Lasallian Essentials, a section of De La Salle Today, will appear in each issue and focus on bringing Lasallian documents to life. The section will offer insight on Lasallian publications, share listings of valuable resources and explore topics of Lasallian interest.
The Lasallian Essentials section in the spring 2023 issue of De La Salle Today focuses in on Identity Criteria for the Vitality of Lasallian Educational Ministries (2020), a publication of the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools that defines characteristics of Lasallian education and offers assessments to ensure your ministry has a strong Lasallian identity.
The Lasallian Essentials section in the autumn 2022 issue of De La Salle Today focuses in on Lasallian Formation for Mission: The Pilgrim’s Handbook, a publication of the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools that offers best practices and approaches for Lasallian formation. Published in November 2019, The Pilgrim’s Handbook is the result of a collaborative effort of the Secretariat for Formation and Lasallians worldwide.
The Lasallian Essentials section in the spring 2022 issue of De La Salle Today showcases Bulletin 260. This publication shares the story of the Lasallian Region of North America, and Lasallian Essentials gives you an overview and ideas on how to use it.
The Lasallian Essentials section in the autumn 2021 issue of De La Salle Today highlights Circular 475, From Hope to Commitment: Understanding Lasallian Vocations, with the aim of offering insights from the Circular and the opportunity to reflect personally, professionally and spiritually on key takeaways to bring to life as we accompany and serve those entrusted to our care.
The inaugural Lasallian Essentials section highlights the Declaration on the Lasallian Educational Mission: Challenges, Convictions and Hopes with the goal of offering an understanding of the document and suggestions on how to engage with it.
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