Salesians of Don Bosco

Province of St. Francis Xavier Bombay (INB)

Don Bosco Global Youth Film Festival | DBGYFF

Salesian Province of Bombay - INB

Provincial Chapter 2022

Implementing GC 28

Paul Albera Exposition.pdf


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PAUL ALBERA EXHIBITION

On 29 October 2021, the centenary of the 'dies natalis' of Don Paul Albera, the 2nd Successor of Don Bosco, the Paul Albera Exhibition at the Museo Casa Don Bosco, Valdocco, is made available in digital format.

The contents of the Exhibition and of the booklet are the work of Coadjutor Salesian Paolo Vaschetto in collaboration with Father Aldo Giraudo and Father Silvio Roggia.

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Don Bosco - Our Father & Founder

Don Bosco was a charismatic Italian priest who lived and worked in the Italian city of Turin. His life’s work was the care of young people, especially the ‘poor and abandoned’. He approached his work in a unique and original manner, which he called the ‘Preventive System’. He founded the Salesians to continue his spirit and mission. He was proclaimed a Saint of the Catholic Church in 1934.

St. John Bosco, was called ‘Don’ Bosco by his boys because ‘Don’ in Italian means ‘Father’. Today he continues to be fondly remembered by the same name. He founded an organisation that would take care of poor youth. He called his followers ‘Salesians’, a name he took from St. Francis de Sales, a popular Saint of his native place in northern Italy. He chose St. Francis de Sales as the patron of his society and encouraged his followers to imitate the Saint’s gentle humanism.

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Our Vision-Mission

We, the Salesians of Don Bosco, of the Province of St. Francis Xavier Bombay (INB), inspired by the preferential love of Christ the Good Shepherd for the poor, and Don Bosco’s predilection for poor and disadvantaged youth, commit ourselves to the holistic advancement of youth at risk, especially the economically poor, both rural and urban, by empowering them to creatively address the factors responsible for their poverty.

We, as consecrated religious, carry out this vision according to our specific charism of education and evangelization, at the service of the church, in collaboration with the Salesian Family, our lay collaborators and other people of good will.