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DLCBDe La Salle Christian Brothers (Rhode Island)
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The De La Salle Christian Brothers are members of a worldwide educational movement in about 80 countries with more than 800,000 students.
Sponsored by the De La Salle Christian Brothers, Lewis University is nationally recognized for preparing intellectually engaged, ethically grounded, globally connected and socially responsible graduates.
Today the university, still affiliated with the De La Salle Christian Brothers, reaches 6,900 students.
ambassador to Guatemala at the time, also made it very clear that it was up to the De La Salle Christian Brothers to hand in the names of those responsible to him, thus further jeopardizing our education ministry in the Huehuetenango area.
Serving as a center for the advancement, sharing, and use of knowledge, Bethlehem University traces its roots to 1893 when the De La Salle Christian Brothers opened schools in Bethlehem, Jerusalem, Jaffa, Nazareth, Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, and Egypt.
The perceived and preferred goals of principals, De La Salle Christian Brothers, and lay teachers in Lasallian schools.
The De La Salle Christian Brothers in the United States are reasonably proud of their long history of service to the Church in this country.
As a youngster in Ireland, the 007 hero was repeatedly physically abused and punished at school by the De La Salle Christian Brothers.
The De La Salle Christian Brothers will lead tomorrow's celebration of the Feast of Saint John Baptist de la Salle, the revered founder of the Brothers of the Christian Schools and the patron of all school teachers.
Lewis University is sponsored by Gros' religious order, De La Salle Christian Brothers.
Rodemann came to Kansas City in 1961 as a newly professed member of the De La Salle Christian Brothers assigned as a teacher to a boys' high school.
The two schools in Bethlehem are under Christian sponsorship, Bethlehem University, run by the De La Salle Christian Brothers, and Bethlehem Bible College, an interdenominational Christian institution.