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Marianists Province of Meribah

About Us

We are a religious community of brothers and priests who seek to grow in holiness as Sons of Mary.  Christ is the center of our life as we strive to become more like Him.

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The Marianists of the Province of Meribah, based in New York, are a religious community of brothers and priests dedicated to living and spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Inspired by the charism of Blessed William Joseph Chaminade, they focus on education, spiritual formation, and community life.

Ministry Work
The Marianists operate schools such as Kellenberg Memorial High School and Chaminade High School. Their ministries include providing quality Catholic education, fostering spiritual growth, and promoting Marian devotion. They also engage in pastoral care and community service, emphasizing the development of Christian leaders.

Daily Life and Mission
Daily life includes communal prayer, personal reflection, and active ministry. The Marianists balance their contemplative life with educational and pastoral work, fostering a deep spiritual connection and commitment to serving others. Their mission is to live out the Gospel through teaching, evangelization, and community building.

Vision and Goals
The Marianists aim to foster spiritual growth, education, and community engagement. Through their diverse ministries, they strive to transform lives and communities, promoting the values of the Gospel. Their dedication to prayer, service, and community ensures they remain a vibrant source of inspiration, working towards a more just and compassionate world.

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