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Founders Coloring Pages

Great resources for children or for your inner-child . . . color pictures of each of the three Marianist Founders

Marianist Family Prayer Book (Second Edition)

Now in its second edition, The Marianist Family Prayer Book contains the richness of the original work but expands it with the inclusion of more than 60 new prayers crafted by members of the Marianist Family. This new second edition is an essential resource for those inspired by the Marianist approach to spirituality. From the initial glow of daybreak to one's last moments before slumber, there is a prayer in this new edition for every moment of one's day.

Our Marianist Heritage

Joseph Stefanelli, SM, discusses Father Chaminade’s spirituality, its scriptural and historical underpinnings, Mary and some of her titles, and the concept of community within the institute and within the Church as a whole.

Creciendo en las virtudes de Jesús

This is the Spanish version of "Growing in the Virtues of Jesus."

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.

Talking Points: How Can We Be Guided on the Marianist Path?

Short prayers and reflection material for use with "Things Marianist" How Can We Be Guided on the Marianist Path?

Things Marianist: How Can We Be Guided on the Marianist Path?

This new "Things Marianist" examines Blessed Chaminade’s method of prayer both from the perspective of an individual journeying with a companion (spiritual direction) and a communitarian perspective (spiritual accompaniment of a community). Marianist experts Stepehen Glodek, SM; Pati Krasensky; and Thomas Redmond, SM; are the coauthors of this work.

Talking Points: How Are the Marianist Three Offices Like an Orchestra?

Short prayers and reflection material for use with "Things Marianist," How Are the Marianist Three Offices Like an Orchestra?

Things Marianist: How Are the Three Offices Like an Orchestra?

The Marianist Three Offices are an orchestra: sounds that blend well together to build an outward sense of Christ in and for the world.

Talking Points: How Do People Make Commitments to Living Marianist Life?

A resource to better understand Marianist stability and commitments to a Marianist way of life

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