NACMS programs are offered in a range of formats from virtual to in-person. New programs are frequently added.
MSP 2.0 is a year-long program of assisted inquiry into a topic in Marianist Studies. Through reading and discussion, monthly virtual meetings, and a week at NACMS, participants will engage with colleagues, experts, and the NACMS staff with a goal of producing a publishable product. To learn more, click here.
These kits include all you need for a community meeting on a Marianist topic: an opening prayer, program material (articles, podcasts, videos), reflection questions, and a final blessing. To learn more, click here.
The Spirit of Saragossa Retreat was developed in 2008 by an international team of Marianist brothers, sisters, and priests as an extended 30-day retreat experience for Marianist religious preparing for final vows. This retreat has been adapted for those who cannot get away for 30 days as a “retreat in daily life” where the retreatant continues in his or her daily life with a focused daily prayer time, along with weekly meetings with the retreat director over a period of four to six months. To learn more, click here.
A NACMS webinar on the Marianist Charism will be presented by Dave Fleming, SM and Gabby Bibeau, FMI August 19-23, 2019. To learn more, click here.
NACMS staff are available to provide in-person presentations on a wide range of topics. Presentations can be tailored to fit the needs of your group. Please contact Patti Gehred, NACMS Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.