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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
The Connelly Library contains extensive material on Saint John Baptist de La Salle. Searching the catalog will return books in multiple locations that may or not be available to borrow.
Some general guidelines on locations
LASALLIANA: Titles are maintained in the Department of Special Collections. Research hours are Tuesday - Friday from 9am to 4pm. Material does not circulate.
LASALLIAN HERITAGE: Titles were moved from Archival storage to the Reference area in the Library, adjacent to the Information Desk. Material does not circulate but may be consulted during normal Library hours.
2nd FLOOR (or) 3rd FLOOR: Titles are available to borrow according to the normal rules of the Library and/or may be consulted during normal Library hours.
Many titles will return results in more than one location. Researchers are advised to seek out regular circulating titles whenever possible.
See above: a full shelf list of titles in the Lasalliana Collection, arranged by subject.
The Lasalliana Collection is housed in the Department of Special Collections. The entire Collection is displayed in the Reading Room and can be directly accessed and browsed. The Department of Special Collections has special research hours, and does not circulate material. For more information about Special Collections please visit our guide.
La Salle is a Lasallian Catholic university committed to the principle that all knowledge is practical and empowering, filled with the capacity to transform lives. Anchored in the living tradition of the Brothers of the Christian Schools and in association with a diverse and inclusive learning community, our mission is to educate the whole person by fostering a rigorous free search for truth. La Salle, in affirming the value of both liberal arts and professional studies, prepares students for the lifelong pursuit and exploration of wisdom, knowledge, and faith that lead to engaged and fulfilling lives marked by a commitment to the common good.