In “Marianist Martyr—Blessed Jakob Gapp, SM,” Marianist Brothers Martin McMurtrey and Herbert Janson capture the essence of a man who defied Nazi Germany through his words and actions. Blessed Gapp’s story is rooted in an unshakable conviction of always living the Gosepl.
Bihl’s work is a study of the theology of the human person in relationship to Marianist spirituality. His work also includes Trinitarian, liberation, and feminist perspectives and builds a view of the human person who is free and who participates in God’s creative reality.
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.