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INTRODUCTION

WE ARE XAVERIAN BROTHERS

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.

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LIVING THE CHARISM

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.

June 1, 2020

Standing in Solidarity for Racial Justice

The Xaverian Brothers, Xaverian Brothers Sponsored Schools, associate members, and partners in mission join with all those who are disturbed by the killing of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor,…

May 18, 2020

Students Called to Action at Junior Retreat

“You are my life!” exclaimed Brother Brian Davis. He stood before a group of students at the Xaverian Brothers Sponsored Schools annual Junior Retreat

May 18, 2020

Program Presses On

Fourteen temporary professed Brothers who will be making a perpetual commitment as Brothers of the Sacred Heart and Xaverian Brothers came together to begin their four-month Program

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.

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