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The Marist Brothers are an international religious institute of Brothers (lay consecrated men) dedicated to making Jesus Christ known and loved through the education and evangelisation of young people, especially those most in need.
From the humblest of beginnings in 1802, Blessed Edmund Rice and his Christian Brothers have grown from their first stable school in Waterford in post-Penal Ireland, to classrooms and ministries in 29 countries across the globe.
The Marist Brothers are an international order of Catholic teaching brothers dedicated to making Jesus known and loved through educating young people, especially those most in need.
The Edmund Rice Christian Brothers serve the people of God on six continents.
The Jesuits walk in the footsteps of our founder, St Ignatius of Loyola, and serve Christ through the Catholic Church. Our work in service of this mission takes us to the frontiers of our world – the places where cultures meet, where new enterprises are launched and where new ideas are debated.