Steubenville at St. John's University
On Saturday, July 20, Brothers Brian Poulin and Luis Ramos staffed an informational table at the Steubenville Conference hosted by St. John's University. Many thanks to Br. Mike Sheerin, Campus Minister at St. John's, for arranging this opportunity to spread awareness of religious life and the Marist Brothers in particular.
Celebrating the 2019 Jubilarians
The Marist Brothers United States Province joined together to congratulate all of our Brothers celebrating Jubilee Anniversaries at the Immaculate Conception Center in Douglaston, New York. Congratulations, Brother Jubilarians!
UT Austin Vocations Pilgrimage
Br. Rob Clark led six students from the University of Texas at Austin on a week-long Vocation Pilgrimage on the East Coast. The students joined in community life with Marist Brothers at the Provincial Center in Forest Hills, the community at St. Barnabas in the Bronx, at the Novitiate House at Marist College, and at the Marist Brothers Center in Esopus.
Marist-Chicago at the Upcoming NCEA Convention
Representing Marist High School in Chicago will be Br. Sam Amos and Joanne Paprocki with her husband Joe. Br. Sam teaches freshman and sophomore religion at Marist and works in youth ministry at St. Benedict’s parish in Blue Island, Illinois. Joanne is a member of Marist High School’s “Faculty Faith Formation” team, and her husband, Joe is a well-known speaker and author on adult faith formation. Joe is the author of many books published by Loyola Press.
What is Worth the Gift of My Life?
The gospel tells us that the prodigal son squandered his inheritance on a life of dissipation. Dissipation...a big word that means he was spending, and spending wildly, using all his resources. Maybe he went one too many times to the pub, not that we’d know anything about that!
Br. Patrick Hogan Inducted into AMHS Hall of Fame
Br. Patrick Hogan is one of the most recognizable and influential Marist Brothers in the history of Archbishop Molloy High School in Queens, NY. Known by many as Br. Pat, he dedicated over 55 years of service to Stanners as a teacher, coach, guidance counselor, volunteer, alumni director, alumni spiritual director, and friend.