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Saint John Baptist de La Salle: His Life and Spirituality

Pamphlet introducing St. John Baptist de La Salle and his educational legacy.

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Saint John Baptist de La Salle: Founder, Educator, Saint

A comprehensive introduction to the life of John Baptist de La Salle, his unique pedagogical approach towards students, and his enduring spirituality. A brief survey of his personal life story leads to a description of the innovative educational elements he and the early Brothers introduced, followed by a concise summary of the elements of his education-based spirituality.

This resource may be used by itself or with the study guides that are available for its use within Lasallian institutions. It makes for a very accessible overview for both new and veteran teachers and administrators.

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LARGE FILE – 288 MB

Physical copies are available upon request from Katie Batt (kbatt@dlsi.org).

Publisher: District of San Francisco New Orleans

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PRINT Panorama 1 & 2
Lasallian Panorama: The History of the Brothers of the Christian Schools: 1651 – 1810

This book makes available Volume 1 and Volume 2 of a planned five-volume condensed summary of the history of the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools. This book covers the history of the Institute from1651, when St. John Baptist de La Salle was born, through the initial years and the subsequent century, and ending at about 1810. As such, it gives a brief overview of the first 130 years of the existence of the Institute.

Length: 355 Pages

Editor: Br. Hubert Gerard, FSC (Edward Schmitz)

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PRINT Angelus Gabriel History
The Christian Brothers in the United States 1848 – 1948

This history book by Br. Angelus Gabriel was first published in 1948, the centenary celebation of the Brothers in the United States. It is a standard reference work for Lasallian archivists, librarians, and historians that has been out of print for many years. It has now been made available in paperback form.

Length: 700 Pages

Editor: Br. Angelus Gabriel, FSC (Joseph Aloysius Cashin)

Reprinted by: The Lasallian Resource Center (2020)

A PDF of the book is available HERE.

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PRINT HISTORY RIGAULT
Georges RIGAULT – History of the Institute

These volumes of the General History of the Brothers of the Christian Schools were written by the French historian, Georges Rigault, and translated by Br. Edmond Dolan, FSC, with further editing by Br. Gerard Rummery, FSC.

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Length:  Nine Volumes & 3,095 Pages

Author: Georges Rigault

Translator: Br. Edmond Dolan, FSC

Editor: Br. Gerard Rummery, FSC

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