Marist Brothers (FMS)

The Marist Brothers are an international community of more than 3,500 Catholic Brothers dedicated to making Jesus known and loved through the education of young people, especially those most neglected. FMS stands for Fratres Maristae a Scholis (Marist Brothers of the Schools).

St. Marcellin Champagnat, a priest from France, founded the Congregation of the Marist Teaching Brothers in 1817. Marist Brothers are educators, counselors, social workers, youth leaders and missionaries. Every day they transform the lives and situations of thousands of young people through education and spirituality, challenging young people to live their fullest potential in Christ. While most of the Brothers minister in school settings, MaristBrotherothers work with young people in parishes, religious retreats and spiritual accompaniment, at-risk youth settings, young adult ministry and overseas missions.

Marist Brothers strive to make a difference in the world by showing young people that they are loved, safe and cared for. Worldwide, there are more than 3,500 Marist Brothers working in 79 countries on 5 continents. They directly share their mission and spirituality with more than 40,000 laypeople, and together they are educating close to 500,000 children and young people.

Marist Brothers Community

Bro. Joachim Heng FMS
Bro. Anthony Cheng, FMS
Bro. Paul Saw, FMS

Community Leaders

Marist Brothers Community
1A, Jalan 10/3
46000 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

+603 7931 4587

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