Brother Luke Salm: A Life, A Reminiscence, A Valediction

Amy Surak, Richard M. Tristano, PhD, William Mann, FSC, DMin


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While no biography of Brother Luke Salm (1921-2009) has yet been published, the material that is presented here is an initial attempt to give some sense of the man.

The authors hope that these short pieces, each in its own way a commemoration, will help the reader to understand better the significant role that Brother Luke played as Lasallian scholar, teacher, theologian, and Brother of the Christian Schools.

Amy Surak supplies a curriculum vitae, a course of Brother Luke’s eventful life. Richard Tristano’s reminiscence documents Brother Luke’s command of Lasallian studies and how he patiently guided him as he struggled to discern a way to understand the Founder’s life and charism. Finally, Brother William’s eulogy, while an appreciation of Brother Luke’s many accomplishments, is much more a valediction, a fond farewell to a friend and brother who served the Manhattan College community and the Lasallian Family in so many ways.


Lasallian; Scholarship of teaching and learning

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