A New Fulcrum: Marianist Horizons Today

Father David Fleming, former Superior General of the Society of Mary, muses and expounds on key questions of contemporary Marianist life, but always through the magnifying lens of Blessed Chaminade’s quest for a “new fulcrum.” Father Fleming’s work contains 10 essays covering topics pertaining to Marianist education, spirituality, leadership, mixed composition, and identity.

Adèle (Hardbound)

Adèle de Batz de Trenquelléon was a woman of great zeal. She empowered many women to grow in faith, community, and service.

After Adèle

The book fills the gap between Adèle’s death and the suppression of Catholic teaching orders in France at the beginning of the twentieth century.

Autobiography of Father Emile Neubert, Marianist

This is the deeply personal account of a true pioneer in the field of Mariology whose "My Ideal, Jesus, Son of Mary" sold more than a half-million copies worldwide.

Blessed William Joseph Chaminade, Founder of the Marianist Family

From Chaminade’s childhood to his challenging last years, Father Gizard serves as our escort through the faith development and works of William Joseph Chaminade.

Bro. Charles Biehler, SM: Marianist Mathematician, 1845-1906

This book features the religious life and ministry of a special Marianist. The history of the Society of Mary as it struggled against anticlericalism in France and in Germany is presented in detail.

Companions of Adèle (Hardbound)

Drawn primarily from the Letters of Adèle and Father Chaminade, 145 biographical sketches are presented.

Father Leo Meyer's 13 Years at Nazareth

A touching account of the joys and struggles of founding the Society of Mary in the United States, including the establishment of the University of Dayton and Saint Mary's University

Habits for the Journey: A Mystical and Political Spirituality for Small Christian Communities

"Habits for the Journey" presents a spirituality for Small Christian Communities.

Marianist Praxis: Building Marianist Educational Culture

In addition to the imagery of building a culture of “home,” Brother Stephen examines the holistic need for formation—from teachers, administrators and staff to students, alumni, and parents—and he develops a profile of the Marianist-educated person. He addresses both formal and informal educational settings around the globe.

Marianists in a Continuing Mission

This concise text marvelously highlights the history of the Society of Mary from it’s inception through the late sixties.

Mary, Collaborator with the Holy Spirit: Reflections on the Teaching of Blessed William Joseph Chaminade

What are the teachings of Father Chaminade regarding the relationship between Mary and the Holy Spirit? How do we, as Marianists, view the collaboration between Mary and the Holy Spirit, and build a relationship within this collaboration?

Origins of the Marianist Family (Marianist History Course Discount)

For those taking Part Two of the Online Marianist History Course, this is a discount item for one of the required texts for the course.

Origins of the Marianist Family: Notes on Marianist History

It reads like a Hollywood thriller--and in fact it includes a DVD, called Where We Were Born--yet it is the essence of our Marianist history, the true story of our origins, filled with moments of joy, betrayal, and uncertainty.

Our First Century: 1817-1917

Lebon does a marvelous job of painting a vivid picture of life in the Society of Mary from its inception through the generalate of Good Father Hiss.

Promised Woman

If one wishes to know the wide array of perspectives in the Marianist world about our common spirituality, this collection of papers will be of interest.

Scripture and the Marian Writings of Father William Joseph Chaminade

Father Buby tells us that while Father Chaminade was not a Mariologist, his love for and devotion to Mary prompted him to use the whole of the Bible to teach about Mary in a practical, wisdom-like manner.

Society of Mary in Mexico

Learn about the Marianist implantation in Mexico, which was ended in 1914 because of the Mexican Revolution, and the second implantation that was begun in 1980 and continues today.