Brother William Mann, FSC

ABSTRACT

This is the keynote address at an international gathering of former Lasallian students. Stories of initial engagement and lifelong commitment set the context for the invitation to deepen Lasallian identity, spirituality, and association for mission. By way of conclusion, the three practices of presence, fraternity, and interiority are proposed as habits that nourish Lasallians on the journey of life and mission.

Full Text: Nurturing Lasallian Spirituality Today A Journey from Affectionately Grateful Former Students to Lasallian Associates

Keywords: Spirituality, Gratitude, Formation, Threshold Moments, Lasallian Practices

William Mann, FSC, D.Min.

Brother William Mann, FSC, who holds a Doctor of Ministry degree from Colgate Rochester Divinity School (1990), is president emeritus of Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota. He is a former vicar general of the Brothers of the Christian Schools (2000-2007), who served as president of Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota from 2008 to 2018 and as president of the International Association of La Salle Universities from 2015 to 2018.

ISSN: 2151-2515
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