Blessed Brothers Roger, Léon and Uldaric were martyred in 1794 during the French Revolution. They were beatified on October 1, 1995, as part of a group of 64 martyrs who died for their faith. More from the Institute >
This formation webinar is part of the Fall 2023 Webinar Series, presented by the Lasallian Region of North America. THE EUCHARISTIC REVIVAL: OUR ROLE IN LASALLIAN EDUCATION Date: Tuesday, September 12 at 6:00 p.m. ET Speaker: Brother Mark Engelmeyer, FSC, Religion Teacher, Central Catholic High School, Pittsburgh, PA With churches having empty pews during Mass, many […]
The 2023 International Lasallian Days for Peace (ILDP), themed “Peace Within Our Reach,” will begin on September 21 (the United Nations’ sanctioned International Day of Peace) and will run through October 21, 2023.
Blessed Scubilion Rousseau, FSC, was born March 21, 1797, in Annay la-Côte, France. He was serving as a catechist in his native village when he was introduced to the Brothers. […]
The Lasallian Education Council will gather for a retreat October 4-6, 2023. Established in 2011, the Lasallian Education Council (LEC) is an innovative structure for sharing responsibility for the […]
The Brothers in Initial Formation Gathering will take place October 6-9 at Ocean Rest.
Manuel Barbal Cosan was born on January 2, 1898, in Enviny, a small town at the foot of the Pyrenees in northern Spain. Known for his serious nature, he was […]
In 1934, Turón, a coal-mining town in the Asturias Province in Northwestern Spain, was the center of anti-government and anticlerical hostility in the years prior to the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War. The Brothers’ school was an irritant to the radicals in charge of the town because of the religious influence it exerted on […]
The fifth meeting of the fourth cohort of the Brother John Johnston Institute of Contemporary Lasallian Practice will take place October 12-14, 2023, at Solomon Episcopal Center in Loranger, Louisiana. Learn more about the Johnston Institute >
The fifth meeting of the fourth cohort of the Brother John Johnston Institute of Contemporary Lasallian Practice will take place October 19-21, 2023, at the Shawnee Inn in Shawnee on Delaware, Pennsylvania. Learn more about the Johnston Institute >
Nicolas Barré was born October 21, 1621, in Amiens, France. In 1641, he joined the Minim Order of St. Francis of Paola, where he taught philosophy while still remaining a deacon. After becoming a priest in 1645, he became a professor of theology and librarian. After falling ill, he moved to a convent in Amiens and later to Rouen. While he was there, […]
Jules-Nicolas Rèche was born into a poor family living in Landroff in the province of Lorraine. He left school at an early age to work as a stable-boy, a coachman, and finally as a teamster for a local construction company. Even as a young man he was known among his fellow workers for his piety […]