Women at Work Panel 11/15/18

Alumni Race at Van Cortland Park 11/10/18

Thanksgiving Liturgy 11/21/18

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A Man of God

Not born a saint, Marcellin Champagnat spent a lifetime becoming one. The founder gave his early brothers this sound advice: “To become a brother,” he said, “is to undertake to become a saint.” He came to this awareness through the hard lessons in his own life.

As we have seen, Marcellin’s mother, Marie Therese, and aunt, Louise, were the first to awaken a spiritual life in the young boy. Their example and direction were foundational. He absorbed from both women practices of piety and the spiritual heritage of the high plateau region.

The founder was fortunate to grow up in the district of Marlhes. A region of deep faith, it claimed St. John Francis Regis as its patron and made his shrine a place of pilgrimage. This saint impressed young Marcellin, and influenced his spiritual formation.

We know also that the founder had great devotion to Mary, the mother of Jesus. He lived in the Marial district of bishops in Pothin and Irenaeus, and in a country influenced by the writings of Mariologists such as Olier and Grignon de Montfort. The future saint’s devotion to the Mother of God was shaped initially by the religious practice and theology of late eighteenth and early nineteenth century France.

Jesus, though, and not Mary, was the destination of Marcellin’s journey of faith. The mystery of the Incarnation was at the heart of his spirituality. The founder’s Christology emphasized Jesus in his human nature. While his own writings are not the source of the brothers’ attachment to Christ through Crib, Cross, and Altar, he approved of this practice, and encouraged his followers to use these havens for reflection and prayer.

— Br. Sean D. Sammon, FMS
“The Heart That Knew No Bounds”

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