Pietro Braido – Vocazione del coadiutore salesiano all’apostolato caritativo pastorale e educativo

Il presente lavoro  dimostra come sia necessario e urgente che la Congregazione, attraverso gli organi competenti, giuridici e tecnici, approfondisca la realtà del Coadiutore e il significato della sua presenza operativa in essa. La famiglia salesiana si compone non solo di sacerdoti
e chierici, ma anche di laici chiamati Coadiutori perché hanno per particolare ufficio di coadiuvare i sacerdoti nelle opere di carità cristiana proprie della Congregazione.

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Pietro Braido – Religiosi nuovi per il mondo del lavoro

II presente lavoro, si propone tre obiettivi principali, raccogliendosi prevalentemente intorno a tre gruppi di concetti e di intuizioni:
1) introdurre storicamente ad una rapida e precisa conoscenza della genesi e dello sviluppo dell’idea e della realtà del «Coadiutore» in seno alia Famiglia Salesiana, in quanto Società religiosa specificamente consacrata all’educazione della gioventù; 2) offrire la raccolta, per quanto possibile completa, dei documenti salesiani ufficiali o di una certa importanza,
dislocatisi lungo tutta la storia della Società dai primordi al 1960; 3) tentare un primo rapido «profilo» del Coadiutore Salesiano, alla luce dei suoi essenziali impegni religiosi e educativi, timida premessa ad un tipo caratteristico di teologia, di morale e di spiritualità «professionale»

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Felice Rizzini – “Dai Consiglieri Professionali Generali alla Federazione Nazionale CNOS-FAP” in “Rassegna CNOS. Speciale Don Bosco e la formazione professionale. Problemi, esperienze, prospettive per la formazione professionale”

Il processo innovativo della Formazione Professionale s’intensificò dopo la morte di Don Bosco per il contributo determinante dei Consiglieri Professionali Generali, per gli interventi dei Capitoli Generali e per la dedizione alla causa da parte dei Salesiani Coadiutori, in parallelo agli interventi legislativi e normativi dello Stato ed allo spazio maggiore dato ad essa dalle iniziative pubbliche e private.

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Gaetano Compri – “Implantation of the salesian charism in Japan. Reflections of Fr Cimatti on the formation of personnel in loco” in “Implantation of the Salesian charism in Asia – Ideals, challenges, answers, results”

The first nine Salesian missionaries arrived in Japan on 8 February 1926 under the leadership of Fr Vincenzo Cimatti. They were entrusted with the two provinces of Miyazaki and Oita, far away from the big cities, where they succeeded the missionaries of the Foreign Missions of Paris (MEP).

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Enrico Danieli – “The salesian charism in the new cultural environment of the kingdom of Siam in the first 30 years” in “Implantation of the Salesian charism in Asia – Ideals, challenges, answers, results”

This paper aims to present the situation prevailing in the Kingdom of Siam at the time of the arrival of the first Salesians and the unexpected turn of evens which posed challenges to them.

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Carlo Socol – “The implantation of the salesian charism in China (1906-1936): ideals, challenges, answers and results” in “Implantation of the Salesian charism in Asia – Ideals, challenges, answers, results”

The Salesians landed in Macao on 13 February 1906 to take over the management of a diocesan orphanage and set up a school of arts and crafts, with the aim of expanding gradually into China proper, which they first did in 1911, shortly after the Portuguese republican revolution forced the them out of the enclave.

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Francesco Motto – “Catholic church and the missions in the twenty years between the world wars. Salesian missionary strategy” in “Implantation of the Salesian charism in Asia – Ideals, challenges, answers, results”

This paper could be considered precisely the second part of the one presented at the previous seminart. It is my intention to present a general framework within which many of the other papers that follow will find their place – at least those which will directly or indirectly refer to the third decade of the XX century.

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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”.”

Amador Anjos – “The first salesians in east Timor: 1927-1929” in “The beginning of the Salesian presence in east Asia”.

The purpose of this work is to show the process of the first presence of the Salesians in East Timor, between 1927 and 1929. It is a meteoric presence for it did not last two whole years and it is also intriguing due to questions that rose. In fact, how is it possible that the Salesians decided to abandon the Island shortly after a year and a half, when the Salesians had accepted the administration of a school of arts and crafts existing already in Dili (capital of the territory) – after having celebrated a contract with the Bishop of Macau, Josè da Costa Nunes, for a sexennium – what important reasons led the Major Superiors to take such a decision before the bilateral contract celebrated in January 1927 come to an end? Continue reading “Amador Anjos – “The first salesians in east Timor: 1927-1929” in “The beginning of the Salesian presence in east Asia”.”

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