This monument to De La Salle was built in the 1800's in testimony of his contributions to education. It is located at the corner of the former property of St. Yon.
Questions to Consider
1) The monument to De La Salle is located near the tip of the property of the former St. Yon. Would De La Salle have wanted to have such a monument? Why or why not?
2) De La Salle is probably best remembered through his writings and the educational movement that he started. Do you agree or disagree?
3) What specific kinds of things could you do, starting today, that might make you more familiar with the life, teachings, and charism of De La Salle?