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Lasalliana – Volume 3

Published: June 1, 1984

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.

Those who are responsible for Lasallian formation
Those who are interested in Lasallian research
Lasallian History, Lasallian Education, Lasallian History, & Lasallian Prayer

A Little More Information

Below are direct PDF links to the individual articles.


03-A-13     Brother Maurice HERMANS – Rheims 1684: A Community founded on Providence

03-A-14     Brother Edwin BANNON – The known manuscripts of Saint John Baptist de La Salle (1)

03-A-15     Brother Yves POUTET – The school clientele of the Lasallian schools at their beginnings

03-A-16     Brother Manuel MAGAZ – The Duties of a Christian ( 1) : A work characteristic of De La Salle

03-A-17     Brother Manuel MAGAZ – The Duties of a Christian (2)

03-A-18     Brother Leon LAURAIRE – The Management of Schools (2): Live with the pupils the better to educate them

03-A-19     Brother Leon LAURAIRE – The Management of Schools (3): Teaching made to measure

03-B-11     Brother Secondino SCAGLIONE – Fifty years of the “RIVISTA LASALLIANA”

03-B-12     Brother Jose-Maria MARTINEZ – Saint Pius X Institute for advanced catechetical studies

03-B-13     Brother Jean-Marc CANTIN – The Lasallian Study Circle. District of Ottawa

03-B-14     Brother Vincent RABEMAHAFALY – The apostolate of urban youth in Africa

03-B-15     Brother Alfredo MORALES – La Salle-Cienfuegos Solidarity Project

03-B-16     Brother Florent GAUDREAULT – Youth Villa: Pastoral Center

03-C-09     Brother Israel Jose NERY – Catechesis in our life

03-C-10     Brother Etienne PIERRE – “The School goes to them”

03-C-11     Brother Taurio BRAND – Pedagogical Research carried out by the Lasallian Commission (Brazil)

03-D-05     Dr. Claudio ANDREOLI – The Lasallian Family

03-E-06     Brother Alain HOURY – The identity of the Brother of the Christian Schools

03-E-07     Brother ROBERT-JEAN – The Brothers in Turkey

03-E-08     Brother Gonzague RUBAT du MERAC – Learning from those we teach

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



Categories Keys


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.


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


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