NEWS

DB Kumgi…

February 22nd, 2020

DB Kumgi Inagurates the New School Year

Kumgi, Chimbu Province, 21 February 2020 - More than 500 students and staff of Don Bosco Simbu Technical College (DBSTC) gathered at the Diocesan Shrine of Saint John Bosco for the Mass of the Holy Spirit and the official opening of the School Year 2020. A group of students from the New Gu

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Salesians’ 28th…

February 21st, 2020

Salesians’ 28th General Chapter

Feb 16, 2020 - 243 Salesian brothers and priests gathered for their General Chapter in Valdocco, Italy, the place where Don Bosco started his ministry to young people. The General Chapter is a gathering every 6 years of Provincials and representatives of 14,200 Salesians coming from 132 c

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DBTS –…

February 16th, 2020

DBTS  – Holy Spirit Mass

Over 900 plus students of Don Bosco Technical School celebrated the Mass of the Holy Spirit on the 14th of February 2020, in their school gym in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. The Mass was presided by Fr. Pedro Sachitula, SDB, the newly installed Rector of the school. Before the Mass, op

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8 College…

February 14th, 2020

8 College Aspirants

Last Jan 31, feast of St. John Bosco 8 college aspirants were admitted to continue their aspirantate experience. In a simple rite the Provincial, Fr. Alfred Maravilla, entrusted each one to the care of the Savio Haus Rector, Fr. Dominic Kachira, and the accompaniment team.

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Editorial

  • Don Bosco
  • Don Bosco was creative, enthusiastic and enterprising in his work. He wrote and edited booklets, school texts, histories, digests, magazines, fliers, plays. From his earliest years as a priest, Don Bosco communicated through his whole demeanour and person, through games, talking, visiting, preaching, and publishing. Communicating through the internet and publishing is a priority for Salesians. Inspired by this example of Don Bosco and the early Salesians, Social Communication continues an important priority.