Things Marianist: How Do People Make Commitments to Living Marianist Life?

This Things Marianist examines the “keep on keeping on” aspect to Marianist life that is known as stability.

Things Marianist (Full Set of 15 Issues)

Buy a full set of Things Marianist, 15 issues in total, and save.

Promise and the Path: Starting and Sustaining Marianist Communities

. . . a resource for community meetings. The structure of each chapter has a nice balance of personal story, solid Marianist formation, and well-thought out discussion questions.

Mary and Freedom

According to Brother Lawrence J. Cada, SM, "American Catholic spirituality draws its most distinctive genius from the high ideals of the American ethos. Freedom is the ideal that will link Marianist spirituality and American Catholic spirituality."

Golden Anniversary of Alliance Mariale

The Marianist Family is comprised of four branches. While many know about the Marianist Lay Communities, Marianist Sisters, and Society of Mary, fewer people are aware of the Alliance Mariale. So, just what is it? This article by Michelle Héraud fills in some of the details.

Whose Wine Is It? Reflections on the Relationship Between Marianist Religious Communities and Marianist Lay Communities

Framed by the scripture and images of the wedding feast at Cana (John 2:10), Brother Glodek explores the relationship of Marianist laity and Marianist religious men and women.

Do Whatever He Tells You: Revisiting Communities for the New Millennium

If you are looking for a connection between the foundation of the Marianist Family and Marianist ways of responding to today's world in building community, this is a great source.

Just--Do Whatever He Tells You . . . Together!

A practical guide to collaboration among communities in the Marianist Family; based on experiences of Marianist Lay Communities (MLC) in North America

Just--Do Whatever He Tells You

A very practical, down-to-earth guide to forming and building communities, the suggested resources and strategies make this an invaluable tool for establishing and continuing faith-based communities. What sets this apart from other resources is the proven effectiveness of the ideas to actually work in the forming and sustaining of small communities.

Things Marianist: What Do You Mean, I'm a Missionary?

Our Marianist Founders have told us that "we are all missionaries." What did they mean by the term "missionary?"

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