Don Bosco Publications remains 'open for business' as staff work from home and Fr Bob works on the picking and packing element from his home, Thornleigh House. You can still browse the online shop, place orders for cards to keep in touch the old-fashioned way, and for books and and devotional items to inspire you, keep you company and sustain your faith. Your orders will be processed and sent out to you as before, though the service may be a bit slower as the post office has to cope with increased demand across the board. You can still email Sarah and Dominic on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Communications Office, Salesian Link, has also moved home, and is continuing to keep you informed and connected through our websites and social media channels, and our emails. We are still able to share your prayer requests and news. Email Clare on email@example.com or Dominic firstname.lastname@example.org. If you're on social media, keep in touch with us there too.
Provicial Office staff Anne-Marie and Nicola are also working safely from home to keep our admin and finance functions operating smoothly, with Economer Fr Mervyn working from Thornleigh.
Unfortunately, some things just don't fit with the current restrictions. Our overseas volunteer project, BOVA, is suspended until September for now, but anyone interested can still get in touch with Fr Bob email@example.com to discuss possible options for the future. Although the Youth Easter retreat can't take place as a physical assembly, Sue and the Salesian Youth Ministry team are adapting it for the times, and coming up with more ways to support our Salesian Family, youth ministry workers and young people during this crisis.