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List of Christian Brothers school alumni

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Since 1802, the Congregation of Christian Brothers have been engaged in education throughout the world. The order, founded by Blessed Edmund Rice, opened its first school on Waterford's New Street in 1802. The following is a list of alumni of Christian Brothers educational institutions.

This list does NOT contain alumni of institutions operated by the French organization, De La Salle Brothers (also known as the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools, the Brothers of the Christian Schools, the Lasallian Brothers, and the French Christian Brothers).

The alumni are listed as follows:

  • Name – occupation or significance – school

Academic[edit | edit source]

Argentina

Australia

India

New Zealand

United States

Acting/performing[edit | edit source]

Argentina

  • Diego Scott (born Buenos Aires, 9 October 1975), radio host, comedian and Argentine actor, popularly known for his character Dr. Felipe in "Un mundo perfecto" - Colegio Cardenal Newman

Australia

Canada

India

Ireland

New Zealand

United States

Arts and architecture[edit | edit source]

Argentina

Australia

India

New Zealand

United States

Business[edit | edit source]

Argentina

Australia

India

Ireland

New Zealand

United States

Law[edit | edit source]

Argentina

Australia

India

New Zealand

United Kingdom

United States

Literature[edit | edit source]

Australia

India

New Zealand

United Kingdom

United States

Zimbabwe

Media[edit | edit source]

Argentina

Australia

India

Ireland

New Zealand

United States

Sports media[edit | edit source]

Australia

New Zealand

United States

Military and police[edit | edit source]

Argentina

Australia

New Zealand

United States

Music[edit | edit source]

Argentina

Australia

Canada

India

Ireland

New Zealand

United States

Politics, diplomacy, and public service[edit | edit source]

Argentina

Australia

Chile

Canada

Cook Islands

India

Ireland

Liberia

New Zealand

Papua-New Guinea

Peru

United Kingdom

United States

Zimbabwe

Religion[edit | edit source]

Australia

Ireland

Liberia

New Zealand

United States

Science and medicine[edit | edit source]

Australia

India

New Zealand

United States

Sport[edit | edit source]

American football[edit | edit source]

Australia

  • Patrick John O'Dea – Australian rules footballer turned American football legend - Christian Brothers College, St Kilda

United States

Australian rules football[edit | edit source]

Australia

Baseball[edit | edit source]

Australia

United States

Basketball[edit | edit source]

Australia

Canada

New Zealand

United States

Boxing[edit | edit source]

Australia

Ireland

New Zealand

Canadian football[edit | edit source]

Canada

Cricket[edit | edit source]

Australia

India

New Zealand

Zimbabwe

Football (soccer)[edit | edit source]

Australia

Canada

Ireland

New Zealand

Trinidad and Tobago

United Kingdom

United States

Vanuatu

Golf[edit | edit source]

Australia

India

New Zealand

United States

Zimbabwe

Ice hockey[edit | edit source]

Canada

United States

Lacrosse[edit | edit source]

Canada

United States

Rugby League[edit | edit source]

Australia

New Zealand

United States

Rugby Union[edit | edit source]

Argentina

Australia

Canada

Ireland

New Zealand

South Africa

Uruguay

Zimbabwe

Softball[edit | edit source]

New Zealand

Other[edit | edit source]

Australia

Canada

India

Ireland

New Zealand

United States

Zimbabwe

See also[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

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