Adèle de Batz de Trenquelléon
By: Caitlin Cipolla-McCulloch, nFMI
[Editor’s note: This paper was delivered on April, 27, 2016, as the capstone project for the Marianist history course during Caitlin’s first-year novitiate.]
As a change agent in society, nonviolence has been employed over the centuries as a response to violent activity in the world. The definitions of nonviolence differ widely, but ultimately they seem to end up with love at the core.
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By: Adèle de Batz de Trenquelléon
Source: North American Center for Marianist Studies
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by Joseph Stefanelli, SM
This is an easy-to-read history of the three people the Marianist Family call "the Founders." The lives and contributions of William Joseph Chaminade, Marie Thérèse de Lamourous, and Adèle de Batz de Trenquelléon are highlighted. Readers can grasp the story of each and find reference material for more historical detail and context.
By: Carol Ramey
The following material is taken from Food for the Soul, a program that is presented by NACMS and sponsored by the University of Dayton's Rector's Office.
See below for the Food for the Soul text and the PowerPoint presentation that accompanies it. (Note: One can read the text notes that accompany the PowerPoint by click the small text icon in the upper-left corner of the page.)