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Friday, 08 November 2013 14:05

Continuing with Don Bosco

So you’ve lived and worked alongside the Salesians and liked what you saw?

Perhaps you’d like to continue to work with them here in the UK.

The work of the Salesian family in the UK includes schools, training centres, parishes, youth clubs, youth retreat centres, publications and volunteering programmes in the UK  and overseas:

The Salesian Youth Ministry home page.

The website of the UK Salesian Past Pupils Federation.

The Salesians’ youth retreat centre – run with a team of young volunteers.

Publishing good books for teachers, youth workers, school leadership and youth.

The Salesian Sisters’ charity – summer projects forming volunteers and serving children and young people.

The Bosco Centre – the Salesian Sisters’ training and youth centre in London.

Don Bosco Youth Net.

And find the Salesian pages on Facebook!

Friday, 08 November 2013 14:04

Called to go deeper?

Following an experience of ‘faith in action’, maybe you feel called to go deeper with your faith. For some this may mean attending church more often or giving a little time to prayer. Others might feel called to consider some type of vocation.

Please find some suggestions below (links open in new window):

For much much more on the links between faith and justice please see the LiveSimply Catholic Social Teaching website.

Was there something special about being in community?

Have you considered vocation…
…as a Salesian?

as a Priest or Religious?

Would you like to receive a daily free inspirational quote direct to your mobile?

 

Friday, 08 November 2013 13:09

Deeper understanding … and taking action

The Serenity Prayer

God grant me the Serenity to accept the things I cannot change,
the Courage to change the things I can,
and the Wisdom to know the difference.

During your time as a volunteer you may well have been confronted with the consequences of poverty in the developing world. Perhaps you have witnessed life in a slum, child labour, prostitution, malnutrition, begging or some of the many other aspects of poverty and inequality. For most people from the developed world the first reaction to these sights is one of shock and horror, followed quickly by one of gratitude for their own more comfortable lives.

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