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Transforming Lives: The Life of a De La Salle Christian Brother

Originally published in The Courier, Diocese of Winona-Rochester, MN Teaching Minds, Touching Hearts, Transforming Lives To touch the hearts of your students and inspire them with the Christian Spirit...


Passion for the Periphery

Reflection by Brother Peter Nguyen, FSC I’ve always had a passion for living life on the periphery and in a radical way–radical as in returning to the roots. A...


Being Brother in the Holy Land

Reflection by Brother Peter Iorlano, FSC I am currently serving in higher education at Bethlehem University in the Holy Land. At present, the university has a student population of...


Novice Profile: Brother Steven

Hometown Gutenberg, NJ High School Nicholas Senn High School CPS University Lewis University Degree B.A. Education with a concentration in Math What was your first experience of the Brothers?...


Novice Profile: Brother Kyle

Hometown Washington Heights, New York High School Cardinal Spellman High School University Seton Hall University Degrees B.A. Catholic Studies, B.S. Biology Ministry St. Raymond’s High School for Boys, Bronx,...


World Day for Consecrated Life

February 2, 2021 Watch twelve De La Salle Christian Brothers answering the question, “what it’s like to be a Brother in the time of COVID19?” The answers range from...


Advent Reflection, Fourth Sunday

 The question often can come up when reflecting on Mary, “what does it mean that she was born without original sin?”. While some deeper theological discussions can occur regarding...


Advent Reflection, Third Sunday

This reflection comes from Sunday’s Gospel, John 1:6-8, 19-28 John the Baptist’s response to the question “who are you?” can tell readers something about the call of God. I...


Advent Reflection, Second Sunday

A reflection on this week’s readings: Isaiah 40:1-5, 9-11 , 2 Peter 3:8-14, Mark 1:1-8 There are few things in life that I dislike more than waiting. Whether it...


Advent Reflection, First Sunday

 This reflection comes from the first reading, Isaiah 63:16-17, 19; 64:2-7  One of the greatest debates about faith is the problem of evil. We often ask, “why does God...


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