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Online Lenten Retreat
Marist Young Adults USA invite you to join in their Online Lenten Retreat. Weeks 1 and 2 are now available for viewing on Youtube. See links below:
Marist Community: What Does It Mean For Us Today?
Every great idea is centered on a great ideal. “Marist community” is an ideal that we try to live. We live in a time and era of constant change. Our lives are a community of differences, but there are some ideals that remain constant. The reason for our lives together is centered on our love for God through the saving power of Jesus. Jesus becomes the inspiration through our personal, communal, and liturgical prayer, and through these prayers, there is hope for a unique and deepened personal relationship with each other. As we mature in our religious lives, certain activities help to make our lives fulfilled and happier. Community, then, is an experience of sacrificing one’s needs for the other; it is generosity for the weakest and tolerance for the strongest. “Treating others like we would like to be treated.” As we enter our third millennium of Marist life, we must be wary of negativism, over-work, and selfishness which could lean to loneliness. Yet, through our love for God and charity toward others, we certainly can have a communal life that is fulfilling, a joyful and beneficial experience that others would like to share. As Marist Brothers globally, our mission outside of community and outside our little worlds come from the benefits gained in common. Following the ideals is the challenge in the third millennium, and the witness that makes strong God’s love is paramount, as the fulfillment of the ideal is always a goal and a possibility.
Reflection Question: What areas in our lives in common do we need to challenge, dream, and develop more deeply in order to be brothers and sisters of Mary and Champagnat?
— Br. John Healy, FMS
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The Fund For Molloy is Archbishop Molloy High School’s annual giving campaign. The Fund is a vital part of the School’s finances. Tuition alone does not account for the full costs associated with receiving a Stanner education. To keep tuition affordable and accessible for all, income from Molloy’s endowments and The Fund For Molloy make up the difference. Each year, alumni, parents and friends make gifts that have a meaningful impact on the school’s budget. For over 122 years we have relied on our community to help fulfill our educational mission. We are grateful to all who have stepped up for Stanner High in the past and hope you will continue to support Molloy.
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