Manhattan College will celebrate its annual Lasallian Convocation on Thursday, Sept. 23.
Manhattan College will celebrate its annual Lasallian Convocation on Thursday, Sept. 23 to honor the very traditions upon which the College was founded and to commemorate the beginning of the new school year. The Our Lasallian Heritage in Action: Helping Children in Crisis presentation will reinforce the importance of social justice by highlighting current work that Lasallians are doing for troubled young people.
Brother Raymond Blixt, CEO of Martin de Porres Schools and Group Residence, and Skip Gaus, director of De La Salle in Towne, St. Gabriel’s System (a division of Catholic Social Services of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia) will present at the Convocation and lead a discussion afterward. The event will start at 3:45 p.m. in Smith Auditorium with a dinner following the event.
“We are very excited to welcome Brother Raymond Blixt and Skip Gaus to campus and hear further about how they both strive to help troubled youth and live the Lasallian mission every day,” said Brother James Wallace, F.S.C.