ORDER MASS CARDS
Publication Mission Statement
The editorial team of this publication, with gratitude for the caring and support provided to the Christian Brothers and their ministries, are happy to present this quarterly newsletter. We offer Lasallian Notes to members of the Lasallian family who have been good friends to the Brothers, some in a wide variety of ways. Within these pages, we hope to stir fond memories, inform of current happenings and achievements, and widen understanding of the scope of our ministries. We do these things in order to reinforce the bond shared with you in the mission of the Founder, Saint John Baptist de La Salle. Through this publication, we attempt to play our part in helping to strengthen and grow the Lasallian ministries, and support the Brothers in their efforts to serve and help others throughout the District and the world. As this says, you are the reason we publish this newsletter. Serving you, and all of those who have benefited from a Lasallian education, is why the Brothers are here.
Live Jesus in our hearts!
Patrick J. Donahue Director of Advancement
ST. LASALLE AUXILIARY MASS CARDS
About Saint LaSalle Auxiliary
The Saint La Salle Auxiliary was established in 1956 to assist the Brothers financially in their educational works, in the training of their young members, and in providing the necessary care for the sick and retired Brothers. The Saint La Salle Auxiliary distributes Memorial Enrollment Folders and sympathy cards, as well as various cards for the living. Those enrolled share in the spiritual merits of the prayers and works of the Brothers and their associates.
District of Eastern North America
The District of Eastern North America (DENA) is a community of over 240 Brothers of the Christian Schools and 5,000+ Lasallian partners and associates, who together sponsor and operate more than 30 ministries in the northeast region of the United States and Toronto, Canada.
Schools and ministries provide a Lasallian Education and reach from Warren Michigan, to Pawtucket Rhode Island, and from Toronto Canada, to Washington DC and Florida.
DENA originally began as three legacy districts (Baltimore, Long Island-New England, New York) and merged to better reflect the current reality of our Lasallian Mission and association among our students, partners, and Brothers throughout the Northeast.
Visit www.fscdena.org for more information.