Adèle de Batz de Trenquelléon

Twelve Days of Christmas

Adèle de Batz de Trenquelléon

 


 

This booklet is a gift from all of us at the North American Center for Marianist Studies. Take time for prayer, reflection, and transformation. Take time for yourself. We wish you a blessed holiday season filled with peace and love.

To view the document, click on the pdf file listed below.

 


 

Talking Points: Who Started All This Anyhow?

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Talking Points
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As Talking Points is an electronic document, it will be emailed to you by NACMS staff. Please  order via the NACMS website. No shipping and handling apply to your order of Talking Points.

 


Talking Points contains prayer, scripture, and reflection questions related to the following issues of Things Marianist.

God Alone: Thoughts from Adèle

By: Adèle de Batz de Trenquelléon
Source: North American Center for Marianist Studies

Adèle de Batz de Trenquelléon

To listen to the audio file, click here.

Adèle's Family Tree

Source: Basic Handbook of Marianist Studies, second edition. See attachment for the tree.

Chateau

Adèle de Batz de Trenquelléon: A Brief Chronology of Her Life

By: Lawrence Cada, SM
Source: Basic Handbook of Marianist Studies, second edition

Adèle de Batz de Trenquelléon

Founders before 1800

Source: Basic Handbook of Marianist History

 


 

See the pdf attachment for the text.

 


 

Things Marianist: Who Started All of This, Anyhow?

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TM Who Started
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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.

 

 

Food for the Soul: Marianist Family Collaboration

By: Carol Ramey

Food for the Soul: Collaboration


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.)

Vision and Leadership Styles of Marie Thérèse de Lamourous and Adèle de Batz de Trenquelléon

By: Alison R. Cawley

Alison R. Cawley

Historical Sketch of the Vision and Leadership Styles of Marie Thérèse de Lamourous and Adèle de Batz de Trenquelléon, and Their Inspiration Today for the Marianist Family

Introduction

Anniversary of the Death of Adèle

Date: 
Mon, 2011-01-10 (All day)

“Adèle did not set out to be a model for anyone. She sought only to do the will of her loving God. And, like the Mother of Jesus eighteen hundred years earlier, in so doing she allowed God to do great things in her. Her life, her work, and especially her ideas and her ideals can continue to inspire us today.”

from Adèle, Aristocrat for the Poor by Joseph Stefanelli, SM

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