My name is Vy Samnang, I am a student of Theological Seminary in Phnom Penh. I am happy to
Share with you my biography and my experiences as a Don Bosco student
Stay at Don Bosco Technical School in Phnom Penh and present life at St. John Mary Theological Seminary.
I was born in 1994 in Phnom Penh. My parents were Catholics, so I was baptized at an early age.
In 2007, Don Bosco School in Phnom Penh was started by Father Leo, who wanted to create a group for boys to stay at Don Bosco Technical School, and they had the opportunity to go to school and open opportunities for both boys.
They all think about being called a priest, a priest in the parish. When I heard this news, I really wanted to join this group, but my father would not let me go because I was the only child in the family. But then I had another brother and my father allowed me to stay at Don Bosco School.
During my six years in Don Bosco, I was taught a lot about boys.
A 14-year-old who used to live at home with his parents does not know how to do anything, but he only learns, his parents do everything. But when I went to Don Bosco school, everything
Teach me to live with others, to live with strangers, to eat food that can not be ordered at will. Let me know how to respect my role, work hard, learn to pray more, attend Mass every day from a boy who does not know how to wash clothes, let me know how to wash clothes, generally speaking, guide me to live
By yourself. This made me ready to go to church.
Finally, I would like to thank Don Bosco for helping me to train my life today. And I pray for young men and women who are finding out about their calling. So always pray for God’s call to each one of us.