SPECIAL REPORTS

The transmission of faith presupposes that parents live the real experience of trust in God, seeking Him, needing Him, because only in this way 'one generation narrates your works to another, announces your accomplishments.' (Sal 144, 4) (p 33)

(ANS - Miti) - There are three maternal orphans abandoned by their fathers; there is Bora, a young woman who has faced more challenges in her 28 years than most people live through in an entire lifetime; there are the Bambuti Pygmies who, while being the region's oldest inhabitants, when Kahuzi Biega National Park was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, were expelled and now live on the margins: there are, alas, many poor people living in rural areas near Bukavu where the Salesian missionary Fr Piero Gavioli and Lydie Masoka, a Salesian Cooperator, are working as best as they can to help give a future to the area's children and most vulnerable teens.

(ANS - Rome) - A documentary on the life of St John Bosco aired on the Rai Storia channel in August. Produced with material from Teche Rai (Radiotelevisione Italiana), it was based on biographical notes suggested by guests Fr Ángel Fernández Artime, Marco Pizzo and Domenico Agasso.

(ANS - Bukavu) – The presence of the Salesian community “Don Bosco Bukavu” has reached the end of its second year of activities in Bukavu. Salesian Fr Piero Gavioli has sent ANS an evaluation of the two years of missionary activity. "We thank the Lord who guided us and allowed us to fulfill our mission at the service of vulnerable young people despite the country's critical situation."

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