Argentina – Basket of solidarity: "To the measure that we help, we enrich ourselves and put into ...

(ANS - Santa Fe) - The students of the last year of the "Don Bosco" Institute in Santa Fe ...

Kenya – "Don Bosco Tech Africa" strengthens International Cooperation and Networking

(ANS - Nairobi) - "Don Bosco Tech Africa" ​​(DBTA), the coordinating body of all the Salesian ...

RMG – New Regional Councilor for Interamerica: "We grow in closeness to young people, in the ...

(ANS - Rome) – Mexican, 51, former Provincial of the Mexico-Guadalajara Province (MEG), ...

Syria – The lives of Samar, Rashad ... And millions of Syrians are still in danger

(ANS - Damascus) - In Syria, after the first recorded case of contagion from Covid-19, the ...

RMG – New issue and new guise for "Ricerche Storiche Salesiane - Salesian Historical Research"

(ANS - Rome) - Issue 74 (January-June 2020) of "Ricerche Storiche Salesiane" (RSS), the ...

India - Salesians distribute over 250 liters of milk to poor children in the slums

Mumbai, India - July 2020 - The "Don Bosco Development Society" (DBDS) of the Salesians in Mumbai ...

South Sudan – Gumbo IDP camp facing Covid-19 hazards

(ANS - Gumbo) - According to the most updated official data, out of a total population of over ...


(ANS - Temuco) - Archbishop Héctor Vargas Bastidas, SDB, Bishop of Temuco and Head of Indigenous Pastoral Care of the Chilean Episcopal Conference (CECh), in an interview published by the Diario Austral of the city of Temuco on Sunday 21 June, referred to announcements and promises made to the indigenous world that have remained unfulfilled. He also spoke of the preparation of the National Day of Indigenous Peoples, celebrated June 24th.

(ANS – Yercaud) – In addressing the health and socio-economic crisis caused by Covid-19, the Rector Major, Fr Ángel Fernández Artime, has repeatedly called on Salesian creativity to identify new, concrete ways to support the most needy. To fulfill this request, on 24 June 2020, the Retreat-Don Bosco inaugurated a livelihood program for those who have lost their jobs or those without any means of survival. Acronymed 'CALLS' is a program for those without any alternative livelihoods.

(ANS - Seville) - On Monday 29 June the third stage of the tour of the King and Queen of Spain in the autonomous community of Andalusia took place, a tour that started after the easing up of the Covid-19 restrictions. Philip VI of Bourbon and Doña Letizia started their stay in Seville, after the previous stops in the Canary and Balearic Islands. They visited the Social Center of the "Fundación Don Bosco", where the Salesian community "Jesús Obrero" is located, in the "Polígono Sur” of the Andalusian capital.

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    We would spend hours, as children, with eyes that searched the dark sky to catch and surprise falling stars. They said to us, "When you see a falling star, make a wish." But it is always sad to see a star that detaches itself from the sky and falls. Where do falling stars go?



  • Vatican – More weapons or more health for all? The question that world leaders must answer after Covid-19

    (ANS - Vatican City) - “If I have a sick person in the family and I need to spend on their care, will I not direct all my resources to the health of my family member? I don't want to trivialize, but we are in the moment in which we must understand where to direct resources in a moment of epochal change.” During a press conference held yesterday at the Vatican, Sister Alessandra Smerilli, Daughter of Mary Help of Christians, who teaches political economy at the Salesians' Pontifical Faculty of Educational Sciences "Auxilium", indicated the priorities to pursue in the post-pandemic era.


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