Lasallian Summer Programs for Professional Development and Formation in 2022

Learn more about Lasallian heritage and connect with other Lasallians worldwide!  We invite all faculty and staff to consider attending one or more of these summer programs.  Contact Sally Jamison, Coordinator in the Office of Mission (sjamison@stmarys-ca.edu or Ext. 4406) for more information.   

Deadline for Summer Program Registration 2022

The deadline to register for Regional summer formation programs is Friday, May 6, just two weeks away! The Office for Lasallian Education at Christian Brothers Conference will offer the Buttimer Institute of Lasallian Studies, the Brother John Johnston Institute of Contemporary Lasallian Practice and the Lasallian Social Justice Institute (LSJI) as in-person programs. Space is still available in Buttimer and Johnston. LSJI is full, and a waitlist is available. Learn more about the programs >

Lasallian Social Justice Institute, Sunday, June 26 - Saturday, July 2, 2022

The Lasallian Social Justice Institute (LSJI) is a formation program based on the Gospel and our Lasallian vocation to the promotion of social justice and service to the poor. 

The Lasallian Social Justice Institute, OKI-NI-SII-KA-WA "Come and See" will take place at the De La Salle Blackfeet School in Browning, Montana.  LSJI is capped to 20 participants through a first-come/first-served registration process.  Participants who attended the 2021 virtual program on this topic will receive priority registration.  Registration will open in February. 

Please access https://cbconf.salsalabs.org/LSJISummer2022/index.html to register for LSJI on line.  The Office of Mission will support SMC commuity members attending LSJI. 

Please contact Sally Jamison at sjamison@stmarys-ca.edu for more information. 

 

      

 

 

Buttimer Institute of Lasallian Studies,June 26 - July 9, 2022

Manhattan College, New York

The Buttimer Institute is a multi-summer (three years total) Lasallian education and formation program that studies the life and work of St. John Baptist de La Salle and the origins of the Lasallian Educational mission. 

https://lasallian.info/programs-events/buttimer/

 

Mini-Buttimer at Saint Mary's College, June 7-9, 2022

Faculty and Staff are invited to sign-up for three days to explore the history of De La Salle with a stellar line-up of instructors who will lead us to a better understanding of our Lasallian heritage and its centrality to our Saint Mary's College Community.

Join Mini-Buttimer for three days of on-campus activity, conversation, relfection, prayer, meditation and hospitality with your Colleagues.

                   Contact Sally Jamison for more information on any of these programs:  sjamison@stmarys-ca.edu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Learn more about Lasallian heritage and connect with other Lasallians! We invite all faculty and staff to consider attending one or more of these programs. Contact Sally Jamison, Coordinator in the Office of Mission (sjamison@stmarys-ca.edu or Ext. 4406) for more information!

 

 

 

Lasallian Social Justice Institute, July 18-24, 2021

The Lasallian Social Justice Institute, OKI-NI-SOO-KA-WA “Come and See,” will be held virtually July 20-22, 2021.  The purpose of LSJI is to promote the continuing process of conversion to solidarity with persons in poverty and to provide an authentic response to the Gospel and our Lasallian vocation.

Please access https://cbconf.salsalabs.org/LSJISummer2021/index.html to register for LSJI on line.  The Office of Mission will support SMC commuity members attending LSJI. 

       Please contact Sally Jamison at sjamison@stmarys-ca.edu for more information. 

 

 

 

Buttimer Formation Program, June 26 - July 9, 2021 (three-year program)

Manhattan College, New York.

A three-year program that studies the life, work, and spirituality of Saint John Baptist de La Salle and the origins of the Lasallian Educational mission.

 

Mini-Buttimer at Saint Mary’s College, June 8-10, 2021

Saint Mary’s own formation program for community members. Great chance to meet others on campus and gain an understanding of De La Salle’s life, history of Lasallian schools and defining moments, and introduction of Lasallian pedagogy and spirituality.