A New Fulcrum: Marianist Horizons Today

Father David Fleming, former Superior General of the Society of Mary, muses and expounds on key questions of contemporary Marianist life, but always through the magnifying lens of Blessed Chaminade’s quest for a “new fulcrum.” Father Fleming’s work contains 10 essays covering topics pertaining to Marianist education, spirituality, leadership, mixed composition, and identity.

Adèle (Hardbound Edition)

Adèle de Batz de Trenquelléon was a woman of great zeal. She empowered many women to grow in faith, community, and service.

Adèle, Aristocrat for the Poor

Father Joseph Stefanelli, SM writes a brief-yet-encompassing story of the intriguing life of Adèle de Batz de Trenquelléon.

After Adèle

The book fills the gap between Adèle’s death and the suppression of Catholic teaching orders in France at the beginning of the twentieth century.

American Memoirs

These firsthand accounts provide a vivid and colorful description of the trials and joys involved in the early years of the Society of Mary in the United States.

Armbruster Collection

This collection is an excellent resource for seasoned Marianists who seek a deeper understanding into the mind of the Founder.

Autobiography of Father Emile Neubert, Marianist

This is the deeply personal account of a true pioneer in the field of Mariology whose "My Ideal, Jesus, Son of Mary" sold more than a half-million copies worldwide.

Blessed Jakob Gapp, Marianist

The story of Jakob Gapp is a compelling real-life drama of a flawed man's discovery of the Gospel and the journey where it led him, to martydom at the hands of the Nazis.

Blessed William Joseph Chaminade, Founder of the Marianist Family

From Chaminade’s childhood to his challenging last years, Father Gizard serves as our escort through the faith development and works of William Joseph Chaminade.

Blesseds Carlos, Jesús, Fidel, Marianists

The book is a compilation of individual biographies of Brothers Carlos, Eraña, Jesús Hita, and Fidel Fuidio who were martyred in 1937 during the Spanish Civil War.

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