Casa Tuesday: Marianist Heritage Week

French-inspired appetizers (mini quiches) in honor of Blessed Chaminade

Students and staff of St. Mary’s University joined the brothers to celebrate Marianist heritage week—Casa Tuesday style—on the evening of Jan. 19.

Opening with an evening prayer that recounted the history of the Marianist laity, sisters, and brothers and priests, Casa Tuesday featured a few French-inspired foods in honor of Blessed William Joseph Chaminade, a French priest who founded the Marianist family.

Appetizers included homemade mini quiches of bacon, cheese and egg. Highlighting the dessert menu were ‘petite and sweet’ macarons made from scratch (almond meringue cookies filled with bittersweet chocolate ganache) and HEB-bought mini eclairs (chocolate-covered pastry filled with custard cream).

More photos on our Flickr set.

Homemade macarons and the Eifel Tower complete the French-inspired menu.

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