(ANS - Anisakan) - The second Seminar for translators of the East Asia-Oceania Region begins today, 23 August, with Salesians and members of the Salesian Family of all the Region's Provinces participating. The Seminar's main objective is to assist, support and train Salesian translators in their ministry, not an easy one, but extremely important. The result emerging from this experience shall be contained in the draft of the future "Salesian Translators Handbook", the manual of the Salesian translator.
(ANS - Port Moresby) - The Parish of Mary Help of Christians in the district of Sabama, Port Moresby, celebrated the important milestone of its "Silver Jubilee", its 25th anniversary. The celebrations were held last August 18 at the Don Bosco church in Gabutu and had the following theme: "to grow, to serve and to renew".
(ANS - Bogotà) - From 15 to 18 August 2019, in the Leo XIII Salesian College, the First Congress of Salesian Spirituality was held. The event saw the participation of the Salesian Cooperators, the FMA, the Salesians and the various groups of the Salesian Family present in Colombia, for a total of 260 participants. The Congress was organized by the Inter-Provincial Joint Formation Commission.
(ANS - Rimini) - It was the end of the 1970s. Among several friends of Rimini who shared the Christian experience the desire was born to meet, know and bring to Rimini all that was good in the culture of the time. Thus the Meeting for friendship among peoples was born. A meeting between people of different faiths and cultures. A place of friendship where peace and friendship among peoples can be built. Since then, every year, prominent political figures, business managers, representatives of religions and cultures, intellectuals and artists, athletes and protagonists of the world scene come together in Rimini for the Meeting.
(ANS - Kigali) - In recent days, ten students accompanied by four young and enthusiastic teachers from the Don Bosco College of Zwijnaarde, Belgium, spent ten unforgettable days at Don Bosco Muhazi, in Rwanda, where they had time to interact with the local community and to discover the surrounding natural environment.