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?

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.
Chaminade and Mary

Chaminade's Letter to Pope Gregory XVI, Rome

A crowning achievement of the Founder's life was completing the Marianist Constitutions and securing a Decree of Praise from the Vatican.
William Joseph Chaminade

Letter to the Retreat Masters of 1839

Read Brother Lawrence J. Cada's masterful translation of this important spiritual letter that shaped the early development of the Society of Mary.
Brook

"I am like a brook."

What is the source of this quote attributed to Father Chaminade?
Three Founders

Three People, One Mission

A look at the skill set that each Founder brought to the establishment of the comprehensive Marianist Family

Spiritual Direction: Chaminade and Chevaux

Explore spiritual direction in early Marianist life.
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Writings on Faith (2-Volume Set)

The first volume contains selections from Chaminade’s letters from 1796 to 1849, 53 years of his active life in the service of the Church. Volume two is divided into two sections: faith in the writings for lay people and faith in the writings for religious life.

William Joseph Chaminade: Writings on Mental Prayer

This volume is a collection of original texts on mental prayer from the letters, writings on prayer, and talks and retreats given by William Joseph Chaminade; therefore, the language is from the 19th century.

William Joseph Chaminade, His Apostolic Intent and His Engagement with Schools, Instruction, and Education: An Historical Portrait

Recommended for school administrators and for those who seek to deepen their philosophy of Marianist education

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