Ecuador – Andean and Amazonian missionaries work together for the mission

(ANS - Macas) - The Youth House of Macas was the site of an event that does not happen very often: ...

Vanuatu – Catholic community in Vanuatu looks to Charism of Don Bosco

(ANS – Port Vila) – After the first exploratory visit of the PGS Vice-province ...


Dear brothers and sisters of the Salesian Family in the world, I write to you to share sad news ...

Argentina – The Courtyard in the streets ... And the Virgin in the middle

(ANS - Salta) - "The Salesian," said Pope Francis, "is an educator who embraces the fragility of ...

RMG – Cultivating a dream: Network of Salesian Museums. International Museum Day

(ANS - Rome) – Due to the celebration of International Museum Day, Saturday 18 May, and of ...

Democratic Republic of Congo – Rector Major in Africa Congo Congo Vice Province

(ANS - Kinshasa) - After completing his Animation Visit in the Province of Central Africa (AFC), ...

Peru – "In every corner of Peru we celebrate our Mother"

(ANS - Lima) - On May 15, the beginning of the Novena to Mary Help of Christians was celebrated ...


(ANS - Addis Ababa) – After a long stay of almost one and a half month in the Vice-province of “Mariam Kidane Meheret”, the Extraordinary Visitation of Fr Américo Chaquisse, on behalf of the Rector Major, ended in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on 7 May, 2019. The last day of the Extraordinary visitation was reserved for a meeting with all the rectors of the 14 presences in Ethiopia and an afternoon session for an encounter with the provincial council members.

(ANS – Kampala) – More than 300 poor youth at the Don Bosco Children and Life Mission (Don Bosco CALM) orphanage and Don Bosco Primary School, located in the town of Namugongo just 10 miles northeast of the city of Kampala in Central Uganda, have access to better nutrition thanks to a partnership between Salesian Missions and Rise Against Hunger, an international relief organization that provides food and life-changing aid to the world’s most vulnerable.

(ANS - Buenos Aires) - The volunteer team of the Province of South Argentina is witness to the process carried out by young people who are able to say "I make one year of my life available". It is a proposal for a powerful human and spiritual experience.

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  • Brazil – Fr Lima Cordeiro, SDB: "I did not stop being a native because I followed Salesian formation"

    (ANS - Manaus) - Fr Lima Cordeiro has been a Salesian since 2002 and a priest since 2010. Brazilian, currently Provincial Vicar, and Delegate for Youth Ministry and Missions of the Brazil-Manaus Province, he belongs to the indigenous people of Arapaso, who live on the banks of the Uaupés River and its tributaries in the Amazon. While the whole Church is preparing to live the Synod of Bishops for the Pan-Amazonian Region, scheduled for next October, Fr Lima Cordeiro shares his personal integration process between indigenous reality and Catholic formation.


  • Where your heart is, there is your treasure

    The novel "Brave New World", written in 1932, is undoubtedly one of the literary visions that most clearly anticipate the events we are experiencing. Its author, Aldous Huxley, realized that to make a mass production system work instead of subjugating people by force, it was necessary to do so by delivering small but constant rewards. People should have the illusion of happiness in consumption, so as to be willing to sacrifice their own freedom as well.





    ST. FRANCIS XAVIER AND DON BOSCO. TWO GREAT MISSIONARIES YESTERDAY AND TODAY .  Just a short while ago I was in Goa, India, where I saw how amid the palm trees and the fine sand of the sea there rise up cathedrals and churches built during the 16th and 17th centuries. One of these shrines is the Basilica of the Good Jesus, which has become a site for pilgrimages, especially for Christians but also for believers of other religions, because here lie the remains of St. Francis Xavier, the missionary from Navarre who evangelized the Far East and was a disciple of St. Ignatius of Loyola, the founder of the Jesuits. Even though St. Francis Xavier died in China in 1552, his remains rest in this most beautiful basilica situated next to the cathedral and to the church of St. Francis of Assisi. This place in which his mortal remains rest was erected between 1594 and 1605. His body is conserved there. Its incorruptibility was the miracle for which St. Francis Xavier was canonized in 1622. Accompanied by other Salesians and some lay persons, I had the privilege of celebrating Holy Mass on the altar at the tomb of this great and holy Jesuit missionary.

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