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in harmony small things grow.
Following the path of our Founder, we see ourselves as called to live ordinary lives that give witness to God’s unconditional love. As Ryken’s spiritual conversion was the sense of his being “put in his place” by God, we too believe that the Xaverian calling is a way of being put in our place in the world, a place of humility and simplicity, from which we receive the grace to turn toward God, fall in love with God, and put ourselves in God’s service as followers of Jesus Christ.
May 5, 2020
Xaverian Brothers’ Mission in Haiti Responds to COVID-19
Life in Haiti is marked by greater insecurity in the huge Martissant neighborhood of Port-au-Prince and by the Coronavirus pandemic.
October 16, 2020
Inauguration Ceremony for Complex Housing Workshops and Administrative Offices in Congo
On October 14, an inauguration ceremony was held for the newly completed building complex in Fungurume, Congo, housing two workshops (mechanical and electrical) and four administrative offices, as…
September 18, 2020
St. Xavier High School Bungoma Continues to Engage Learners Amid Pandemic
Revision materials sent through emails and social media, phone calls and frequent communication with parents, and engaging students via WhatsApp are just a few ways teachers at St.…
September 18, 2020
Grappling with Pandemic, Ryken Center Presses on
“We’re trying our best to keep the children at peace within the facility by engaging their minds in practical activities,” said Brother Edmond Juma.
XAVERIAN BROTHERS SPONSORED SCHOOLS
INSPIRING LIVES OF LEARNING, FAITH, & SERVICE
The Xaverian Brothers Sponsored Schools is a network of Roman Catholic secondary schools sharing a common mission. The thirteen schools currently include over 13,000 students and their families, 1,000 faculty, staff and administrators and 300 trustees.