WHO ARE YOUNG LASALLIANS?

WHO ARE YOUNG LASALLIANS?

Young Lasallians are traditionally individuals involved with Lasallian ministries up to the age of 35 including young Brothers, former students of Lasallian schools, lay men and women, and Lasallian Volunteers. The International Council of Young Lasallians unites these young people worldwide and promotes activities to engage them in living the Lasallian mission. The ICYL meet in Rome several times each year for discussion and planning.

WHY ARE WE FOCUSING ON THIS AGE GROUP IN PARTICULAR?

Young Lasallians represent a vital and viable group of individuals who have been positively impacted by the Lasallian mission and who are open to being more deeply connected to the Lasallian heritage and mission in their work and in their lives.

Following in the footsteps of Saint John Baptist de La Salle, himself an innovator in his time, Young Lasallians display a bold creativity in the world of today. They commit themselves to a multitude of service projects, whether in favour of the poor, children and young people, education, the environment or any need inspired by the Lasallian mission and spirit. Furthermore, they operate at local, national and international levels.

Programs in the District of Australia, New Zealand, Pakistan & Papua New Guinea [ANZPPNG] include Volunteer La Salle (Cambodia, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and Share The Mission), Camp La Salle and creating/supporting communities of young people (South Australian Lasallian Team, La Salle Community Melbourne, BASIC Mondays Alumni Group in Sydney, Lasallian Family PNG, etc).

MORE INFORMATION/CONTACT US

For futher information or to continue your involvment in the Lasallian mission as a Young Lasallian or through Lasallian Youth Ministry, contact the Young Lasallian Office on + 61 2 9795 6400 or Contact Us or visit us on Facebook;

 

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