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Includes: The Rules of Christian Decorum and Civility; Explanation of the Method of Interior Prayer ; Meditations by John Baptist de La Salle; Religious Instructions and Exercises of Piety for the Christian Schools; Collection of Various Short Treatises; The Letters of John Baptist de La Salle; The Conduct of the Christian Schools; Rule and Foundational Documents
"What, then, does the adjective ‘Lasallian’ add to the common understanding of the word ‘spirituality’? This article written by Br. Gerard Rummery suggests that it brings a particular ‘flavour’ or indeed emphasis, because it is inseparably linked to the life-story of Saint John Baptist de La Salle and the world-wide educational movement of which he founded."
The International Association of La Salle Universities (IALU) is the network of Lasallian higher education institutions around the world. IALU actively supports the promotion of the educational vision and charism of St. John Baptist de La Salle by facilitating innovative opportunities for collaboration, research, exchange and development among its member institutions
What does it mean to be Lasallian?
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Ex corde Ecclesiae (“From the Heart of the Church”) is an APOSTOLIC CONSTITUTION issued on August 15, 1990, by Pope JOHN PAUL II. It was intended to supplement the Apostolic Constitution on ecclesiastical faculties and universities, Sapientia Christiana (1979), by providing for non-ecclesiastical universities and other Catholic institutions of higher learning a description of their nature and purpose and general norms to govern their activities.