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LSJI 2023

THE LASALLIAN SOCIAL JUSTICE INSTITUTE WILL BE HELD JULY 17-21, 2023, AT La Salle Educational Center in Homestead, Florida.

Due to overwhelming demand and limited availability of openings, this year’s Lasallian Social Justice Institute is now full! We encourage you to register to be put on our LSJI waitlist. If a spot becomes available, registrants will be informed and invited to claim an opening in the order in which the waitlist registrations were received. While a form of payment will be needed to secure a spot on the waitlist, it will not be charged at this time, and Phil De Rita, Lasallian programs manager, will reach out to you directly to confirm your interest to attend the program should a spot become available to you. At that time, your registration fee will be processed.

If you have any questions, you can reach out to Phil directly at Thank you for your continues interest and support of the Lasallian Social Justice Institute.

Register for the 2023 waitlist



Christian Brothers Conference will grant refunds for registration cancellations received on or before 5:00 p.m. EDT on Friday, May 12, 2023, less the $50.00 administrative and a credit card processing fee. No refunds will be granted after May 12, 2023. Cancellation notices must be sent to Phil De Rita at All refunds will be in the form of a check mailed within three weeks of receiving a written request.


Please direct all registration question to Phil De Rita, Lasallian programs manager, at or 202-529-0047 x 110.


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