(ANS - Esmeraldas) - From his native Montevideo, Uruguay, Nader Torena, a 23-year-old young man, arrived in Esmeraldas, Ecuador, to carry out his missionary voluntary service in the Salesian community "San Filippo Neri," which works with street kids. Along with his long hair and a full beard, he with his "Salesian baggage" he brings a heart willing to love and a desire to share his life with children and young people who have very little opportunities. Before arriving in Ecuador, Nader had already worked as an oratory teacher and coordinator.
(ANS - Nairobi) - We define him a Salesian "of doing", Fr Felice Molino, 70, of whom more than 50 as a Son of Don Bosco and about 37 as a missionary in Africa. "My life is dedicated to others," he says. "Over the years I have carried out many activities for children, for street children and for the support of mothers in difficulty. They are the center of my activity, and for them over the years I have refined an intervention strategy aimed at recovery and integration into society." This is his story.