Privacy Policy
db_slider February January crowd shake hands candle roof pattern donboscocut copy priests-bw copy priests copy lights-resized copy interior copy children copy bosco coffin copy
Friday, 16 August 2019 15:50

Happy Birthday

Written by

Happy-Birthday-Don-Bosco-August-16

Sunday, 04 August 2019 19:01

Happy Birthday, Salesian Sisters!

Written by
MaryMazzFMABirthdayQu500
 
On 5th August 1872, the first fifteen Salesian Sisters were clothed in their religous garments, and eleven of them (including St Mary Mazzarello) made their first professions. Don Bosco and the Bishop of Acqui were present on this joyful occasion at Mornese, Italy. Mother Mazzarello, who had worked with Don Bosco to establish the new society, was elected as their first superior on the same day.  
 
Thursday, 01 August 2019 09:07

Celebrating Blessed Augustus Czartoryski

Written by

CzartoryskiBlQuote500

 

On 2nd August, we celebrate Blessed Augustus Czartoryski. Born a prince in Paris on this day in 1858, where his family lived in exile from Poland, he felt God's call to a simpler life, and against the wishes of his family, became a Salesian priest.

Friday, 19 July 2019 06:43

Farewell to our young Polish Brothers!

Written by

LucasRob MassGarb 500Coll

 

This week, our schools and communities in Bootle and Bolton said farewell to Brs Lucas and Robert - young Salesians who have spent this year in school chaplaincy - as they return to Poland to continue their formation.

 

Photo:  Mass at Savio Salesian College to say goodbye to Br Lucas; Br Robert with Bishop John, and altar servers from Thornleigh.

Thursday, 18 July 2019 19:51

Youth ministry team visits Salesians in Lebanon

Written by

Gill Lebanon2019Gp 500

A group from Great Britain’s Salesian Youth Ministry visited Lebanon recently, where they took part in summer camps for refugee children and had the opportunity to share experience with their counterparts from Lebanon, Syria and Iraq. Photo above: Sr Gill McCambridge

Thursday, 18 July 2019 09:59

Book for Shrigley Old Boys Reunion 2019

Written by

SOB18DinnerSavioGp 500

 

Following on from the previous successful Reunions we invite Old Boys from all years and their friends and families to book for the Shrigley Old Boys Reunion 2019 on 06 – 08 September



After several requests, some changes have been made. This coming year, Shrigley Hall Hotel will be the main venue for the weekend, with Savio House for Sunday Mass, which will be celebrated in the main hall so it is accessible for anyone using a wheelchair.


Reduced room rates have been booked at Shrigley Hall, and the Church House Inn in Bollington, has been approached as an alternative - BUT - these prices can't be held for much longer - so please book ASAP!

Wednesday, 17 July 2019 16:37

Good Samaritan Pilgrimage to Arundel

Written by

ChertseyGoodSamaritanPilgrimage

On June 26th, Ms Barnsley (History) and Fr Marco (Chaplaincy / RE) took nine pupils ranging in age from Year 8-10 on the annual Diocesan Secondary School Good Samaritan Pilgrimage to Arundel. Our trip by school minibus lasted the best part of an hour and a half, however, having departed at half past eight, we made it in good time to meet the other pilgrims.

OlMCStJoeBattersea150Poster

On Sunday 21 July, the Catholic community in Battersea will celebrate 150 years of Catholic worship in the Battersea Park area, with a special Mass on Sunday 21st July, and a new website for the parish.

ChertseyArtShow1July2019

 

Chaplain Fr Marco Villani writes about Salesian School's GCSE Design Technology and Art Exhibition this year

On Thursday July 4th 2019, the Art and Technology Departments at Salesian School Chertsey hosted an exhibition of GCSE and A-level work in the St. Patrick’s Exam Hall at Guildford Road. Parents and staff were invited to an event showcasing the incredible talent that the pupils and students possess.

ChertseyMizenFoundation2

 

On Wednesday July 10th 2019, Year 10s attended a Talk For Change in the new St Patrick’s Exam Hall at Guildford Road, Chertsey. The key speakers from the Mizen Foundation were none other than Margaret Mizen and her son Danny Mizen, the mother and brother of murdered teenager Jimmy Mizen who was killed in 2008.

The first part of the talk was led by Margaret Mizen, who spent time narrating the joy of Jimmy’s young life, his untimely death and the impact that this has had on his family and the wider community. Margaret also spoke with passion and conviction of the role of her Catholic Faith in sustaining and comforting her and her family.

Page 1 of 62

Accessibility

Use the tools below to improve your experience

English French German Portuguese Spanish
A- A A+

Search

Search Salesians news and articles
Search & Accessibility