Things Marianist: How Do Marianists Do Social Justice?

Many Marianists are drawn to social justice. But what is a Marianist perspective on social justice? And what are some characteristics one can use to define it?

Things Marianist: How Do People Make Commitments to Living Marianist Life?

This Things Marianist examines the “keep on keeping on” aspect to Marianist life that is known as stability.

Things Marianist: Setting a Marianist Table

The simple action of setting a table for a family meal provides symbols to explain aspects of Gospel living we as Marianists have been called to make especially vivid in the Christian community.

Things Marianist: What Are Chaminade's Principles for Community Building?

Brother Thomas F. Giardino, SM, develops four principles that guided the thought and practical wisdom of Father Chaminade's world-changing approach to community.

Things Marianist: What Do You Mean, Community is Gift and Task?

Isabella Moyer reminds us that community is both a safe place for maturation and fellowship and a Gospel challenge to be shared with the world.

Things Marianist: What Do You Mean, I'm a Missionary?

Our Marianist Founders have told us that "we are all missionaries." What did they mean by the term "missionary?"

Things Marianist: What Is the Marianist Tradition of Prayer?

How did Blessed William Joseph Chaminade, Founder of the Marianist Family, teach people to pray?

Things Marianist: Who Are the Marianist Saints?

The Marianist approach to holiness is explored in this issue.

Things Marianist: Who Makes Up the Marianist Family?

This pamphlet shows the variety of ways and states of life available to those interested in the Marianist spirit.

Things Marianist: Who Started All of This, Anyhow?

The lives and contributions of William Joseph Chaminade, Marie Thérèse de Lamourous, and Adèle de Batz de Trenquelléon are highlighted.

Things Marianist: Whose Wine Is It? Reflections on the Discipleship of Equals in Marianist Communities

This issue of "Things Marianist" examines the gift of equal partnership within our Marianist Family and explores areas for collaboration between the lay and religious branches of Marianist life.

Things Marianist: Why Mary?

This pamphlet details the thinking of the Founders and includes comments from contemporary Marianists on Mary's meaning today.

Virtues for Mission

Father Lackner’s title, Virtues for Mission, sets the reader on the path of seeking spiritual development for a reason: to prepare oneself to be an active participant in the Christian mission, to be purposeful, to have a goal.

Walking with Adèle

Each chapter in this little book invites the reader to see the subject with Adèle’s heart and spirit.

Whose Wine Is It? Reflections on the Relationship Between Marianist Religious Communities and Marianist Lay Communities

Framed by the scripture and images of the wedding feast at Cana (John 2:10), Brother Glodek explores the relationship of Marianist laity and Marianist religious men and women.

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