Sierra Leone - Don Bosco Fambul hosts 52 street kids for 5-month rehabilitation program

Freetown, Sierra Leone - March 2018 - 52 young people who were living on the streets of Freetown ...

Italy - Joy of the Gospel for the young, “no one left behind”

(ANS - Jesolo) - Two grand Sunday celebrations with 400 animators involved, 200 budding artists led ...

Rwanda - Rector Major's encouragement to Salesian Family

(ANS - Kigali) – Yesterday, March 15, Fr Ángel Fernández Artime, the Rector ...

Haiti - "LAKAY Don Bosco": 30 years of joyful service

(ANS - Port-au-Prince) - The Salesian service for Haitian children and youth in difficulty - "LAKAY ...

Sri Lanka - With Don Bosco, different ethnic groups and religions are building a new future together

(ANS - Kurunegala) - Fr Reginold Fernando is a "multitasking" Salesian as we say today: Vicar ...

Italy - New eyes and new words to see and narrate the banlieues

(ANS - Rome) - The banlieue, inner-city, or periphery as a space, as a dimension, the periphery, ...

RMG - Young scientists at the service of the common good

(ANS - Rome) - Not only good Christians and honest citizens, but also protagonists of innovation ...


(ANS - Ramaparam) - "Although we are confounded and distressed our certitude in the Lord’s power ushers us on." For more than 40 days Mathew Uzhunnalil has not heard from his brother who was kidnapped in Aden during a terrorist attack. Yet, along with the rest of his family, he trusts always in the Lord and he still finds the strength to thank everyone who has shown concern for Fr Tom, beginning with Pope Francis for his appeal, and including all those who pray for his release.

(ANS - Brussels) - "We Salesians of Don Bosco work on the inclusion of migrants and refugees in Europe and other continents and are Concerned about the implications of the Agreement between the European Union (EU) and Turkey". This is the beginning of the statement recently issued by DON BOSCO INTERNATIONAL (DBI), a platform created to facilitate a meaningful dialogue between the Salesians of Don Bosco and the European Institutions and NGOs. Below we publish the rest of the statement.

(ANS - Rome) - The Rector Major, Fr Ángel Fernández Artime, begins his visit to Belgium this morning. He will remain in the country until next Tuesday 19 April to meet all the Salesians in Belgium, those of the Province of Belgium North (BEN), and those who work in the south of the country and belong to the Province of France-Belgium South (FRB).



  • The silence of the oppressed

    Social networks have been overflowing with images and comments regarding the tragedy in Syria. It is difficult not to be moved by images that present us with such great suffering of the weakest.


  • Italy - New eyes and new words to see and narrate the banlieues

    (ANS - Rome) - The banlieue, inner-city, or periphery as a space, as a dimension, the periphery, above all, as a lively and vital reality, and not simply a catalyst of social problems and degradation. Because "reality is better seen from the periphery," as Pope Francis said, who has brought the theme of the banlieues into the magisterium of the Church. From this point of view, on March 10th, at the Salesian Pontifical University in Rome, a formation course was held entitled: "Narrating the peripheries: positive observations, constructive words."



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