Sharing Our Marianist Stories

Sharing Our Marianist Stories

Podcast Hosted by: Sister Gabrielle Bibeau, FMI and Patti Gehred

This podcast is inspired by NPR’s Storycorps podcast series. We record different people within the Marianist Family as they tell their stories of being Marianist. We strive to get a variety of experiences recorded from both lay and religious Marianists from different parts of the country.

How to Listen:

You can click on any of the episodes below to listen online on your computer or device.

Following Mary's Yes: Inner City

Lay Marianists Mike and Beth Schultz share their story about graduating from the University of Dayton and founding the Nassau Lay Marianist Community on the urban East side of Dayton. The Nassau Community was inspired by the Marianist charism and the Catholic Worker Movement as a living community that would build relationships with the urban poor. This community would eventually start Mission of Mary Cooperative, which is a non-profit urban farm in East Dayton that also provides fresh food to low-income families.

Episode 1: First Lay Assembly

Episode #1: Reflections on the first Lay Assembly with Marge Cavanaugh and Anthony Garascia Conversation between Marge Cavanaugh and Anthony Garascia regarding the first Marianist Lay Assembly in North American and the rapid growth and changes that occurred throughout the 1990s. (Recorded on July 15, 2017 - MLC-NA Assembly, University of Dayton, Kennedy Union)

Listen to this episode online: https://podcasts-1.feedpress.co/17954/SOMS%20Ep%201%20FINAL%20CUT.mp3

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