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Some Account Of Don Bosco And His Work

Some Account Of Don Bosco And His Work

Gathered Chiefly From The Narrative Of Dr. Espiney, By Mrs. F. R. Barker

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Published by M. H. Gill in Dublin, Ireland .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL25942303M
OCLC/WorldCa315190478

  St. John Bosco, Italian in full San Giovanni Melchior Bosco, byname Don Bosco, (born Aug , Becchi, near Turin, Piedmont, kingdom of Sardinia [Italy]—died Janu , Turin; canonized April 1, ; feast day January 31), Roman Catholic priest who was a pioneer in educating the poor and founded the Salesian order.. Bosco was ordained a priest .   Don Bosco presented her to his children as the Immaculate, as the simple and sweet woman who joyfully lives the plan that God has for her. He also presented her as the Help of Christians, as a loving Mother, concerned that all her sons and daughters fully live the dream that God has for each of them.

John Melchior Bosco (Italian: Giovanni Melchiorre Bosco; 16 August – 31 January ), popularly known as Don Bosco [ˌdɔm ˈbɔsko], was an Italian Roman Catholic priest, educator, and writer of the 19th century. While working in Turin, where the population suffered many of the ill-effects of industrialization and urbanization, he dedicated his life to the betterment and . In many prophetic dreams of Don Bosco, he is given a view of "Now" and a view of "What it should be like in the future". With such information or action plan given to him by Heaven, Don Bosco "rolls up his sleeves" and gets to work toward the goal pointed out by Heaven in the Prophetic Dream. However, he can only do what is within his reach.

Don Bosco’s first “volunteer”, Michael Rua, was ordained a priest J At the end of his life Don Bosco was able to say that over vocations came from his oratory. In March of , the cornerstone of the Basilica of Mary, Help of Christians was laid in Valdocco. Eight years later Don Bosco began to build one more Marian. Director of Salesian Missions to share stories of missionary work at St. John Bosco Parish this weekend. Talk will be centered around the mission of the Salesians of Don Bosco, to end the cycle of poverty by providing education and opportunities to at-risk youth in more than countries, in some of the poorest places around the glo.


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The Salesian brother brings to every field of education and pastoral activity the specific qualities of his lay status, which make him in a particular way a witness to God’s Kingdom in the world, close as he is to the young and to the realities of working life.

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John Drury. ; reprinted Scholarly—first historically critical study of DB, concentrating on theological, religious, and political background; appendix “Don Bosco and the Death of Charles” investigates the story of the Saint’s raising a dead boy back to life long enough to hear his confession.

Facts about Don Bosco talk about a Roman Catholic priest, writer and educator from Italy. He had prominent role in 19th century. Saint John Bosco was known Don Bosco. He was born on 16 August and died on 31 January He worked to help the unfortunate people and children by focusing on the education.

He did it when he was in Turin. A plan for some sort of religious order, to carry on the work when he had passed away, had long been in Don Bosco's mind, and at last he felt he had the strong nucleus of helpers that was required.

"On the night of Januwe were assembled in Don Bosco's room," writes one of the men present. January 31st is the feast day of St. John Bosco. John Bosco (also called Don Bosco) was a Catholic priest who lived in Italy in the 19th century. He is most famous for his work with troubled, city-dwelling male youth who became disenfranchised following the Industrial Revolution, and who often ended up living a life of petty crime.

Story of Don Bosco Don Bosco: Friend of the Young. The boy and his mother walked along the dirt road into the glowing sunset. Towards them came the Parish Priest. As they got closer, the boy’s face broke into a big smile, and his small voice piped clearly, “Hello, Father”.

The priest gravely bowed his head and passed by. Most of the book deals with Dominic’s time in the Oratory in Turin, Don Bosco’s school to educate young men.

At Dominic was referred to the Oratory by a teacher. The boy’s health was not good, but Don Bosco admitted him for his virtue and enthusiasm. Dominic put his heart into his school work, observing all house rules diligently.

In the centenary of his death, which took place on JanuPope John Paul II proclaimed him The Father and Teacher of Youth. “No one did more in the last century for so many people than Don Bosco, not only by his personal influence but also by the apostolate of his marvelous Sons.” – Cardinal Spellman.

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