Francisco Castellanos Hurtado – Un grande cuore. Mons. Guglielmo Piani, SDB

Ho l’immensa gioia di presentare la Biografia di Mons. Guglielmo Piani, SDB, uomo, salesiano e vescovo di una qualità umana, religiosa e pastorale che oggi ha molto da dirci…la sua memoria ci permetterà di rilanciare, con rinnovato ottimismo, la missione a favore dei “giovani più poveri, abbandonati e in pericolo”, grazie a una Nuova Evangelizzazione.

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Nestor Impelido – “The perception on Saint John Bosco in the Philippines during the 20th century” in “Percezione della figura di don Bosco all’esterno dell’Opera Salesiana dal 1879 al 1965”

The Salesians definitively came to the Philippines in 1951, after the negotiations conducted by the out-going Provincial of China, the Servant of God, Fr. Carlo Braga, and with the first Salesian presence in a school that was established by an U.S.A. military chaplain.

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Remo Bati – “The implantation of the salesian charism in the Philippines in the first thirty years (1951-1981)” in “Implantation of the Salesian charism in Asia – Ideals, challenges, answers, results”

The scope of my work was to remember our founding fathers and to help preserve their legacy by keeping a record of the Salesian charism transmitted by the pioneers to our Filipinos, so that it may serve as one of our constant references for a “return to Don Bosco.”

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Nestor Impelido – “Salesians in the Philippines (1949-1963): historical notes” in “The beginning of the Salesian presence in east Asia”.

The aim of the Seminar is to present the beginnings of the Salesian Presence in East Asia and Oceania. The Philippines, as part of this Salesian Region, has also its beginnings and origins from the first Salesian Presence in East Asia: China. For in the two times that the Salesians started to root themselves in the Philippines, they came from China to negotiate and to concretise what they negotiated. Continue reading “Nestor Impelido – “Salesians in the Philippines (1949-1963): historical notes” in “The beginning of the Salesian presence in east Asia”.”

Estrella Castalone – “The daughters of Mary help of Christians in the Philippines” in “L’educazione salesiana in Europa negli anni difficili del XX secolo”

After the permission from the General Council was obtained, Sr. Catherine Moore, delegate of the Provincial Superior, left Hongkong for the Philippines on 1° December 1955 with Sr. Erminia Borzini to make the necessary preparations.

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Agnes B. Paulino – “The secular institute of the Don Bosco volunteers in the Philippines” in “L’educazione salesiana in Europa negli anni difficili del XX secolo”

Canon 710 defines as secular institute as follows: A secular institute is an institute of consecrated life in which the Christian faithful living in the world strive for the perfection of charity and work for the sanctification of the world especially from within.

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Teresita Padron – How christian living education and salesian youth movement in all their educative settings lead young people to a life choice

This experience started in Philippines in the religious group life of the young people in all educative settings. Its motivation and goals are forming good Christians and honest citizens leading them to make a life choice. The Christian Living Education (CLE) is the teaching of religion which is concretized in the daily and lived in continuity in the Salesian Youth Movement. Continue reading “Teresita Padron – How christian living education and salesian youth movement in all their educative settings lead young people to a life choice”

Nestor Impelido – The Salesians in the Philippines (1951-1963) “Dove la nostra opera vi era nata… già adulta”

This is a study on the beginnings of the Salesians in the Philippines. It covers the years from the creation of the Philippine Salesian Delegation (1951) to the years of the Visitatoria (1958) up to the creation of the Philippine Province (1963).

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