Well, I guess that answers the first question. Now for some really strange chit:
The Lasallian Heritage supports education that is truly transformative, both for the individual and the society around them, and is part of the essential nature of Saint Mary's College. The College's foundation is built on the life of Saint John Baptist de La Salle (1651 – 1719), founder of the Brothers of the Christian Schools and patron saint of teachers. The Lasallian Mission is shared by students, Christian Brothers, faculty and staff in 82 countries. Together we strive to understand and live by the five Lasallian Core Principles: Faith in the Presence of God, Concern for the Poor and Social Justice, Quality Education, Inclusive Community, and Respect for All Persons.
So are they saying the Crusades are still with us? You would think they would pilfer some gold from a couple of those countries and build a decent Hoops Arena. My neighbor has more room in his garage than they have in their gym, being shown live on national (sorta) television. On the other hand, St Marys College features the Madigan Pool which is 27 meters in length and features 6 lanes for lap swimming.
St Marys jumps to an early lead against the Bulldogs. Final Score: St.Marys College 99- Fresno State 85