12 Virtues of a Good Teacher

A video that covers the 12 Virtues of a Good Teacher that John Baptist de La Salle listed in one of his books.

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1986 Characteristics of Lasallian Schools

This 1986 document, developed by the Regional Education Committee of the Christian Brothers in the United States, emerged from a multi-year consultation and writing process, producing “a foundational and consensual document for the entire Lasallian system, which has the support of an impressive core of leadership people throughout the Region.”

 

2015 RULE of the Brothers

The office 2015 Rule of the Brothers of the Christian Schools (English).

 

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.)

An Educator and a Saint at Grips with the Society of His Time: John Baptist de La Salle (1651-1718)

A very accessible orientation to the seventeenth-century France in which the Lasallian Educational Movement had its origins.

 

An Institute in Transition

This is the story of three General Chapters of the Brothers of the Christian Schools by someone who attended and participated in all of them (1966, 1976, 1986) and whose observations provide both the factual, contextual, and personal outlines of the experience.

Artwork by Various Brothers – Black and White & Color

Below are sets of drawings and other artwork from Brothers of the Institute. They include works by the following Brothers:

  • Br. Felipe Ocadiz, FSC
  • Br. Fermin Gainza, FSC
  • Br. Mario Barrios, FSC
  • Br. Joseph Hiep, FSC

Each gallery includes options for viewing them and downloading them.

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AXIS Website

An online journal of Lasallian Higher Education sharing original scholarly and creative works about Lasallian Catholic Higher Education. AXIS is a free, open-access, electronic, peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary periodical published twice per year. Lasallian bibliography links are in the description below.

Berulle and the French School: Selected Writings

John Baptist de La Salle was a man of his times. This work provides the cultural and religious environment and major figures that influenced his life.

 

Beyond Statues and Doors

A 14-minutes, engaging, contemporary overview of the life and influence of St. John Baptist de La Salle, visiting place in France and Rome.

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Blessed Arnold Reche

A very short video about Blessed Arnold Reche, FSC, that may be used for a prayer service or simply as a brief introduction to his life story.

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Blessed Raphael Rafaringa

A very short video about Blessed Raphael Rafiringa, FSC, that may be used for a prayer service or simply as a brief introduction to his life story.

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Blessed Scubilion Rousseau

A very short video about Blessed Scubilion Rousseau, FSC, that may be used for a prayer service or simply as a brief introduction to his life story.

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Br. Arnold Reche

A short biography about the Blessed Br. Arnold Reche, FSC, of France.

 

Br. Benilde Romancon

A short biography about the French saint, Br. Benilde Romançon, FSC.

 

Br. Felix Masson, FSC

A short video biography of a De La Salle Christian Brother who spent most of his life in the Philippines.

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Br. Miguel Febres Cordero

A short biography about the Ecuadorian saint, Br. Miguel Febres Cordero, FSC, who was canonized in 1984.

 

Br. Mutien-Marie Wiaux

A short biography about the French saint, Br. Mutien Marie Wiaux, FSC.

 

Brother James Miller

A very short video about Servant of God, James Miller, FSC, that may be used for a prayer service or simply as a brief introduction to his life story.

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Brother John Johnston Institute

This two-year series of workshops, online learning units, and annual retreats that apply the Lasallian story and vision to contemporary realities.