This essay concerns the question of the formation of religious identity in Lasallian schools in the context of today’s multi-cultural and multi-religious reality. It is, in fact, a modified version of a capstone project that uses the framework of the Institute’s Lasallian Formation: The Pilgrim’s Handbook (2019) to explore religious plurality in an academic context.
Keywords: religious education, multi-religious reality, plurality, Lasallian formation, diversity, Catholic Church, Christian-Muslim dialogue, unity, interreligious learning
Mejias, Rey E.
Brother Rey E. Mejias, who belongs to the Lasallian East Asia District (LEAD) of the Brother of the Christian Schools and lives in the Philippines, earned a Master of Arts in Lasallian Leadership from Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota.