INTERVIEWS

(ANS – Dili) – Teresa Nao Tsujimura was a student at the Salesian Polytechnic in Tokyo when she joined a volunteer group led by a Salesian, Fr. Julien Sleuyter, and visited East Timor for the first time. After many visits in the following years as a volunteer, she is now fully committed as an expert in international cooperation, already rooted in East Timor for 15 years. The Social Communication Office of the Japanese Province interviewed her to get a glimpse of her life among the East Timorese people as a past pupil and a Salesian Cooperator.

(ANS - Castelnuovo Don Bosco) - A theft that arouses the attention of the whole world, two weeks of apprehension and investigation, finally the finding that restores relief to all the devotees of Don Bosco: it was exactly a year ago, 15 June 2017, when the Carabinieri of Asti recovered the ampoule holding a part of the brain of the Saint of the Young. Twelve months later, popular devotion has increased. As witnessed by the Director of Colle Don Bosco, Fr Luca Barone.

(ANS - San Benito) - "It will take at least six months to have a reliable assessment". Fr Giampiero de Nardi, a Salesian missionary in Guatemala, active in the Petén region, fears that it will take a long time for the population of the regions affected by the eruption of the Fuego volcano to recover from this disaster.

(ANS - Cairo) - Even today many young people take the discernment of their mission in life very seriously. And often it is in service to other people that questions and concerns arise that indicate the way. This was, for example, the story of Marta. Here is her testimony.

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