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November 17, 1811

The first-ever Christian Brothers to teach in the United States arrived in Annapolis (MD) after sailing from France for 65 days. These pioneers (Brothers Aubin, Fulgence, and Antonin) would soon depart for Bardstown (KY) to study English. They would eventually open the first (albeit short-lived) Lasallian school in the United States at Ste. Genevieve (MO), [...]

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November 16, 1811

The first-ever Christian Brothers to teach in the United States arrived in Annapolis (MD) after sailing from France for 65 days. These pioneers (Brothers Aubin, Fulgence, and Antonin) would soon depart for Bardstown (KY) to study English. They would eventually open the first (albeit short-lived) Lasallian school in the United States at Ste. Genevieve (MO), [...]

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November 16, 1811

The first-ever Christian Brothers to teach in the United States arrived in Annapolis (MD) after sailing from France for 65 days. These pioneers (Brothers Aubin, Fulgence, and Antonin) would soon depart for Bardstown (KY) to study English. They would eventually open the first (albeit short-lived) Lasallian school in the United States at Ste. Genevieve (MO), [...]

By |2018-11-11T14:52:48-05:00November 11th, 2018|This Day in Lasallian History|0 Comments

November 15, 1811

The first-ever Christian Brothers to teach in the United States arrived in Annapolis (MD) after sailing from France for 65 days. These pioneers (Brothers Aubin, Fulgence, and Antonin) would soon depart for Bardstown (KY) to study English. They would eventually open the first (albeit short-lived) Lasallian school in the United States at Ste. Genevieve (MO), [...]

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November 11, 1811

The first-ever Christian Brothers to teach in the United States arrived in Annapolis (MD) after sailing from France for 65 days. These pioneers (Brothers Aubin, Fulgence, and Antonin) would soon depart for Bardstown (KY) to study English. They would eventually open the first (albeit short-lived) Lasallian school in the United States at Ste. Genevieve (MO), [...]

By |2018-11-11T11:11:56-05:00November 11th, 2018|This Day in Lasallian History|0 Comments

September 4, 1817

The first-ever Christian Brothers to teach in the United States arrived in Annapolis (MD) after sailing from France for 65 days. These pioneers (Brothers Aubin, Fulgence, and Antonin) would soon depart for Bardstown (KY) to study English. They would eventually open the first (albeit short-lived) Lasallian school in the United States at Ste. Genevieve (MO), [...]

By |2018-11-11T10:26:07-05:00November 11th, 2018|This Day in Lasallian History|0 Comments

September 4, 1817

The first-ever Christian Brothers to teach in the United States arrived in Annapolis (MD) after sailing from France for 65 days. These pioneers (Brothers Aubin, Fulgence, and Antonin) would soon depart for Bardstown (KY) to study English. They would eventually open the first (albeit short-lived) Lasallian school in the United States at Ste. Genevieve (MO), [...]

By |2018-11-11T10:16:26-05:00November 11th, 2018|This Day in Lasallian History|0 Comments

September 4, 1817

The first-ever Christian Brothers to teach in the United States arrived in Annapolis (MD) after sailing from France for 65 days. These pioneers (Brothers Aubin, Fulgence, and Antonin) would soon depart for Bardstown (KY) to study English. They would eventually open the first (albeit short-lived) Lasallian school in the United States at Ste. Genevieve (MO), [...]

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