The Marists, as they approach their second century, have a Spirit to share. This Spirit is Mary’s Spirit, following Jesus as she did. This Spirit affects Marist School and all associated with it.
- From what source or wellspring does the Marist Spirit emerge?
- What values, qualities or characteristics define a Marist Spirit?
- How do such values translate into a Marist school?
There are core, foundational values of the Society of Mary these core values are important in order to maintain the “Maristness” at Marist School as it moves into in its second century as well.
All associated with Marist School are asked to comprehend the broad picture of the Marist project. Not only were priests and other vowed religious called to serve the Marist Way, but lay people were called to serve as well.