BOOKS

The Cross on the Roof

A comprehensive origin and history of the Catholic Church in Tibet and Nepal titled ‘The Cross on the Roof’ by Fr. George Thirumalachalil sdb is published. It’s the story of expeditions of missionaries’ attempt from the eighteenth century to take the Gospel to Tibet, the stronghold of Buddhism and to Nepal, the only Hindu Kingdom in the world.

Not only for the provinces of China, Indonesia (St. Louis Versiglia) and East Timor (St. Callisto Caravario) - but for the whole Salesian Congregation, this year is a good opportunity to treasure the memory of our first two martyrs - St Louis Versiglia and St Callisto Caravario - 90 years after their death in China and 20 years after their canonization at the Vatican. Because the martyrs' memory lifts the missionary spirit!

Way of Beauty (Stations of Creation)

Fr. Gilbert Choondal SDB has gifted the Church yet with another series of the Stations, Stations of Creation, a reflective, prayerful, and practical devotional expression to bring to life the teachings of Pope Francis in Laudato Si’.

To mark the liturgical feast of Alberto Marvelli, a Salesian Past Pupil, the Maltese National Federation of Past Pupils and Friends of Don Bosco, together with the World Confederation of Past Pupils and the Salesians of Don Bosco Publications – Malta, have published a new book on the biography of the life of Alberto Marvelli in the English language.  The author of the book is Mr. Bryan Magro who is the President of the Maltese National Federation and the Treasurer of the World Confederation of Past Pupils of Don Bosco.

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