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life & labours of Saint John Baptist de la Salle

Francis Thompson

life & labours of Saint John Baptist de la Salle

founder of the Brothers of the Christian Schools

by Francis Thompson

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Published by Burns & Oates, B. Herder in London, St. Louis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • La Salle, Jean Baptiste de, -- Saint, -- 1651-1719

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesLife and labours of Saint John Baptist ...
    Statementby Francis Thompson...
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 86 p. :
    Number of Pages86
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16502279M

    St. John Baptist de La Salle was born in Rheims, France. He was known as the Father of Modern Pedagogy. He opened free schools for poor children, introducing . Day by Day with St. John Baptist de La Salle; January 1st The Most Blessed Virgin lived her whole life by the spirit of faith, and it is this spirit that God wants you to have. St. Anthony withdrew to the desert where he laboured manually to earn a livelihood and to help the poor. To his labour .

    Louis Fréchette, 4 books Yves Poutet, 3 books Armand Ravelet, 2 books William John Battersby, 2 books Michel Sauvage, 2 books La Salle, Jean Baptiste de Saint, 2 books Saturnino Gallego, 2 books Koch, Carl, 2 books Christophe Mory, 2 books Luke Salm, 2 books Georges Rigault, 2 books Francisco Febres Cordero Muñoz, 1 book Edward A. Fitzpatrick. De La Salle High School Winton Drive Concord, CA Phone: () Contact Us. About Us Academic Life Admissions Alumni Arts. Athletics Campus Life Campus Ministry College Counseling. Course Catalog Giving Library Parents. School Calendar School Schedules Spartan Store Student Support Services.

    Saint John Baptist de La Salle SAINT JOHN BAPTIST DE LA SALLE Founder of the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools, Patron of Christian Teachers. John Baptist de La Salle was born into a world very different from our own. He was the first son of wealthy parents living in France over years ago. Saint John Baptist de La Salle is a man I look to as a model of service and spirituality. Angela Schimek. I admire John Baptist de La Salle because of his deep faith and stick-to-it-ness in the mission he received from God, his willingness to pray in the midst of great trials, and his consistent belief in Providence. This man is truly remarkable.


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Consequently, the two have been confused. In addition, a writer for Baltimore’s Evening Sun in a article added to the confusion when he alluded to La Salle’s football team as the “Explorers.”.Saint Jean-Baptiste de La Salle, (born ApReims, France—died April 7,Rouen; canonized ; feast day April 7), French educator and founder of the Brothers of the Christian Schools (sometimes called the de La Salle Brothers), the first Roman Catholic congregation of male nonclerics devoted solely to schools, learning, and teaching.