTube.
Go to the “Patrician Channel” greenarrow

Many of these are available at full resolution quality. Contact archives08@patricianbrothers.com.au for further information.

Spirituality

greenarrow The Deer's Cry
This prayer is also know as "The Breastplate of St Patrick". Its message is to remind us that our God is a God who is with us, in us, around us. This video puts images to music composer Shaun Davey's version of the prayer. Feb., 2011 4 min

greenarrow St Patrick & the Patricians
This video was made from an ABC radio interview with our Deputy Congregation Leader Br Paul O'Keeffe in March, 2012. In the interview Br Paul is asked about St Patrick, Patrician spirituality, Patrician founder Bishop Daniel Delany, and about Br Paul himself. Br Paul is now (2017) the Province Leader of the Australian & Papua New Guinean Province. 18 min

greenarrow Bishop Delany - Bishop Delany's Childhood Home, 1747 - 1757
Bishop Daniel Delany was born in Paddock, Mountrath, Ireland, in 1747. He eventually became the bishop of the diocese where he had lived as a boy, and founded the Brigidine Sisters in 1807 and the Patrician Brothers in 1808. His childhood home still stands today. It is being repaired and maintained by the Bennett family on which the house stands. Oct., 2010 3.25 min

greenarrow What is a Religious Brother?
This video was created for a Year 7 orientation day for students beginning their school studies at a school established by the Patrician Brothers in Sydney, Australia. While the video is specifically about the Patrician Brothers, much of the information pertains to any apostolic Religious Congregation.


Brothers’ Brofiles

greenarrow Br Felim Ryan, Kenya

greenarrow Br Colm O’Connell, Kenya


History

greenarrow Bishop Daniel Delany 200th
During 2014 the Brigidine Sisters, the Patrician Brothers, and the Bishop Delany family around the world, will be commemorating the 200th anniversary of his death. He died in the early hours of the 9th July, 1814, in his Irish parish of Tullow. As priests of his time and historians since have acknowledged, Bishop Delany and his achievements have been somewhat underestimated and under-appreciated. Because of his efforts diocesan priests, Brigidine Sisters, and Patrician Brothers, have taken the Catholic faith and education all across the globe. No mean achievement in its own right, but when you consider he did it all in the dark shadow of 18th and 19th century Penal days, then his efforts are miraculous. A testament to his vision, his courage, and his complete faith that God would provide. This video on his life was made, in the most part, using the artwork of the students of Brigidine and Patrician colleges who participated in the 2013 Delany International Art Competition. 12m 24sec

greenarrow A Patrician History


Schools

greenarrow St George’s College, Mussoorie, India.
The administration of St George’s College was taken over by the Patricians in 1893. It is boarding and day school for over 700 boys, and students come from all over Asia to attend school there.

greenarrow Delany Dedications
The founder of the Patrician Brothers is Bishop Daniel Delany. To keep his message and vision alive the Brothers and their related schools have created artwork and dedicated buildings in his memory.


Patrician Projects (Delany Foundation)

greenarrow The Delany Foundation 2016
The Delany Foundation, named after the Patrician Brothers’ founder, Bishop Daniel Delany, is a registered not-for-profit charity seeking to improve the human and spiritual condition of young people in need especially in places of Patrician mission in developing countries.