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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

December 9, 2020

Your Support and the CARES Act: Key Provisions

During this challenging year, we thank God for the many blessings that we receive in our daily lives and the extraordinary support of our benefactors like you.

January 13, 2021

Brother Charles Cully, C.F.X.

In the gospel reading for Monday, January 11, we read about Jesus’ invitation to Simon and Andrew and then to James and John to ‘come after me, and…

December 25, 2020

December 25: The Nativity of the Lord

Advent is certainly a time of song. The aching longing of “O Come, O Come Emmanuel” - the boundless joy of Handel’s “For unto us a Child is…

December 24, 2020

December 24

I have always loved this Canticle of Zechariah and thought it was so fitting for Christmas Eve

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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