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To Be Honest…

What do the people in our Province think about The Pilgrimage?

A Journey around the UK!

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About Don Bosco Relics

Around the World - The Pilgrimage

The Relic Pilgrimage of Don Bosco to Great Britain is a significant event in the life of our Church. It is part of a world-wide pilgrimage building up to the 200th anniversary of Don Bosco’s birth in 2015. The Pilgrimage began on January 31st 2009 and as this event moves around the world it is raising awareness of Don Bosco’s spirituality and the importance of young people in the Church.

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Thursday, 17 October 2013 18:47

Pilgrimage Correspondents

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Want to know what it was like to be on the road with the Pilgrimage Team and Don Bosco? These three lovely people volunteered to keep a blog of each day on the road, offering a candid, honest and insightful view into The Pilgrimage of the Relics of Don Bosco. Click on their faces below to open their blogs.

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Monday, 10 October 2011 01:00

Core Legal Information

Your attendance at the Pilgrimage implies agreement to the Venue Terms and Conditions.

Access to the Pilgrimage implies that you consent to you being recorded, published or broadcast in any media and for those recordings to be used in relation to the Pilgrimage, and for the purpose of crime prevention and public safety without any right to payment in perpetuity.

Use of professional photographic or recording equipment is prohibited (personal cameras are allowed except during the Liturgy).

The safety and enjoyment of all is of great importance to us, and we aim to ensure that everyone is free to enjoy the event without interruptions.

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General Guidance

The Pilgrimage of The Relics of Don Bosco is a once in a lifetime opportunity to encounter the Sacred Relics in the United Kingdom. There are three main public aspects for The Pilgrimage of The Relics of Don Bosco: The Pilgrim Experience, Holy Mass and End of Day Prayer.

General Information

The program is provisional and may be subject to change. The latest updates and general information can be found on this website. Please check the site before travelling.
All of the Pilgrimage is open to all who wish to take advantage of this lifetime opportunity in the United Kingdom.
Admission is unrestricted and no tickets are required, but at certain times there may be a wait for the Pilgrim Experience.
Seating for Holy Mass is freely available on a ‘first come basis’. If there is not space for you to attend the Holy Mass you may be able to access the Pilgrim Experience at another time.

Published in Don Bosco Relics
Thursday, 17 October 2013 18:46

Hymns

You’d a Tough Life

Fr Eddie McGuinness

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A Man with a Dream

David Whitehead

View as a pdf

Don Bosco’s Prayer

Rudi Osanger SDB

View as a pdf

Man of Work and Prayer

W J Dickson SDB

View as a pdf

Thou Who Didst Befriend

W Moore

View as a pdf

Friend of The Young

Martin Poulsom SDB

Performed by the Pilgrimage Team in Glasgow

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MORE ROUTE DETAILS

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All of the Pilgrimage is open to all who wish to take advantage of this lifetime opportunity in the United Kingdom. Admission is not restricted, or by ticket, but at times there may be a wait for the Pilgrim Experience.

Published in Don Bosco Relics
Thursday, 17 January 2013 00:00

LITURGICAL STATEMENT

Salesian Prayer - ever ancient, ever new

Don Bosco is a Saint whose loyalty to the Pope and the Bishops of the Church is both well known and documented. The same virtue can be said about his Salesians today; some have been entrusted by the Pope with great responsibility in the Church.

Don Bosco told his Salesians to approach the celebration of the Mass in a worthy manner, attentive to the celebration itself, and always with a great spirit of devotion to the Lord and for the gifts of his Church. Yet, his approach to prayer, especially with the young, was ever creative in its style. Don Bosco wanted to appeal not only to the mind of a young person, but by a variety of means, such as various types of music, the use of drama and through expressive artwork, to speak also to the senses and fundamentally to touch the heart of every young person. In this way Don Bosco wanted to speak to the whole person about God, the Heavenly Father who had such a special love for the young.

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Thursday, 17 October 2013 18:46

On Pilgrimage

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Did you come on pilgrimage and fill in an intention card? These have now been taken to the Salesian Community in Farnborough, where the intentions will be prayed for. They will be burnt on Don Bosco Day 2014.

Des O'Riordan, Rector of the Farnborough Community with Gerry Kehoe, Operations Director of the pilgrimage and Fr Martin Coyle, Provincial of the Salesians in the UK.

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