NACMS programs are offered in a range of formats from virtual to in-person. New programs are frequently added.
MSP 2.0 is a year-long program of assisted inquiry into a topic in Marianist Studies. Through reading and discussion, monthly virtual meetings, and a week at NACMS, participants will engage with colleagues, experts, and the NACMS staff with a goal of producing a publishable product. To learn more, click here.
These kits include all you need for a community meeting on a Marianist topic: an opening prayer, program material (articles, podcasts, videos), reflection questions, and a final blessing. To learn more, click here.
The Spirit of Saragossa Retreat was developed in 2008 by an international team of Marianist brothers, sisters, and priests as an extended 30-day retreat experience for Marianist religious preparing for final vows. This retreat has been adapted for those who cannot get away for 30 days as a “retreat in daily life” where the retreatant continues in his or her daily life with a focused daily prayer time, along with weekly meetings with the retreat director over a period of four to six months. To learn more, click here.
We offer occasional webinars about the Marianist charism and Marianist history. To see our lates webinar offerings, click here.
NACMS staff are available to provide in-person presentations on a wide range of topics. Presentations can be tailored to fit the needs of your group. Please contact Patti Gehred, NACMS Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.