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Huether 2022

The 49th annual Huether Lasallian Conference will take place November 17-19, 2022, at the Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor Hotel.  

The theme this year is “Together and By Association: Responding to the Signs of the Times,” inspired by the Declaration on the Lasallian Educational Mission: Challenges, Convictions and Hopes (2020). More details and registration information will be released in the coming months. 


The cornerstone that sustains the construction of this mission has been and always will be community. It was undoubtedly one of the great intuitions of the Founder and of the first Brothers. … The community educates, strengthens its members, cares for the weak and nurtures their spirit. It is the best guarantee to respond to the greatest imaginable challenges. To be Lasallian, by definition, is to belong to a community and to commit oneself within that same community to a common task. 


Declaration on the Lasallian Educational Mission: Challenges, Convictions and Hopes (2020), page 65 

In our more than 300-year history, Lasallian communities have evolved to proactively address needs in our communities and to boldly respond to the signs of the times. In all that we do, we remain grounded in the vision of our founder, Saint John Baptist de La Salle, to recognize and respond to the needs of the young people entrusted to our care.  

In describing the times in which we are living, Pope Francis has said, “We are not living an era of change but a change of era. As society continues to grapple with many significant challenges, such as attending to mental health needs, responding to increasing acts of violence and mass shootings, creating a racially just world and navigating the disruptions of COVID-19, so, too, do our inclusive Lasallian educational communities. This year, the Huether Lasallian Conference will focus on building up our communities and how we are responding to these challenges while also ensuring that we are meeting the needs of each young person entrusted to our care.   

As we boldly respond to the signs of our times, how do we as a Lasallian educational community respond to these many significant challenges by planting seeds of hope? How can we best meet the mental health and spiritual needs of the young people in our communities? Affirming the rich dialogue at the 2021 Huether, “Compassionate Dialogue and Courageous Conversations: Pathways to Equity and Belonging,” 2022 attendees will continue to build upon the Declaration’s vision of community: to educate, strengthen and care for members of our Lasallian communities so all know they belong.  

Call for Presentations

The Huether planning committee is accepting abstracts for breakout session presentations of 75 minutes in length that will take place during concurrent sessions in the afternoon on Friday, November 18 and in the morning on Saturday, November 19. Presentations should focus on how Lasallian communities and ministries are addressing the theme, “Together and By Association: Responding to the Signs of the Times.” The deadline to submit proposals is September 9, 2022. Learn more about requested breakout session content and submit your proposal here. 

Highlights from Past Conferences

Huether Gathers Lasallians for Compassionate Dialogue and Courageous Conversations (November 22, 2021)
Lasallians Connect Virtually for Huether 2020 (December 1, 2020)
Huether 2019 Celebrates Zeal of Lasallians (November 26, 2019)
Huether 2018 Highlights Community (November 19, 2018)
Huether 2017 Brings Together Many Voices (November 20, 2017)
Huether Inspires Participants, Spreads Hope (November 21, 2016)
Huether Participants Return to Ministries with Renewed Passion (November 22, 2015)
Huether: Witness to the Lasallian Mission (November 25, 2014)
Huether Demonstrates Power of Lasallian Pedagogy (November 26, 2013)
Lasallians Inspired to Think Globally at Huether Conference (November 21, 2012)
Lasallian Regional Leadership Advocate for Children’s Rights at Educators Conference (November 27, 2011)
Participants Bring Home Lessons from Huether (November 22, 2010)