Australia – Scripture scholar starts Lectio Divina Podcast

(ANS – Melbourne) – The Media Team at the Australia-Pacific Province released a new ...

Bolivia - Roswitha Maus (Don Bosco World): "We are looking for projects that favor children and ...

(ANS - Cochabamba) - Roswita Maus is the Project Manager of the Salesian NGO "Don Bosco Mondo", ...

Italy – "I care about you". In support of "invisible" foreign minors

(ANS - Rome) - Thousands of invisible children and young people, migrated from the world's poorest ...

RMG - "Migrations without trafficking. Yes to freedom! No to trafficking": a concrete response from ...

(ANS - Rome) - Trafficking in human beings is a problem of enormous proportions. The Fourth World ...

Kuwait - Official visit of Mumbai Provincial and Provincial Economer

Salmiya, Kuwait - February 2018 - On 15 February, Fr Godfrey D'Souza, Provincial of the Salesian ...

RMG - "Decalogue of the Salesian Accompanyer"

(ANS - Rome) - Elaborated during the last Days of Spirituality of the Salesian Family, the ...

Italy – Gunshots fired against “Don Bosco 2000 Association” migrant reception center

(ANS - Pietraperzia) - On the night between Wednesday and Thursday, gunshots were fired at the ...

NEWS

(ANS – Melbourne) – The Media Team at the Australia-Pacific Province released a new series of podcasts. “Audio Divina” is a lectio-divina inspired Podcast that features high-quality, meticulously researched reflections provided by world-renowned Biblical scholar Rev. Professor Francis J. Moloney, SDB AM. It will update every Wednesday with content related to the following Sunday's Gospel.

(ANS - Pietraperzia) - On the night between Wednesday and Thursday, gunshots were fired at the headquarters of the "Don Bosco 2000 Association", a Salesian association that since last week has welcomed 20 migrants in a house made available by the local bishop. Gunshots were fired from outside, smashing a window and piercing an inside door. Fortunately, nobody was hit, but the migrants are shocked and frightened, as are the association's operators.

(ANS - Rome) - Thousands of invisible children and young people, migrated from the world's poorest countries, arrived or were left alone once in Italy, live their daily lives in precarious hygienic conditions, with difficulty getting food and clothing, spending the night in makeshift housing. There are about 5,000 “invisible” children who gravitate around the central train stations of the Italian metropolitan areas and every day risk becoming involved in criminal activities or sexual exploitation. In thinking of them, the Salesians have started the project: "I care about you."

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  • JESUS IN THE ARMS OF THE HUMBLE AND THE POOR

    Jesus continues to save humanity through our work, our self-giving, our good will. He continues to point out the road to us lest we lose our bearings and our way, and we always assist those who are growing weary, the humblest, the poorest, the least.

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