Lasallian celebration in Poland

On 6 and 7 April 2019 in the House of Formation in Kopiec, Lasallians from Poland celebrated the 300th anniversary of the death of the Founder, Saint John Baptist de La Salle.

The celebration  was attended by representatives of communities from all over the District.

The meeting began with the Holy Mass celebrated by the local Bishop, Dr Andrzej Przybylski. The bishop gave a very valuable sermon, speaking of the extraordinary gift that is the vocation of the Brothers, their mission and the need for their work in today’s world.

After the Mass, all present were invited to a festive meal. It was an opportunity to exchange experiences and build a community.  Meetings in smaller groups were held in the afternoon, giving an opportunity to learn about each centre’s work and our various successes and challenges.

The day ended with a barbecue on the  pitch in Kopiec.

The next day began with a Mass, after which a meeting of directors took place. Brorher Visitor  Marian Szamrej expressed his gratitude to the gathered Brothers and lay partners for for the daily work and the commitment they put in to fulfill their duties.

Ms. Jolanta Szczudłowska, the director of St John Baptist de La Salle Kindergarten in Gdańsk, presented very personal reflections on her work based on Lasallian pedagogy,

It was followed by brother Janusz Robionek’s presenting main objectives of MEL – Lasallian Educational Mission.

Mrs. Anna Sarad, the Director of the Primary School in Gdansk, acquainted all participants with the opportunities of formation, Lasallian activities in the District and in the Region and at the same time strongly encouraged to participate in them. Everyone received an invitation to participate in the ASSEDIL Congress which will take place in Gdańsk in  April 2020.

The celebrations were an extraordinary opportunity to build a sense of community that adds a lot of strength to our everyday work.

LSDreams price awards

Projects from Spain, Portugal, Turkey, Egypt and Palestine win the LSdreams 2019 international pre-university competition

The winning projects provide solutions to social problems through innovation in the fields of engineering, business management, health, architecture and life and earth sciences.

Barcelona, 09 April 2019. The winners of the 9th edition of the LSdreams competition have been announced. The competition is an initiative by La Salle Universities and is open to pre-university La Salle educational centres in Europe and the Middle East, for 16 to 20 year olds. This year it has rewarded proposals from Spain, Portugal, Turkey, Egypt and Palestine. La Salle Bilbao was a particular highlight, having won in two categories, the First Prize and the ASSEDIL Prize. The main goal of the awards is to promote ethical values in research projects aimed at social improvement of their immediate surroundings. The winning projects deal with topics such as motorcycling safety, digital security, renewable energies, social integration, social services and health and welfare.

Another aim of the competition is to encourage young people to be sensitive to and to reflect on the moral and ethical implications of the five areas of knowledge our organisation deals with. The projects submitted must aim to improve their immediate surroundings with innovative research and development projects in the fields of architecture, engineering, health, business management and life and earth sciences.

In this year’s edition, the competition has awarded six first-place prizes, one ASSEDIL award, one extraordinary LSdreams award and four second-place prizes.

• In the field of Collaborative Projects, the First Prize and Extraordinary Prize were awarded to the ULTRAVISION group from the Saint-Michel Fransiz Lisesi centres in Istanbul (Turkey) and to La Salle Beit Hanina in Jerusalem (Palestine). The teams were made up by Eda Güçhan, Şila Polat, Asli Ünlüer, Jennifer Fairhurst and Amro Imad Sinokrot, Omar Khaldon Abu Saoud, Jennifer Dakkak Fairhurst, and the tutors Milena Kuyumciyam and Amer Qaysi.

As part of the same project category, a second-place prize has been awarded to the Highway to Health team by groups from: La Salle Barcelos in Barcelos (Portugal) and La Salle Palencia (Spain). The teams were made up by Ana Catarina Martíns Araújo, Diana Sofia Borges Fonseca and Sara Margarida Antunes Gomes, and the tutors José Correis Roque and David Saura López.

• In the field of Engineering, the First Prize was given to the group from La Salle Barcelos School (Portugal) for the “Body Bubble” projectThe team was made up by the students José Nuno Correia Campos, Hugo José Campos Martins and Pedro da Silva Pereira, and their tutor José Eduardo Correia Roque.

This project consists of a full body inflatable suit for motorcyclists, which provides full body protection and is activated in just milliseconds, preventing injury and death. This suit is able to inflate in a matter of milliseconds, just like an airbag. However,it could protect all important parts of the driver’s body, such as the spine, neck and even the thorax. Unlike similar existing products, this project provides full body protection, including a connection to the helmet and stabilisation of the lower part of the body.

The jury has also awarded a second-place prize to the group from Collège Saint-Marc of Alexandria (Egypt) for its project “SQRband: Virtual Smart Keychan”. The team consists of Kyrollos Youssef, Mohammed Amr and George Gabriel, and their tutor Ihab Ghobrial.

The project is based on the creation of a secure digital key fob stored on a wristband or other electronic device. It automatically opens doors, enter accounts or validate payments using a wireless connection. It can also be used to replace national identity documents and passports. All data is stored and transmitted securely using our implementation of the RSA protocol with additional security measures to prevent hackers from stealing useful data.

• In the field of Architecture, the Jury has awarded the First Prize to the group from St. Joseph Fransiz Lisesi School in Istanbul (Turkey) for their project: “Zephyr wall”.  The team is made up by the students Irem Duru and Karya Erdoğan and their tutor, Laurent Chapdelaine.

This project is based on a fin wall connected to a converter that transforms the kinetic energy of wind and solar energy into electricity.

The jury also decided to award a second-place prize to the La Salle Beit Hanina group (College des freres – Beit Hanina) in Jerusalem (Palestine), for their project “Syning”. The team consists of the students Zein Zamamiri, Salma Abu Hummos and Rami Copty and their tutor Amer Qaysi.

The project aims to document, draw, research and propose a plan to develop an old building to make it modern, ecological, energy generating and beneficial to the local community. This building is located on one of the oldest and most famous streets in the city, on the outskirts of the old city of Jerusalem.

• In the field of Business Managementfirst place and the ASSEDIL prize was awarded to the group from La Salle Bilbao (Spain), for their “Social Empathy site” project. The team is made up of the students Idoia Gondra Pérez, Arrate Jace Izaguirre and Itziar Arrillaga Gonzalez, and their tutor Martxeli Mugica Jauregui.

Faced with the growing global trend of human migration including children and adolescents, difficulties arise as they adapt to schools in the welcoming countries. Because of their different levels of education, and in order to help include pupils and families, Empathy site has launched its project based on two pillars: a network to help welcome these migrants and a network to provide socio-educational support. This network is led by an open group of pupils, former pupils, parents and educators who receive immigrant pupils and families at their social enterprise.

The jury has also decided to award second-place prize in this category to the group from the San Juan Bautista school in Los Corrales de Buelna (Spain), for their project “Efficiency in the HR department”. The team is made up by Joana Herrero Santana, Andrea Merino San Segundo, Tania Garcia BouBoulis and their tutor Diana Ortiz Ruiz.

Bearing in mind that modern theories recognise the importance of efficient management of Human Resources, we know that in most companies the department responsible is saturated by bureaucratic administrative tasks, even having to resort to outsourcing such tasks to free up resources. This is why they wanted to find a more economically efficient alternative to allow the HR department to take on tasks that really add value to the company.

• In the field of Health, the First Prize was given to the group from La Salle Jerusalem (Palestine) for their project “Eduevolution”. The team consists of students Issam Shihabi, Christine Yousef Sabat and Omeros Samara and their tutor Afif George Amireh.

As Palestinian Jerusalemites, they face a variety of structural challenges and discriminations in their daily lives, from the challenges within their own Palestinian society to the challenges imposed on them by the occupation. Their neighbourhoods have little access to basic social services, unemployment rates are high and opportunities are limited. They also face social pressures within the Palestinian community; they are expected to conform to an image of what it means to succeed, which is often narrowly defined by material wealth, marriage and starting a family.

The jury has also awarded a second-place prize in this category to the group from La Salle Cordoba School (Spain), for its project “Bringing borders closer”. The team is made up of students Angela Miño Calero, Rebeca Sosa Lozano and Marta Garcia de Viguera and their tutor Rocío del Pilar Rodríguez Torres.

This project consists of the creation of booklets in three languages (Spanish, English and French) that will be sent to various underdeveloped countries. Based on basic hygiene information and exercises or games beneficial to physical health. There will be plenty of photographs and drawings for third world children and adults to help them understand. They are trying to solve the problem of misinformation in these countries by providing information they consider basic to their health and well-being.

• In the field of Life and Earth Sciences, the Jury has decided to award First Prize to the group from the Saint-Marc School in Alexandria (Egypt), for their project “Phyto-épuration”.

The team consists of the students Marc Bondoly, Ahmed Hamdy and Pierre Bahgat, and their tutor Samy Medawar.

This project is based on using natural bacteria found in the root system of plants to purify water. Bacteria that need oxygen and do not emit odours that “eat” organic matter. They transform them into a mineral material that plants can assimilate. In return, it will provide water to the bacteria through their roots.

The jury has also awarded a second-place prize to the group from La Salle Bilbao (Spain), for their project “Natura”. The team consists of the students Ane Yagüe Viciola, Irati Alcubilla Tamayo and Itziar Arriaga Ruiz de Velasco, and their tutor Garbiñe Ibañez Canton.

Theirs is a project created by students to turn their school into an agent of change, a resilient school in their city, to work together to create a city for the people: open spaces with good air quality, low noise levels and no heat islands. Its value proposition focuses on uniting the need for environmental improvement with the social inclusion of groups based in their neighbourhood. It is an integrative, inclusive project.

The winning teams, in each of the areas of knowledge proposed by the organisation, will travel to Rome on 25, 26, 27 and 28 April 2019 to collect their prize.

About LSdreams

LSdreams is organised by La Salle Universities, the network of international Lasallian universities composed of seven European university centres: UniLaSalle Beauvais, Ecole Catholique d’Arts et Métiers (Lyon), Groupe ESAIP Enseignement Supérieur (Angers), La Salle Mounier (Paris), La Salle Campus Barcelona-URL, La Salle Campus Madrid and Open University La Salle (UOLS).

Press: La Salle Campus Barcelona-URL 
Elisa Álvarez 
T. 93 290 23 86 
M. 649 29 46 95

Lasalliens francophones – Projet triennal

Contexte de départ. Tout le monde s’accorde à dire que seule la pratique d’une langue en permet l’acquisition. Or, force est de constater que les élèves des établissements francophones du Liban, plus exactement la majorité d’entre eux, ne communiquent en français qu’en classe de français. Même là, la communication est minimale puisque les 6 ou 7 périodes hebdomadaires consacrées à l’apprentissage de cette langue sont en fait consacrées presqu’exclusivement à l’apprentissage de la grammaire, de l’orthographe, des genres et des types de textes. Où donc et quand ces élèves peuvent-ils pratiquer cette langue qu’ils apprennent ? C’est dans ce contexte qu’est née l’idée de transformer l’établissement en un environnement francophone où tout se dit en français, depuis les affichages et les circulaires jusqu’aux leçons de math et de sciences en passant par celles de géographie, de chant et de théâtre.

Démarrage du projet._ En mai 2015, trois établissements lasalliens du Liban ont accepté de s’engager dans un projet proposé par le CPLL et qui avait pour principal objectif de faire de ces établissements, en trois ans, des environnements francophones. De mai à juillet 2015, le projet a été finalisé dans ses grandes lignes et le budget en a été assuré grâce à l’implication des établissements eux-mêmes, au soutien de l’Institut des Frères des Écoles Chrétiennes et de l’Œuvre d’Orient. Il a démarré en septembre 2015 et a été clôturé le 20 mars 2018. Cependant, ce projet a donné naissance à un partenariat lasallien franco-libanais qui perdure et ne cesse de se développer d’une année à l’autre.

Les grands axes du projet

  1. Enseigner la géographie en français à partir du CE1 (ou EB2).
  2. Instituer une heure hebdomadaire consacrée au théâtre et au chant en français.
  3. Instituer régulièrement, en entente avec un établissement lasallien de France, des séances d’échanges virtuels via Skype entre les groupes classes.
  4. Inscrire à des cours de langue tous les enseignants des disciplines non linguistiques (math, sciences, sport, etc.) qui en expriment le besoin et leur assurer des séjours d’immersion linguistique dans les établissements lasalliens de France.
  5. Favoriser la lecture et la documentation en français en développant les Centres de documentation et en y assurant une animation motivante.
  6. Organiser en juillet une colonie francophone de jour.

Résultats chiffrés obtenus en 3 ans

  1. Dans chacun des 3 établissements concernés, 102 périodes de géographie et de 102 périodes de chant et de théâtre ont été assurées en français à chaque promotion d’élèves du CE1 (ou EB2) à la 6e (ou EB6).
  2. 8 séances d’échanges virtuels ont été organisées avec des groupes d’élèves de France.
  3. 21 enseignants ont profité chacun de 3 semaines de séjour linguistique et professionnel en France.
  4. 58 enseignants des disciplines non linguistiques ont obtenu le diplôme DELF-B2, diplôme certifiant du niveau de langue requis pour enseigner en cette langue.
  5. 4 enseignants ont obtenu le DELF-C1 et 6 ont passé avec succès le concours de correcteur DELF.
  6. Plus de 120 élèves ont obtenu leur DELF A2.

D’autres résultats

  1. Aux yeux des élèves, le français est associé à des moments agréables et à l’épanouissement personnel. Il est de moins en moins vu par les garçons comme une langue dévirilisante.
  2. Cette langue est davantage présente dans l’établissement et les élèves participent davantage aux activités francophones, notamment celles organisées par l’Institut français de Beyrouth.
  3. Il y a davantage de collaboration entre les enseignants de français et ceux des autres disciplines.
  4. Les démarches entreprises dans le cadre de ce projet ont permis aux 3 établissements susmentionnés d’obtenir le LabelFrancÉducation.
  5. Ce projet a intensifié la collaboration d’une part entre les établissements lasalliens du Liban qui y sont impliqués et, d’autre part, entre ces établissements et l’Institut français de Beyrouth.
  6. Ce projet a favorisé l’institution d’un véritable partenariat avec les établissements lasalliens de France. Ayant senti l’effet hautement bénéfique des échanges entre leurs éducateurs, mais aussi entre leurs élèves, les responsables lasalliens des 2 côtés de la Méditerranée s’engagent de plus en plus dans ce partenariat comme le montre ce tableau.

Accueil de Lasalliens libanais en France

Accueil de Lasalliens français au Liban
2015-167 éducateurs des 3 établissements engagés dans le projet initial
2016-177 éducateurs des mêmes 3 établissements
Le directeur du Pôle éducation de France accompagné de 5 chefs d’établissements
2017-1810 éducateurs de 6 établissements lasalliens différents
7 éducateurs provenant de 5 établissements différents
2018-19-8 éducateurs de 5 établissements-1 groupe d’élèves de 2de du C. du Sacré Coeur
6 éducateurs provenant de 4 établissements-1 groupe d’élèves de 4e (EB8) de St Laurent-Blain
2019-20 Prévisions :-10 éducateurs de 6 établissements différents-2 groupes d’élèves du C. Notre Dame et du C. du Sacré Cœur
Prévisions :-Nombre d’éducateurs pas encore précisé-1 groupe d’élèves de 1re de St Joseph-Pruillé le Chétif

Samir Hoyek-Chef de projet, Liban

Brother Paul McAuley, F.S.C.

Brother Paul McAuley, F.S.C.

The Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools communicates and laments the death of our Brother Paul McAuley, who was found dead on Tuesday, April 2, at the Intercultural Student Community “La Salle” in Iquitos, Peru, where he worked for more than 10 years.

Brother Paul McAuley, president of the Loretana Environmental Network and advisor to the Peruvian Amazon Student Organization, was a well-known defender of the environment, fully identified with the reality of the Loreto Region and the problems of Indigenous Peoples. He was born in England in 1947. He moved to Peru in 1995 and, from the beginning, he was incarnated in various works in favor of the neediest in Lima, Moyobamba and Iquitos.

We have been informed that the Peruvian authorities are investigating the circumstances of his death. We are waiting for more information.

We feel united with the Peruvian church, with the Bolivia–Peru District and with all the Lasallians.

May he rest in peace!

Brother Jorge Gallardo de Alba, F.S.C.
Vicar General



On Sunday, 31 March 2019, in the splendid Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Valletta, the process of beatification and canonization of Brother Louis Camilleri, FSC, began.

 Brother Louis was born in Zurrieq, Malta on 1 September 1923. When was 17 he entered the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools in Beziers, France for the postulancy, novitiate and scholasticate. On Easter Sunday 1948 he pronounced final vows and returned to Malta and De La Salle College, Vittoriosa.

In July 1971, he moved to Stella Maris College, Gzira, where, the following year, he was appointed Sub Director. In early 1980 he was named provincial for Malta. Later on he founded the Malta branch of “Signum Fidei” and was moderator for this branch until the end of his life on 29 May 2011.

The reputation for holiness, which Brother Louis already possessed in his lifetime, has been spreading ever more since his death. The servant of God already has a multitude of devotees not only in Malta, but also in other countries where the Brothers of the Christian Schools dedicate themselves to the ministry of human and Christian education.

Brother Louis’ great love for the young to whom he devoted his whole life, his numerous good works, his unlimited trust in Providence, and his great virtues  have aroused the admiration of all those who knew him and have attracted young people to be part of his religious institute.

The canonization of Brother Louis will help to keep alive his spirit of service to young people and will serve as an example and model for those who seek a way to give meaning to their lives.

L’avventura educativa di De La Salle in un musical

Un musical, “Toucher les Coeurs”, completamente originale, testo e musiche, sul fondatore dei Fratelli delle Scuole Cristiane, san Giovanni Battista De La Salle. È lo spettacolo che va in scena domani, giovedì 28 marzo, alle 21 all’Istituto De Merode di piazza di Spagna, con repliche gratuite (su prenotazione) il 29 marzo alle 21 e il 30 alle 17. A promuoverlo, il laboratorio teatrale “il quadriportico”, del Collegio San Giuseppe – Istituto De Merode, in occasione del tricentenario della morte del santo patrono degli educatori. Gli autori sono Matteo Bellagamba, ex-alunno, che ha scritto il copione, e Andrea Stocchino per le musiche. 40 gli attori, dagli 11 ai 50 anni, con uno staff sperimentato di registi, attrezzisti, scenografi, coreografi, costumiste, tecnici, tutti del laboratorio. Una lettura senza vecchi stereotipi, con fantasia e un pizzico di follia, che ripropone con vigore e fedeltà l’entusiasmo delle origini.

Nello splendore della Francia del Re Sole, in pochi si accorgono della miseria in cui vive la maggior parte della popolazione o si interessano dell’ignoranza in cui vengono lasciati larghi strati sociali. La situazione è ancora più grave per i fanciulli, lasciati in mezzo alla strada o avviati al lavoro senza nessuno scrupolo, spesso sfruttati e maltrattati. I casi strani della vita portano un giovane di una famiglia di media nobiltà, già avviato verso una promettente carriera ecclesiastica e magistrale, a occuparsi di scuola e di educazione. Senza rendersene neanche conto, dà così inizio al movimento che porterà alla nascita della scuola moderna. Affrontando incomprensioni, accuse, crisi, riesce a radunare intorno a sé un team di maestri, che, sfidando i tempi, dà origine alla scuola popolare.

Un lavoro serrato, per Bellagamba, dalla lettura delle biografie alla visione del film, allo studio delle lettere messe a disposizione dalla Curia Generalizia dei Fratelli delle Scuole Cristiane. «Sono rimasto profondamente colpito dal pragmatismo di De La Salle. Un vero professionista dell’educazione. Intercettava i problemi e offriva soluzioni concrete generando cambiamenti epocali: dall’insegnamento del francese al posto del latino all’organizzazione degli alunni in classi, alla modifica dell’orario scolastico, Docenti come educatori, testimoni di fraternità e guide spirituali. Si spende in prima persona contro il lavoro minorile creando le scuole a indirizzo tecnico, commerciale e professionale. Indica persino la distanza adatta dal banco e con quale postura non stancare i ragazzi. Sul disturbo dell’attenzione, oggi così frequente, già nel 1700 suggerisce pause tra una lezione e l’altra e dinamiche per il coinvolgimento dei ragazzi meno attenti».

Le musiche e le canzoni, dal sapore rock, mettono in evidenza l’energia spirituale e umana che guidava De La Salle ma anche i suoi drammi, le decisioni coraggiose, i dubbi. Non mancano i momenti lirici, nei quali si vuole sottolineare il soffio dello Spirito e la presenza di una mano provvidenziale che guida gli eventi. «Lo spettacolo ha richiamato l’entusiasmo degli alunni e la voglia di partecipare anche da parte di ex-alunni del De Merode», sottolinea il direttore fratel Alessandro Cacciotti. «Una provocazione nata per gioco, divenuta cammino di conoscenza e comprensione di un carisma vivo, dono prezioso». Lo conferma anche Valentina, 16 anni, parte del cast, che parla di «un’esperienza meravigliosa. Musiche davvero coinvolgenti per un tema importante, godibile da chiunque. Il testo mi ha colpito poiché esprime concetti profondi che portano oltre il mero racconto biografico».  Per Vittoria, 11 anni, «è giusto fare uno spettacolo sul fondatore. Sono stata molto felice di recitare con ragazzi anche più grandi di me – aggiunge -. La sua storia mi ha insegnato molto. Credo che De La Salle abbia fatto un gran lavoro migliorando le scuole e aiutando i bambini poveri. Se è stato difficile per noi attori rappresentarlo non posso immaginare quanto lo sia stato per il vero De la Salle vivere tutto questo».

La Salle Barceloneta guanya un premi amb l’empresa simulada VelocityCar SLS

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Un grup d’alumnes de La Salle Barceloneta rebien, el passat 14 de març, el primer premi al millor anunci d’empresa simulada amb la seva empresa VelocityCar SLS.

Els alumnes, que cursen el Cicle Formatiu de Gestió Administrativa i d’Activitats Comercials van participar en la trobada, que va tenir lloc a l’Institut Joan Brossa de Barcelona, amb 14 centres més.

Durant la cita, cada grup d’alumnes va poder presentar i promocionar la seva empresa simulada i van gaudir d’una jornada de workcenter.


La première journée des Ambassadeurs  6ème / CM2 a eu lieu sous un soleil radieux à Montpellier. Les établissements de Marseille, Cavaillon, Ales, Avignon, Nîmes, Frontignan, et les deux de Montpellier ont répondu présent à l’appel.

Les élèves étaient accompagnés par leurs enseignants ainsi que de certains chefs d’établissement. Le thème de la Fraternité était le fil conducteur de la journée. Une heure de quizz lasallien dans la vieille ville de Montpellier et des ateliers après un repas pris en commun étaient au programme de ce début de journée. L’après-midi fut consacrée à la découverte de notre Délégation et de notre Fondateur afin de développer le sentiment d’appartenance auprès de tous ces jeunes. Félicitations aux élèves pour leur enthousiasme plein d’espérance pour les adultes que nous sommes, pour leur fraîcheur et un grand merci aux membres organisateurs du CLAL : Fanny, Logan, Ronan et pour l’accueil chaleureux de Florence Mourot et Jérôme Picard, chefs d’établissement sous le regard bienveillant des frères Joseph et Jacques.

Nous vous donnons rendez-vous la semaine prochaine pour une même journée dans la partie Ouest de la délégation à Pibrac.


Christophe Despèche, délégué de tutelle



Celebrando y cantando juntos. La música como puente de amistad lasaliana

Con motivo de la celebración del Año Jubilar Lasalliano, la Delegación de Bélgica Norte en colaboración con el Colegio Sint-Jozef y el coro de Saint Mary’s Chamber Singers (Minnesota – USA) organizaron diversas actividades musicales en Ternat, cerca de Bruselas, bajo el título: “Más allá de las fronteras”.

Tras viajar por Alemania dando conciertos, el coro de nuestra Universidad se desplazó a Bruselas y, junto con el coro de los alumnos del Colegio Sint-Jozef, ambos ofrecieron  un extraordinario concierto en la iglesia de Santa Gertrudis de Ternat el jueves 28 de febrero.  Todos los padres y profesores del Instituto Sint-Jozef y el Colegio De Brug, dos centros educativos de la red de escuelas lasalianas fueron invitados. Alrededor de 300 personas se hicieron presentes.

El concierto incluyo obras de autores clásicos, modernos y composiciones y arreglos musicales de los propios profesores y  directores  de los dos coros, Patrick O’Shea y Fien Bombeke. Algunos alumnos y profesores del colegio acompañaron algunas piezas con diversos instrumentos musicales.

Antes del concierto, los cantores de ambos coros pudieron conocerse y saludarse en una cena de amistad ofrecida en el comedor del colegio.

El coro de Saint Mary’s también cantó el 3 de marzo durante la eucaristía dominical en la iglesia de Ternat.  

Hno. Alberto Gómez Barruso, FSC 
Presidente de la Delegación de Bélgica Norte

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