Spain – IUS Europe in Madrid: University and Education Ministry

(ANS - Madrid) - The Director of the Salesian University School of Sarriá (EUSS), Andreu ...

Italy – Muslim and Christian youths pray together for concluding Ramadan celebration

(ANS - Naples) - For the third consecutive year, at the "Don Bosco" Salesian Institute in Naples, ...

RMG – New Provincial of India-Mumbai appointed

(ANS - Rome) - On the last day of the second week of the summer plenary session of the General ...

Colombia – Fantastic story of child working landfill at 6, now studying Law

(ANS - Medellin) - Juan David says that at the age of 6 he collected garbage to support his two ...

Ecuador – "Mary Help of Christians" parish officially becomes Diocesan Marian Sanctuary

(ANS - Quito) - Before the month dedicated to the patron saint of the Salesians ended, on ...

Gambia - Memorandum of understanding signed between Salesians and Banjul diocese

Banjul, Gambia - June 2019 - On 13 June, a memorandum of understanding was signed between the ...

RMG – Cause of Beatification and Canonization of Fr Silvio Galli, SDB, begun

(ANS - Rome) - On 12 June 2019, the 7th anniversary of the ascent to heaven of Fr Silvio ...


(ANS - San Fernando) - The Salesians in Peru through the Fundación Don Bosco have inaugurated the "Yankuam Jintia" Training Centre for Intercultural Education. It is located at Loreto among the Kandozi Indigenous Community in San Fernando in the District of Andoas. This is a Salesian work that serves the needy of the Peruvian Amazon.

(ANS - Venilale) - According to recent research, only 58% of the citizens of East Timor are literate and the illiteracy rate is much higher among women. This situation is the result of negligence in the field of education, for example, the insufficient number of schools.

Malawi - "Zikomo Kwambiri", Fr Angel!

(ANS - Lilongwe) - A warm, festive, colourful welcome to the rhythm of music, the kind that is given only to the most important guests: that’s how the boys and girls of the Salesian centres in Malawi welcomed the Rector Major with real enthusiasm and warmth on his arrival yesterday, 15 September, at Kumuzu airport.  He was welcomed by members of the Council of the ZMB Vice-Province of Zambia-Malawi-Zimbabwe-Namibia (ZMB), and by parishioners and young volunteers.


  • Cambodia – Diocesan priest and Salesian Cooperator: Fr Kai Thmey

    (ANS – Poi Pet) – Fr. Lawrence Phongnirand Numkanisorn, locallyknown as Fr. Kai Thmey, is a 61 years Thai Diocesan Priest, Salesian Cooperator and Missionary in Cambodia. He has become a member and local Economer of the SDB community in Poi Pet, Cambodia, living together with Fr. John Visser (Dutch missionary) and Fr. John Boknam (Korean missionary). The only ASC Center in the Cambodia delegation is in Phnom Penh, with two ASC living in Poi Pet.




  • Spain - 158 million enslaved children in the world

    (ANS - Madrid) - They can't go to school, they barely have time to eat, they don't even rest on weekends and they don't know what it's like to play with other children. This is the life that 158 million children around the world lead, victims of child labor who should, instead, be at school and in the playground rather than employed doing adult activities. Without considering that, in almost half of the cases (73 million) they are engaged in activities dangerous to their health. Pope Francis, recalling the World Day against the Exploitation of Child Labor, writes: "Children must be able to play, study and grow up in a peaceful environment. Woe to those who suffocate in them the joyful impulse of hope!"



    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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