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Fr Andrew Ebrahim SDB describes some of the Holy Week activities at St John Bosco College (SJBC), Battersea.

 

We had two Lenten reflections at SJBC, one on the evening of Thursday 22nd March where parents, governors and other guests were invited to an evening of readings and music for Lent. Our students were joined by students from Salesian School, Chertsey and we had a variety of music to suit all tastes. It was an evening that led those present through the challenging moments of the life of Christ culminating in His death and resurrection.

Thursday, 05 April 2018 11:51

Good Friday workshop for children in Battersea

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Fr Gerry O'Shaughnessy SDB and the team from Sacred Heart Parish Battersea joined with Canon Simon Butler of St Mary's C of E Parish, to lead their shared Good Friday Children's Workshop and Worship. This year, it was the Salesian parish's turn to host the event, which was attended by 59 children and their families.

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Chaplain Fr Marco Villani SDB, updates us on a Chertsey tradition

 

On Friday March 16th, many KS2 pupils from our primary feeder schools came to Salesian School Chertsey for our “Celebrating RE Day”, an event that has now become an annual feature in our school calendar.

 

Pupils in the deanery from near and far came for a morning based on the theme of Vocation. A welcome, opening prayer and blessing by the School Chaplain introduced the day whilst the programme outline was shared by Mrs M Morrison, RE teacher and Celebrating RE Day Co-ordinator.

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Fr Marco Villani SDB, our Justice and Peace Delegate, writes about Fairtrade Week at Salesian School Chertsey, where he is Chaplain.

 

Thursday March 8th saw the annual Fairtrade Bake Sale at Salesian School Chertsey, Guildford Road. The Fairtrade Team, consisting of pupils and staff members, organised, supervised and ran our most successful Bake Sale yet.

Thursday, 05 April 2018 18:09

We are seeking a Finance Manager Designate

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Salary range: At least in the range of £30-40,000pa (DOE)
35 hours per week

Closing date: Thursday 26th April 2018

 

We have an exciting opportunity at our Provincial Office in Bolton. This is a varied role for an experienced and talented finance professional to work in the Charity sector and help to support our projects around the UK. The Finance Manager Designate will work alongside the retiring Finance Manager, providing support to all our works, communities, senior managers and Trustees, ensuring a detailed handover within the course of a year in line with our succession planning model.

 

Find out more and apply

 

Friday, 06 April 2018 10:54

Salesian Mission Days 2018 - Laos

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The focus for Salesian Mission Day 2018 is on Asia, and we begin our journey in Laos: a young Salesian mission in a country with a very young population. The video below gives a glimpse of life in Vientiane, and the Don Bosco Centre, the technical school in the city.

Saturday, 31 March 2018 23:02

A Happy and Holy Easter!

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May you all feel the blessings of the risen Christ on this wonderful Easter day! He is risen, alleluia!

 

Thursday, 29 March 2018 20:13

Happy 80th, Fr Joe SDB!

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SDBs gathered in Bolton last weekend to celebrate the 80th birthday of Fr Joe Brown SDB. 

 

Fr Joe had celebrated with his community of St Joesph's on the big day itself, and at the weekend, he was joined by more confreres who shared a wonderful meal, many memories and funny stories and a splendid cake. Fr Joe also led the community singing!

Thursday, 22 March 2018 12:23

Thank you to our Salesian priests next door!

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Salesians have close connections with their schools, and this is especially valuable in seasons such as Lent, when their availability to support the priests, brothers and lay staff on the chaplaincy teams in offering the sacraments to students and staff is especially important.

Monday, 26 March 2018 10:12

Kendal Young People are Taking the Lead!

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During February half term, Mary and Iain Biddle took three young people for a wonderful stay with the Salesian Sisters at the Blundellsands community. This group of committed young people regularly attend the youth group "Create Space" in Kendal, which was born out of the Salesian Spirituality Team.

 

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During the stay, Mary and Iain delivered the VIDES Youth Leadership Course, encouraging the young people to think about their own gifts and talents while focusing on their future leadership potential. The theme for the stay was "You are young, you are precious, you are loved." They took time to look at the lives of St. John Bosco and St. Mary Mazzarello, as well as discussing and reflecting on the Salesian way of working with young people.

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