Lasallian Ambassador Program

November 27th, 2019|0 Comments

            Riverdale, NY - Brother Carlos A. Pinto-Corredor arrived at Manhattan College in January 2019 from Colombia. He is a former student and active member of the INDIVISA MANENT MOVEMENT (Lasallian Association of Human Development and Leadership Groups in the District of Bogotá). He is a graduate of La Salle University of Bogotá, Colombia with a degree in Education and Religious Studies. Carlos has served as a volunteer, catechist, missionary, teacher, assistant principal, counselor and campus ministry [...]

Brothers & Sisters — Side by Side in the Mission

November 25th, 2019|0 Comments

Rooftop class photo of seventh grade boys, Ascension School, Manhattan, 1927 - from Vision magazine. from Vision: The Sisters of Charity of New York - Autumn 2019 edition - by Steve Sweeny There’s an appropriateness and a near symmetry to it: across the great nave of St. Patrick’s Cathedral the shrines of Elizabeth Seton on the south side and John Baptist de La Salle on the north face each other. Through the charism of their religious families, the people of New [...]

The Distinguished Lasallian Educators of 2019

November 23rd, 2019|0 Comments

The District's Distinguished Lasallian Educators were awarded at the Huether Lasallian Conference, on Nov. 23, 2019. (center 3, l to r: Dr. Rhonda Hazell, Ms. Carol Soltys, and Mr. Skip Gaus, AFSC, pictured here with District Office leadership, and Superior General Br. Robert Schieler, FSC.) The District of Eastern North America is proud to present the 2019 Distinguished Lasallian Educators Each year The Brothers of the Christian Schools of the Lasallian Region of North America recognize Lasallian Educators for their [...]

Manhattan Students Join Lasallian Peers at Ignatian Teach-In

November 19th, 2019|0 Comments

Washington, DC - Ten Manhattan College students, led by Conor Reidy and Jacquie Martin in the office of Campus Ministry & Social Action (CMSA), traveled to Washington, D.C. from November 16-18 for the 22nd annual Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice. The group advocated for environmental and social justice issues such as climate change and immigration reform. “We were thrilled to once again attend the annual Ignatian Family Teach-In in Washington D.C,” Reidy said. “We will continue to work together to explore what our [...]

  • Br. Robert Schieler, FSC, Superior General of the Brothers of the Christian Schools

DENA Family Together for Association Celebration and 10 Years of Mission

November 15th, 2019|0 Comments

Christian Brothers and Partners-in-Mission from more than 35 Catholic Lasallian Ministries throughout the Northeast gathered virtually and in-person; to explore vocation and the future of mission.   Superior General, Brother Robert Schieler, FSC, keynote speaker for the District Association Celebration Philadelphia, PA - For the past ten years, the Brothers of the Christian Schools, along with their Lasallian Partners, have provided a human and Christian education to more than 14,000 students and their families as one geographic network: The District of [...]

Art Exhibit Depicts Veterans’ Stories Dating Back to World War II

November 12th, 2019|0 Comments

Manhattan College Presents The Experiencing Veterans and Artists Collaboration Gallery at Flatiron Building, previously at O’Malley Library earlier in 2019 Kirsten Battocchio ’18, recent Manhattan College alumni who served in the armed forces. New York, NY - Experiencing Veterans and Artists Collaboration (EVAC), an art project that was displayed at Manhattan College’s O’Malley Library in the spring 2019, has moved to a pop-up space in midtown Manhattan’s Flatiron Building. The EVAC exhibit includes visual presentations and accompanying narratives such as those [...]