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My Identity As a Marist: Humility, Simplicity, and Modesty

When I contemplate the virtues of humility, simplicity, and modesty, I recognize that humility is the foundation for the other two. A humble spirit opens your heart and mind to all other virtues. I also realized that in today’s materialistic world, the most difficult virtue to practice is simplicity.

All around us we see and hear messages that offer happiness if we consume endlessly and fill our lives with more possessions. The truth is, when we fill our lives with material and mental clutter, we alinate God and neglect people who truly matter, effectively dimming the light of Christ’s love. But when we commit to simplicity, Christ’ light burns bright and guides us to more fulfilling and meaningful experiences.

How often does society tempt us to turn away from humility, simplicity, and modesty? My encounter with members of the Marist family from around the world for celebration and prayer this past summer was a refreshing reminder that community is a gift. It is through this gift of community that we can hold ourselves accountable and challenge one another to grow in these Marist virtues.

Reflection Questions: What do these Marial values mean to you as a Marist? How do you live them out in your everyday actions with others?

— Irving Burbano
Alumnus, Mount St. Michael Academy
White House, Washington DC

Read about Stanners currently making headlines!

WTC Walk

Boys Varsity Basketball 

Moses Brown ’18 

Cole Anthony ’19 

Sundiata Gaines ’04 

Khalid Moore ’18 

Ros Gold-Onwude ’05 

Eric Van Zanten ’98

Karina Event 

Karina Event 

Karina Event

Maurice Stucke ’83 

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.

Every gift to The Fund For Molloy, whatever its size, makes a valuable and immediate difference for the school and its students. Contact to learn about ways to give or make your gift online today.

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Click Here for past event photo galleries, or view our most recent event galleries below:

Walkathon ’17

Harvey 5K Fun Run 

Walk/Run for Karina 

Graduation ’17 

Grad Breakfast ’17 

St. Ann Breakfast ’17 

Stanner Golf Classic ’17 

Stanner Hall of Fame

Evening w/ Ray Kelly

2016 Molloy Oktoberfest

Molloy Oktoberfest


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