"Religious life with its various structures...has a long tradition of synodality, even if we may have not used the word"
"If you or I were asked today what it means to be a Marist, what testimony would, if you or I were asked today what it means to be a Marist, what testimony would we give?"
Lent invites us to ask the hard questions about “how” and even “where” we are called to live our Marist missionary vocation for today where missionary challenges abound.
Will all my life’s efforts eventually come to nothing?” We can be tempted by the demon of discouragement.
If more traditional forms of Marist life are no longer viable then what are the newer forms that are emerging that motivate us to thrive well into the future?
"Mary's presence, as the Mother of God, is life-giving. We share in her vocation by sharing her life to nurture life by our Marist vocation."