SECTIONSNEWS Cambodia – Up and running again, after the flood

(ANS – Sihanoukville) – Sihanoukville is a seaside city in southern Cambodia. It overlooks the Gulf of Siam, which in recent years has seen rapid development, especially thanks to huge Chinese investments, providing a new and overwhelming tourist impulse to the area: hotels, condominiums, restaurants, tourist spots and 70 casinos. But far from redistributing this new…

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RMG – GC28: video on Salesians in the world available online today

(ANS – Rome) – Oratories, schools, Vocational Training Centers, parishes, universities, apostolate programs, social and development projects … All that is most typical of the Salesian charism and mission is summarized in 4 minutes and 33 seconds of video, now online and available to everyone so as to present to the world, a few days from…

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Italy – GC28: worldwide panorama for “multinational education company” in the name of Don Bosco

(ANS – Turin) – Monday 17 and Tuesday 18 February are the first days totally dedicated to chapter work. The days have begun to be lived with their ordinary pace. At 6:45 am, all the capitulars, divided into linguistic groups, begin the day with prayer: praise, meditation and the Eucharist, as if it were an ordinary…

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Cambodia Salesian Family Day and Br. Roberto’s 50th Anniversary

Phnom Penh, CAMBODIA — The Cambodia Salesian Family celebrated their annual day at Don Bosco Phnom Penh this Saturday, 18th of January and the occasion of the 50th anniversary of religious life of Br. Roberto Panetto, Italian missionary in Thailand since 23rd of November 1975 and in Cambodia since 24th of May 1991.  The Cambodian Association…

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Presentation of Rector Major’s Strenna for 2020: the policy of Our Father

(ANS – Rome) – The Strenna’s message represents an invitation addressed by the Rector Major to the whole Salesian Family to know how to trace new paths, even in the wake of their own charism. This year then, reaching the end of a six-year term, the Strenna really wants to indicate a legacy to be preserved…

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