Marianist Music

Be taken to the foot of the cross, make an act of consecration, or literally sing the praises of Blessed Chaminade with Marianist music composed by Brother Stan Zubek, SM.

Marianist Matters: Chaminade's Letter to the Retreat Masters of 1839

The Letter to the Retreat Masters of 1839 is considered Chaminade’s most important writing. This Marianist Matters provides Lawrence Cada’s introduction to the letter, his English translation of Chaminade’s original, plus a newly-created feature: a section of prayers and reflection questions pertaining to the text for today’ Marianists. This is an excellent resource for individual or community use.
Three O'Clock Prayer

The Three O'Clock Prayer

Jean-Baptiste Armbruster, SM, traces the origin and evolution of the Three O'Clock Prayer. (The prayer's purpose and meaning has changed over time.) He culminates his work with proposals on using it today.

Feast of the Visitation (May 31): To Share the Secret

I've got a secret. It's for me to know and for you to find out. How petulant can you get? This is hardly the way to win friends and influence people.

Meditation on the Creed

Blessed Chaminade offered to his disciples a “prayer method based on the Creed.”

Things Marianist (Full Set of 15 Issues)

Buy a full set of Things Marianist, 15 issues in total, and save.

Concerning the Prayer of Faith (III)

This is the final installment in Father Eduardo Benlloch's series of spiritual reflections on what can be called a Marianist style of meditation.
Rosary

Concerning the Prayer of Faith (II)

Father Chaminade is emphatic: “We must remember faith belongs more to the heart than to the mind.” (This is the second of a three-part series written by Eduardo Benlloch, SM..)

Concerning the Prayer of Faith (I)

True love always seeks the interests of the beloved and how to please him or her. The opposite is not love but possessive self-centeredness. (This is the first article of Father Eduardo Benlloch's three-part series.)

A Christmas Weave

According to Brother Tom Redmond, SM, "I propose the metaphor of knitting, of working with yarn, to help us understand the many threads that go into creating the Christmas story."

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