Writing the Fundamental Principles - Brother John Collins
(1.2) Presentation 1, Part 2 - Congregational Spirituality: Spiritual Exercises
An Intercultural Community for Mission
Confronting a Moral Catastrophe
The Xaverian Brothers or Congregation of St. Francis Xavier (CFX) are a religious institute founded by Theodore James Ryken in Bruges, Belgium in 1839 and named after Saint Francis Xavier. The institute is dedicated to Roman Catholic education in Belgium, England and the United States.