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The Lasallian Heritage

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A lengthy but informative exposition about De La Salle’s vocational journey and the Institute he founded, based on questions posed.

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Those who are Administrators or Leaders
Those who are responsible for Lasallian formation
Those who are interested in Lasallian research
Lasallian Education & Lasallian Spirituality

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In this hour-long interview, Brother Gerard Rummery, FSC, speaks about the Lasallian heritage, answering some of the key questions that are often asked about this educational tradition. He brings in both historical, pedagogical, and spirituality elements for many of the questions that are raised.

(60 Minutes)

Film Maker: Robert Rothgery

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FORMATS – describe the kind of resource that it is.

Print-based: Lasallian Books, Articles, & PDF’sVideos: Lasallian Videos, Movies, & DVD’s
Formats video Videos: Lasallian Videos, Movies, & DVD’s
Formats online Online: Lasallian Websites & the Internet
Formats programs Programs: Lasallian Programs & Institutes
Formats art audio Art & Audio: Lasallian Art, Music, & Audio

 

AUDIENCES – indicate those groups for whom this resource may be helpful.

Those who are new to the school or education.
Those who have been around for 5+ years.
Those who are administrators or leaders.
Those who are responsible for Lasallian formation.
Those who are interested in Lasallian research.

 

TOPICS – describe the type of resource that it is.

The letter(s) highlighted in yellow indicate that relevant topic(s) in the resource.

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HESPA H Lasallian History, Heritage, and Tradition
HESPA E Lasallian Education, Pedagogy, and the Schools
HESPA S Lasallian Spirituality and the Educator’s Vocation
HESPA P Lasallian Prayer
hespa A Lasallian Association

1 review for The Lasallian Heritage

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    georgefsc

    This is a great, short video to show to any Lasallian group.

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