The Marist Way

What is the Marist Way?

The Marist Way refers to a certain way of living the Gospel and that is the way Mary lived it as understood by a group of religious and laity called Marists. This Marist Way of living the Gospel describes how Marists strive to breathe in her spirit so that in all things they may think, judge, feel, and act like Mary, the first disciple of Jesus and model of discipleship. To live the Marist Way is to be engaged in “the Work of Mary” to which Marists are called by a gracious choice of hers.

What is the Mission of the Marist Way?

In order to maintain and deepen the Marist ethos of the school and to advance its mission, the Marist Way forms and develops its participants in the spirit of the Society of Mary by embracing a life of prayer, community, learning, service, and vocation. As a result of their participation, some may wish to partner with the Society of Mary in advancing the mission of Marist School. Others may identify themselves as Marist Laity while still others, called by a gracious choice of Mary, may want to undergo the formal process of becoming a Lay Marist.

The Mission

In order to maintain and deepen the Marist ethos of the school and to advance its mission, the Marist Way forms and develops its participants in the spirit of the Society of Mary by embracing a life of prayer, community, learning, service, and vocation.

Marist School

3790 Ashford Dunwoody Road, NE
Atlanta, GA 30319-1899
(770) 457-7201
An Independent Catholic School of the Marist Fathers and Brothers