During his time in Grenoble, De La Salle would regularly say Mass here for the Sisters, taking care of their spiritual needs.
Questions to Consider
- De La Salle seems to have been sensitive to his responsibilities as an ordained cleric. Are there other examples of his outreach and charity as a priest?
- Making the daily walk up the stairs to the Sisters must have been trying. Why do you think that De La Salle made the effort and kept it up?
- Do you think that he might have enjoyed the opportunity to minister to a group of women? Is there any evidence to support your position?