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Hazel, from the Savio Salesian College Chaplaincy team, is justly proud of the dedicated students from the school's Bosco Group.

 

It never ceases to amaze me what our students can do.

 

During the lunch time at Savio Salesian College, our Bosco Group gathers to discuss what they will do next. We have forty minutes only, and the meetings take place on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

 

"Next?"you might ask in some astonishment. "Surely, it's lunchtime? An interim period when the students interrupt their studies to refuel for the afternoon session?" ... and, of course, you are right ... except for these students.

 

The group grab their lunches and hasten to the Bosco Room: most of them are unwilling to waste this precious time. They come together as a group of friends. Outside of this room, they are from Years 7 -10, but their common goal unites them.

 

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Friday, 29 March 2019 16:13

Saints in Action at the Bosco Group

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Br Lukasz from Savio Salesian College writes about the school’s Bosco Group and their weekly “Faith in Action” reflections.

 

Imagine Savio Salesian College students talking about the weird case of St. Peter, considering the motivation of merciful Mother Teresa or discovering that Don Bosco’s dream is still happening. It’s been a long time since the Bosco Group started weekly reflection as a part of the “Faith in Action” curriculum.

 

Hazel, from our Chaplaincy team, in the beginning of the school year, gathered quite a few volunteers to take part in Faith in Action, a well-known annual Catholic Youth Programme. Each Wednesday the whole group meets in the “Bosco Room” for a reflection on the life of another Saint which is being delivered by me. Every week the Bosco Group goes over one saint with a fine-tooth comb.

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