We have every reason to be very happy to have realised the call of the XXII General Chapter to “Journey together as a global family” in the Marist school community. Champagnat Global is a reality marked by the achievement of some very interesting milestones as… Read More »Looking forward to the future
INTERNATIONALIZATION TEAM– DEEB – PROVINCE CENTRO-SUL – BRAZIL/ 2022 In collaboration with the Internationalization and Pastoral Advisors Teams of the Centro-Sul Province in Brazil, our Integral Bilínguestudents have developed a special St. Marcellin Champagnat’s Day elebration project. During the week preceding the celebration on June… Read More »Champagnat’s Three Violets as a symbol of Simplicity, Modesty, and Humility
As part of the activities of Champagnat Global Open Network, our Marist Global Network of Schools, the celebration of the feast of St. Marcellin Champagnat was held on June 8th and 14th with all the principals of Marist schools around the world. The celebration took… Read More »International Webinar for Marist School Principals
As part of its plan of work with the Marist International School Community, the Marist Global Network of Schools, Champagnat Global, has scheduled a special event, a webinar, to celebrate the feast of St. Marcellin in June for the directors of Marist schools. The theme will… Read More »What makes a school a Marist School?
“If you want to go fast go alone, if you want to go far, go together” (African proverb) The 6th May 2022 marks a milestone in the history of Marist Secondary School in Malawi when the Assistant Director of the Secretariat of Education and Evangelization; Brother Mark… Read More »The Marist Global Network of Schools comes home to Marist Secondary School
On 29 March 2022, the Congregation for Catholic Education issued an Instruction which highlights “the need for greater awareness and coherence of the Catholic identity of the Church’s educational institutions worldwide“, the collaboration of the whole school community and the prevention of “conflicts and divisions… Read More »The identity of the Catholic School for a culture of dialogue