Daily Twitter Feed
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Starting on April 7, 2017, the anniversary of the death of St. John Baptist de La Salle, Patron Saint of Teachers and Founder of the Lasallian educational movement, there will be a daily quotation from his writings sent out via the new LRC Twitter account. Those who wish to receive these daily postings are invited to click on that popular little birdie on top of each page of this website … Read More

NEW – Lasallian Themes
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One of the major accomplishments of this website was to upload and make available all of the 1,000+ Lasalliana articles. These articles provide a wide variety of interesting, important, and insightful information about the Lasallian family and its history, charism, and spirituality, created over a period of 18 years. Easily read and used, they remain fine examples of what good Lasallian formation can accomplish. Equally valuable are the three-volume set of … Read More

NEW – Music & Lasalliana
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There are many Lasallians who have heard groups of Brothers or others sing the “Honneur a Toi” – a song composed for John Baptist de La Salle’s beatification in 1888, very probably by a “Brother Idelphus” who most likely also wrote the tune. Others have said that the tune was an old French bar-tune, but it’s probably best to retain a more pious provenance. One president of a Lasallian school … Read More

What We Are About
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This is a quick overview of the Lasallian Resource Center, it’s purpose, background, and outlook. The LRC website was launched on August 1, 2016. The image to the left seemed evocative of the rich beauty and substance of the Lasallian educational heritage that lies somewhat hidden behind the daily concerns of our lives. We hope to be able to help lift the fog a little. Purpose The purpose of the Lasallian … Read More

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