“Global Citizenship” project 10th anniversary mass
Ten years ago, in January, 2007, two members of staff from Lawside Academy in Dundee travelled to India to establish contact with the Marist Brothers in Mangamanuthu and Trichy. The aim was to find ways of offering assistance to the Brothers in their work with the Dalits in the village of Mangamanuthu and the Rainbow Project, set up to care for mothers and children suffering from HIV.
The privilege of being a Marist pupil
The Marist School in Cham sees itself committed to the international heritage of the Institute’s founder, St. Marcellin Champagnat and over many decades has supported various Marist projects in poor countries. Due to these widespread contacts, a number of Brothers and others from the Marist Institute have come from all over the world to the Marist School at Cham to speak with the pupils at first hand about the culture, particular features and issues of their own countries. Read more »
Bicentenary: Marist celebrations at Genval and Habay
A beautiful gathering took place at Genval on the afternoon of 2nd January. Celebrating a bicentenary is not a common event, particularly a family anniversary. And so a significant gathering was called for. For that is what being Marist is: people coming together to celebrate and share.