The magazine "VOCI FRATERNE" was first published on June 29, 1920, and since then and up to the present has given to print nearly 1,000 issues, with more than 23,000 pages full of Salesian life. This provident example of "good press" constitutes a cultural heritage not only for this Association, but for the entire Salesian, ecclesial and civil world of the nation.
A laborious work of digitization has been completed in recent years and now the cataloging work has been completed.
From today, through the website www.vocifraterne.it, upon simple creation of one's own account, all interested parties will be able to read the contents of all issues of the magazine from 1920 to the present, including the first attempts in 1911 and 1913.
"It is a first goal painstakingly achieved," said the National President of the Italian Federation of Past Pupils of Don Bosco, Giovanni Costanza, "but an intermediate and not a final goal. As of today, possible solutions are already being studied that will make it easier for our readers to search by offering the possibility of indexed searches. Of course, it will take time and work, but I am confident that we will find ways to give greater consistency to the sharing of this heritage that begins today."
To browse through or consult all these many pages of Salesian life, visit: www.vocifraterne.it