Category: Bicentenary

Apr
16

Camino Bosco 2015

Camino-Bosco-2015-Day1-0037To celebrate the bicentenary of Don Bosco’s birth, we set off from Limerick in Philip Jones’ bus on a two-day journey, the Camino Bosco, from Camp to Dingle via Annascaul amid the beautiful Kerry landscape. Not knowing what was in front of us, we did know that together we would get through it and help each other along the way.

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Mar
11

The New Salesian App

Hi there! Take a look at the refreshed Salesian Website and brand new Salesian App.

Salesian App_1As a part of the celebrations of the Bicentenary of Don Bosco’s birth, and attempting to mark it in a special way, we have changed the design of our website to make it clearer and more user friendly.

At the same time, we have developed a brand new Salesian App available for free on iOS and on Android devices:

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Feb
25

The first ‘Don Bosco Road’ in Ireland

Over the years, Don Bosco has always been the inspiration of Salesian work in Pallaskenry. While the Agricultural College, Secondary School and Summer Camps have always had the imprint of Don Bosco, the external image of Saint John Bosco himself was seldom visible. Read More



Feb
02

Videos of the Novena to Don Bosco

Last week we have celebrated the Feast of Saint John Bosco, as a preparation to that feast we have celebrated a novena to Don Bosco, during which we have had different people talking about Don Bosco. Below find the link to the Videos from the Novena.

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Jan
09

Salesian Pilgrimage

078Don Bosco, Shroud of Turin, Passion Play & Milan

Group director: Fr Tom Clowe SDB
Date: 06 June 2015
Depart from: Dublin
Arrive to: Milan Linate
Duration: 4 nights
Price: €775

To find out more details about the Pilgrimage please click >>here<<


Jan
01

Strenna 2015

Each year the Rector Major of the Salesians of Don Bosco presents to all members of Salesian Family the special message – watch Strenna 2015: Read More



Feb
06

Press Conference for Bicentenary of Don Bosco

It’s not a nostalgic look back at the past, nor a parochial event, but an opportunity to renew our commitment to reach young people and accompany them in their challenges.” With these words, Fr Pascual Chávez, Rector Major of the Salesians, revealed to reporters during an international press conference, the significance of the Bicentenary Year of the Birth of Don Bosco (1815-2015), which will open on 16 August 2014. Read More