Gerard Rummery, FSC, Ph.D.

ABSTRACT

In the mid-1990s, Brother Gerard Rummery led the staff and faculty of La Salle University (Philadelphia, PA, USA) through a series of encounters with Lasallian history, much as he does in higher education ministries throughout the world. Presented here is a template of his exercise, through which participants encounter key aspects of the Founder’s reality, presented in stories of crises transcended and invitations answered. Among American Lasallian higher education ministries, Brother Gerard encourages us to find in the person, the life and the spirituality of Saint John Baptist de La Salle a model that in all times encourages us to remain focused upon the sacred nature of our students, colleagues and mission.

KEYWORDS

Lasallian pedagogy; Lasallian higher education;

FULL TEXT

The Lasallian Tradition in Higher Education: Some Reflections From an International Perspective

About the Author

Gerard Rummery, FSC, Ph.D.

Gerard Rummery, FSC, holds a Doctor of Philosophy degree from Lancaster University. He served two periods on the staff of the International Lasallian Center (CIL) in Rome and was twice elected to the General Council of the De La Salle Christian Brothers (1986-1993 and 1993-2000). He remains a presenter and researcher with Lasallian Education Services in Australia.

ISSN: 2151-2515
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