Rwanda: official blessing of “Académie De La Salle”

On 11thOctober, Most Rev Servilien NZAKAMWITA, Bishop of Byumba Diocese, accompagnied by Father Emmanuel RUTSINDINTWARANE, Parish Priest of  Byumba Cathedral, led the official blessing of Académie De La Salle. Académie De La Salle is a Private School led by the De La Salle Brothers. It has three levels of education: Nursery, Primary and Secondary. The ceremony started with a Holy Mass presided by Bishop Servilien NZAKAMWITA. » Read more

Congratulations Br. Solofo

After 3 years of hard work, Br. Solofo Zazaroanadahy FSC, student-Brother from the District of Antananarivo (Madagascar) successfully defended his thesis entitled: “An Evaluation of the Levels of Competency of Senior Secondary School teachers of Institution  Sainte Famille, Mahamasina – Antananarivo, Madagascar: Basis of Suggested Activities for Teachers Development. This is the final requirement for graduating with a Master of Arts in Education, Major in Educational Management at De La Salle University Dasmariñas, Philippines.  » Read more

DWA: Official opening of a new school in Kiri

On 12 October, Brother Julien Diarra, Visitor of the District of West Africa, led the official opening of the new primary school of Kiri in Bobo Dioulasso (Burkina Faso). 44 pupils, their parents, the village chief, the teacher, and the Brothers from the  Novitiate and Provincial House were present at the ceremony. Brother Dieudonné Kolosnonré responsible for monitoring the project animated the program of the ceremony. » Read more

Rome: Formation for New Visitors

[…]  Visitors, Delegate and President, twenty three in number, met from September 14 to 23 around the Superior General and his Council to learn the baba of their ministry. Article 142 of the Revised Rule clarifies this ministry to which the Brother Visitors are called:”The Brother Visitor is at the service of his Brothers, ready to listen to themand remaining in contact with themHe cares about their vocation and tries to promote close cooperation between them, to help them carry out their mission more effectively in all their apostolic works.

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