Don Bosco’s writings are diverse, and yet they had one particular aim: educating the young to religion and life in general. Through the medium of writing, he managed to direct and accompany the young on a journey that would lead them to achieve Christian perfection and personal holiness.
- Theological & Anthropological Perspective in Don Bosco’s Writings
- Man’s Destiny in God’s Plan
- The Objective & the Diverse Typologies of Don Bosco’s Writings
- Don Bosco’s Theological Vision of Christian Education & “Salvation of the Young”
- The Fundamental Dynamics of Spiritual Life Brought Forward by Don Bosco and the Role of the Pastor-Educator
- The Centrality of Charity as Love for God and for Others and as “Loving-Kindness”
- The Approaches Towards a Formative Journey
Reference time period: 1844 – 1888
E. Camilleri, Don Bosco’s writings. A theological perspective & means for accompaniment, in «Journal of Salesian Sudies» 18 (2017) 1, 53-117.
Institute of Salesian Studies