THE MARIANIST CROSS The crucifixion scene with Mary and John visualizes once more the essential aspects of the Marianist spirit. The Marianist cross is a living cross. It represents the embodiment of Chaminade's vision for the Marianist Family: "Our work is great; it is magnificent. If it is universal, it is because we are missionaries of Mary, who says to us 'Do whatever he tells you.' He wanted us to realize that "Each of us has been called by the Holy Virgin to work for the salvation of all people."
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