Posted by Brother Alain Houry
on 26 March 2020
To make a presentation on fifty years of Lasallian Studies involves approaching the journey of an Institute that for over eight decades, participating in the cultural and ecclesial dynamics of the 20th century, was given the task of asking fundamental questions about its origins in order to better understand its present and, thus, better prepare itself to face the future. Brother Alain Houry, of the Archives in France, offers a description rich in names, biographical sources and
data that we consider an indispensable reference for approaching the complexity of Lasallian research for the present and for the future.
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