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William John Dickson Prevention or repression. The reception of Don Bosco's educational approach in british salesian schools ...e English perception that some aspects of Don Bosco's Preventive System to the eyes of some foreign Salesians the existence of corporal punishment in Salesian schools was a direct contradiction of Don Bosco's ... 1790 - 1920
Pietro Stella Don Bosco: life and work ... Salesian schools and their historical role 3. The focus on boarding schools and its impact on the Salesians Bibliography  VI. The Salesian Society 1. The political and religious situation in Piedmon... 1815 - 1912
Michael Mendl "The zeal of the salesians is just the thing". Founding of the salesian work in New York ...Over one hundred years ago, on November 28, 1898, three Salesians arrived in New York to initiate a Salesian apostolate among the Italian immigrants of that metropol... 1897 - 1911
John Dickson An introduction to Don Rua's letters to England ...sor of St. John Bosco as Rector Major of the Salesian Society (1888-1910). During his Rectorate the Salesians grew from 1030 members in 64 houses to 4420 confreres scattered across the globe. Don Rua's letters... 1889 - 1909
Michele Rua Letteres to the confreres of the english province (1887-1909). Introduction, critical text and notes by Martin McPake and William John Dickson ...ssor of St John Bosco as Rector Major of the Salesian Society (1888-1910). During his Rectorate the Salesians grew from 1030 members in 64 houses to 4420 confreres scattered across the globe. What is presented... 1887 - 1909
John Dickson "War, racism and immobility the social impact of the early salesian work in Cape Town", in "L’Opera Salesiana dal 1880 al 1922. Esperienze particolari in Europa, Africa, Asia". ...f Southern Africa in December 1895 it was announced that Bishop Leonard had already agreed with the Salesians of Turin (Don Bosco) to open a house at Cape Town for the recovery of poor boys of an older age. Th... 1895 - 1906
Michael Mendl Salesian Beginnings in New York. The extraordinary visitation of Father Paolo Albera in march 1903 ...a di don Albera, è presentata con note.   Indice: Introduction The New York Context The Salesians in New York The Extraordinary Visitation Conclusion DOCUMENTS... 1903
Arthur Lenti Don Bosco's last years, his last illness and saintly death from eyewitness accounts ... attitudes. For this it will rely on eyewitness accounts, the chronicles and memoirs authored by Salesians close to the saint. The Biographical Memoirs and other Lives of Don Bosco, reliable though they be,... 1884 - 1888
Stephen Whelan The Catholic Readings: writing for the masses ...eals how much St. John Bosco involved others, laity, diocesan clergy, religious and, later, his own Salesians, in the apostolate of the press for the sake of the Gospel and the mission of the Church.   ... 1853 - 1888
Arthur Lenti Da Mihi Animas in Don Bosco. Don Bosco's life and work for the "Salvation of Souls" ... Bosco's incessant activity and the pastoral and ascetical program that he wished to hand on to his Salesians. How this driving ideal powered Don Bosco's life and work-that is, his manifold pastoral choices-is... 1884 - 1888
Emile Poulat Don Bosco and the Church in the world of the Ninetheenth century in «Don Bosco's place in history» ...lections concerning the Church in the 19th century, the figure of Don Bosco and the presence of the Salesians in France.                                                                                         ... 1875 - 1888
Kaoru Tamura Something about Mary. Reflections on Don Bosco, mother Mazzarello and the development of the "Spirit of Mornese" ...ians was founded. However, she seems to have been well prepared for her work with Don Bosco and the Salesians, both in her philosophical formation and her life experiences. How then was a simple woman of peasa... 1864 - 1887
Giovanni Bosco Deliberations of the last General Chapters Don Bosco presided over (1883-1886) ...a Salesian house there will be a festive oratory to be considered as “the most important work”; the Salesians, priests and lay, are called to cooperate in its smooth running, regarding it as the “single prospe... 1883 - 1886
Giovanni Bosco Circular letters to Salesians and the Daughters of Mary Help of christians ...Don Bosco’s Circular letters to the Salesians and Daughters of Mary Help of Christians are small masterpieces of spirituality. The Saint expresse... 1867 - 1886
Giovanni Bosco Society of St Francis de Sales ...d of the three oratories in Turin, by Archbishop Fransoni (no. 30), the choice in 1854 of the name ‘Salesians’ for some young men who were ready to undergo a “trial of the exercise of practical charity towards... 1852 - 1885
Giovanni Bosco Don Bosco’s ‘theology’ of religious life ...tion of the Salesian Constitutions, published in 1875, Don Bosco wrote a wide-ranging letter To the Salesians, to guide them in interpreting the rules and to infuse in them a correct idea of religious life. He... 1875 - 1885
Giovanni Bosco Constitutional documents ...e and the extension of Christ’s salvific work”, is what best distinguishes the relationship between Salesians and the beneficiaries of their work. It is charity, “theologically understood and psychologically e... 1858 - 1885
Michael Mendl New information on the salesians'coming to New York ...dl, in his research has discovered "a long missing letter'' that states Don Bosco's refusal to send Salesians to New York in 1848. This letter completes Michael Mendl 's article in the Journal on founding Sale... 1884 - 1885
Michael Ribotta 'The road not taken"--The Salesians' circuitous road to North America ...all to send missionaries to the city of San Francisco in 1870: "It is our intention to dispatch our Salesians to St.Vincent's (Orphan Asylum] some time during the first six months of 1871 -but certainly no lat... 1850 - 1884
Giovanni Bosco Personal letters to Salesians and Daughters of Mary Help of christians ...on, constantly keeping their hearts leaning to God and charity. The holy founder, writing to his Salesians, highlights the primacy of charity. He encourages zeal for souls and the good of their neighbour. H... 1863 - 1884
Rik Biesmans Aesthetics in Don Bosco's educational system ...tion through recreation, gymnastics and sport. In his essay, he surveys the efforts of the first Salesians to inculcate a sense of beauty and an appreciation for the arts and culture among even the poorest ... 1876 - 1884
Rik Biesmans The Magna Carta of the Salesian Educational System, vol. 1 ... been constructed. This section of the larger chapter, a sort of circular letter, was meant for the Salesians in Valdocco. The longer third chapter consists of the discussion of the content of the “circular l... 1880 - 1884
Rik Biesmans The Magna Carta of the Salesian Educational System, vol. 2 ... medal or the boys’ collaboration in the educational process Section 7. The ‘extended text for the Salesians’ and the letter to the boys as attempts to eliminate and overcome major shortcomings in the practic... 1880 - 1884
Giovanni Bosco National and international geographic expansion of salesian work ...ith them and also ask them for financial assistance and protection, given the broad activity of the Salesians in looking after Italian immigrants (no. 27); he founded houses in France at the time of the Third ... 1863 - 1883
Giovanni Bosco Difficult relationships with the Archbishop of Turin ...collaboration in publishing the Catholic Readings, his preaching to the boys at Valdocco and to the Salesians, his lessons in theology to the latter group, and his generous offerings for the church of Mary Hel... 1871 - 1882
Giovanni Bosco Formation of the Salesians through conferences and dream accounts ask for generous and determined commitment. The reader can see that the dreams addressed to the Salesians (nos. 263-265), compared with those to the boys, along with their instructive and symbolic function... 1858 - 1881
Arthur Lenti Community and mission. Spiritual insights and salesian religious life in Don Bosco's Constitutions ...o identify and discuss Don Bosco's chief proposals for the religious life and the apostolate of his Salesians (Part II). This latter part of the work will require a fairly close examination of a number of fou... 1858 - 1879
Giovanni Bosco Pedagogical and didactic principles and disciplinary matters (1846-1879 ... place for boys in Rome, Don Bosco was interested; he pointed out however that in houses run by the Salesians “we use a very special disciplinary system called preventive, where we do not use punishments or th... 1846 - 1879
Giovanni Bosco The Institute of the Daughters of Mary Help of christians ...aded Don Bosco from running the same risk for the women’s Institute. He simply aggregated it to the Salesians, a rather rare thing, and this did not escape the attention of pontifical authorities in his 1879 R... 1871 - 1878
Giovanni Bosco Prevention and education (1877-1878): The Preventive System in the Education of the Young ...ion of the young (1877) is one of the most important and widespread documents by the founder of the Salesians and the Daughters of Mary Help of Christians. It is the first more or less complete account—despite... 1877 - 1878
Giovanni Bosco Spiritual formation of the young through preaching, “goodnights” and dream accounts ...ges in particular (nos. 212, 215, 221, 222). The conference on March 19, 1876 (no. 12)—reserved for Salesians but open for any boys who were interested—effectively represents the way Don Bosco was able to pres... 1858 - 1878
Giovanni Bosco Cooperators in the salesian mission ... Sola, the saint said that the work was only set up because of the fruitful cooperation between the Salesians and the Cooperators. Then, pointing out the principal purpose of the Institution (“the good of huma... 1877 - 1878
Jack Ayers The "Salesianity" that wins all hearts ...The reader may be surprised to learn that at the first canonical assembly of Salesians, Don Bosco was equating fidelity to our Society with the broad road of "Salesianity" mapped out in ... 1835 - 1877
Giovanni Bosco Recourse to public charity ... always kept individual ownership of movable and immovable property in his hands or with individual Salesians and was reluctant to establish any legally recognised moral entity. And rightly so given that legis... 1847 - 1876
Giovanni Bosco Sources prior to the first missionary expedition ...ishop of Buenos Aires and his Vicar General, Don Bosco put forward a proposal to the latter to send Salesians for two foundations one in the capital and one at San Nicolás de los Arroyos. He assured him that h... 1874 - 1875
Nancy J. Bowden Unwrapping the gifts: Francis de Sales, Jane de Chantal and the salesian vision of women ..., of spiritual direction, of leadership in Christian community through the experience of the first "Salesians" in Annecy at the beginning of the 17th Century. We see both Francis and Jane as growing in their u... 1700

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