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Lasalliana – Volume 14

Published: January 1, 1989

The individual articles for this Volume are found below.


These sets of 2-page studies and reflections on Lasallian topics began in September 1983 and were published every year in three volumes up to 2001. Each volume contained 20 separate leaflets on specific themes or topics by Brothers and others from around the world. Many Brothers and others have benefited from these compact nuggets on various aspects of De La Salle, Lasallian education, the Institute, and the like. There are 53 sets or “volumes” of this publication, providing over 1,000 individual resources for perusal, research, and Lasallian formation.

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Below are direct PDF links to the individual articles.

INTRODUCTION – Brother Jose Maria Valladolid

14-O-23     Brother Roger PETIT – The central position of Christmas in the life of Brother Scubilion

14-O-24     Robert Frossard, Former aux. Bishop of Paris –  The Institute and the origins of the J.O.C. (Young Christian Workers) (1) 

14-O-25     Robert Frossard, Former aux. Bishop of Paris –  The Institute and the origins of the J.O.C. (Young Christian Workers) (2)

14-O-26     Brother Francisco R. RIVERO – Lasallian stamps

14-A-58     Brother Maurice HERMANS – 300 years ago De La Salle left Rheims for Paris

14-A-59     Brother Manuel OLIVE – I know three different “Founders”

14-A-60     Brother Manuel F. MAGAZ – The Conduct of Schools, an approach to teaching based on knowing one’s pupils 

14-A-61     Brother Manuel F. MAGAZ – Teaching Religion through Songs

14-B-71     Brother Jeffrey L. CALLIGAN – The Charism of Brother in the World today

14-B-72     Brother Jeronimo R. BRANDELERO –  Are Teachers still necessary? New Lasallian ventures in Amazonia 

14-B-73     Mrs. Tomasita CARILLO-ENDAYA –  What is “Bamcrefoundation”

14-B-74     Brother Juan BOSCO MORALES –  A brief description of the Ayahualdco Lasallian Community

14-C-53     Brother Terence McLAUGHLIN –  Teachers: overcoming a sense of irresponsibility for each other 

14-C-54     Brother Augustine LOES –  The teacher as Minister of Grace

14-C-55     Brother Pedro GIL –  The Ministry of Christian Education (1 ): Its structures 

14-C-56     Brother Pedro GIL – The Ministry of Christian Education (2): The Ministry of the Brother of the Christian Schools as Religious Educator

14-D-23     Brother Javier HURTADO –  A Saturday morning at “Mier y Pesado” – Mexico

14-D-24     Mr. Elie AUSTAT –   A Lebanese Lasallian describes a year long refresher course in Paris

14-E-38     Mr. Gery Short – Developing the Lasallian School Program

14-E-39     Brother Javier LORENZO –  Celebrating Easter with young people

NOTE: Below is an explanation of the “four parts of the filing scheme” for each article in Lasalliana.

Example: On an article marked 20-2-A-77:

  • 20 means that it was published in folder [volume] number 20
  • 2 means that it was article number 2 of this folder
    • In every folder there are twenty articles
    • This article numbering was added to the scheme with volume 15
  • A means the subject of the article is St. John Baptist de La Salle
  • 77 means that there have already been 76 other articles published on this subject before the present one.

General Subject Classifications:

  • O – General subjects – Miscellaneous
  • A – John Baptist de La Salle – Facts – His Teachers – Writings
  • B – Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools – The Brother – History and Current Events
  • C – Ministry – Educational Processes – Pedagogy – Teaching
  • D – Mission – Shared Mission – Lasallian Family – Association
  • E – Experiences – Witness – Happenings – Events