Buttimer Institute of Lasallian Studies

A three-year set of two-week summer courses that focuses on the Lasallian founding story, De La Salle’s educational vision, and De La Salle’s spiritual vision. It seeks to deepen the participants’ association for Lasallian mission and provides a rich opportunity to meet and study with Lasallian from throughout the US/Canada Region and the world.

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District Workshops and Retreats (SFNO)

Workshops, retreats, and meetings of common-interest groups within the San Francisco New Orleans (SFNO) District.

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Huether Conference

The annual gathering of Lasallian educators of the Lasallian Region of North America that focuses on innovative educational issues and a changing variety of themes related to Lasallian education and the schools. It is open to faculty and staff from all Lasallian ministries and includes major addresses, breakout sessions, seminars, and the like.

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Advanced Degrees in Lasallian Studies

Formal studies in Lasallian studies are available at both Saint Mary’s University and Saint Mary’s College of California. (Link through each institution’s name.)

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Lasallian Research Symposium

An annual gathering of Lasallian college and university scholars in Minneapolis, sponsored by Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota.

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Liturgical Drawings – Joseph Hiep, FSC

An online repository for the liturgical drawings by Br. Joseph Hiep, FSC (1953-1998).

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Lasallian Artwork – Rome Website

An online repository for Lasallian drawings, paintings, and iconography.

 

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Moving Art

A set of excellent, short videos useful for reflection periods or other purposes.

(The “Show the VIDEO” tab below lets you run the video from here.)

 

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Praying Each Day – Nicholas Hutchason, FSC

A website with the prayer resources developed by Br. Nicholas Hutchason, FSC, including links to the books available from his publisher.

 

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Christian Brothers of the Midwest – Prayers Page

The District of the Midwest webpage that collects and shares prayer services on a variety of themes and topics.

 

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The Twelve Virtues of a Good Teacher

This is a small booklet providing a classic reflection on 12 Virtues for a Good Teacher that St. John Baptist de La Salle listed in one of his texts. Brother Agathon’s exposition on each virtue has endures through the centuries and remains very relevant even today.

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The Formation of New Teachers

This booklet addresses the duties, qualities, and responsibilities of those involved in Lasallian formation. The insights and suggestions that it provides enable teachers to grow as ministers of grace within the Lasallian heritage.

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Lasallian Reflection 1 – A Gospel Adventure

This is the first of a planned series of reflections for the entire worldwide Lasallian family, provided by the Superior General and his Council in Rome, and recommended as a Lasallian theme for the year in which it was provided.

 

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Lasallian Liturgies

This Lasallian prayer book includes morning prayers, evening prayers, and Mass prayers for all the current (2016) Lasallian feast days, Saints, and Blesseds, along with brief biographies and artwork.

 

 

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Four-Week Lasallian Prayerbook

This is a collection of morning, evening, and night prayer services, following Lasallian themes, arranged into a four-week cycle. Musical options and a variety of readings are included.

 

 

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International Lasallian Liturgy Resources

A resource for facilitating prayer services in international Lasallian settings. Contains selected music, psalms, scripture texts, and portions of De La Salle’s meditations in English, French, and Spanish.

 

 

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The Gentle American

A biography of Brother Charles Henry Buttimer, the first American Superior General of the Brothers of the Christian Schools.

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The Conduct of Christian Schools

This book has served for three centuries as the basis for administering the Brothers’ schools, and it is universally held to be a milestone in the field of primary education. The organizational structure will be appealing to most Lasallian administrators, and modern equivalents might readily be imagined.

 

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Lasallian Saints of Yesterday … and Tomorrow

This is an overview of all of the Lasallian Saints, Blesseds, and other who are being considered for canonization – as of 2013.

 

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Memento

A directory of information about all of the Lasallian schools and communities around the world.

 

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