John Baptist de La Salle and the First Brothers: Christian Educators for the Society of Their Time

Maurice-Auguste Hermans, FSC, J.C.D.

Abstract


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Through the extensive notes prepared for his presentations at the Centro Internazionale Lasalliano (Generalate of the Brothers of the Christian Schools, Rome, Italy) in 1983, the author provides a comprehensive orientation to the social, spiritual and political mileau in which John Baptist de La Salle and the first Brothers discerned what would become the Lasallian educational mission. The community of the Brothers is described from its formation, through the emergence of vows and of documents that guide and perpetuate community life. Embedded in the story are key benchmarks in establishing the juridical status of the Brothers. The narrative concludes at the beginning of the twentieth century. In recognition of their value to sholars studying Lasallian heritage, religious orders, and France in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, Brother Maurice-Auguste's notes have been prepared and edited for publication by Brother William Mann.

Keywords


De La Salle Christian Brothers; Catholic religius orders;

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