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At the age of nine little John Bosco was given a mission in a vision.Read More
Mary Mazzarello was born on May 9, 1837 in a little white cottage in Mornese, Italy.Read More
The Superior General of the FMA, Sr. Chiara Cazzuola, along with Sr. Runita Galve Borja, Councillor for Youth Ministry, and Sr. Nilza Fatima de Moraes, Councillor for Formation, arrived at Lokapriya GRead More
STRENNA 2024 “The dream that makes you dream” A heart that transforms “wolves” into “lambs” During my service as Rector Major I have been able to see that the Strenna is one of the most beautiful gifts that Don Bosco and his successors offer the entire Salesian Family every year. It helps us on our journey together and spreads out to reach the most faraway places, while at the same time leaving the freedom to individual ones to accept, integrate and value what is proposed for the journey of all the individual educative and pastRead More
Mother Chiara Cazzuola She is the 10th Successor of Mary Domenica Mazzarello. Born in Campiglia Marittima – Livorno (Italy) in 1955. Belonging to the Tuscan Holy Spirit Province, she experiences her first formative stages in Castelgandolfo (Rome) where, on 5 August 1975, she makes her First Religious Profession vows in the FMA Institute. Degreed in Literature, she is a teacher for several years and subsequently, Principal of the First and Second Degree SecondaryRead More
Through a gift of the Holy Spirit and the direct intervention of Mary, St. John Bosco founded our Institute on August 5, 1872 as a response of salvation to the profound hopes of young girls.
He endowed it with a spiritual heritage that had its inspiration in the charity of Christ the Good Shepherd, and the maternal solicitude of Mary gave witness to a “LOVE THAT ENCOUNTERS CHRIST IN THE YOUNG”and imparted to it a strong missionary impulse.
1877 saw the first expansion of the Sisters work outside Europe and India welcomed the first Sisters in 1922.
14,116 Daughters of Mary Help of Christians or as more popularly known, Salesian Sisters of Don Bosco’s continue to be the perpetual and living monument of Don Bosco’s gratitude to the Mother of God, the Help of Christians, to whom we own all that we have and are. She is the Mother, Teacher and Guide, always and forever the same..
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Our mission is derived from the salvific initiative of the Father who has called us through the Church as an apostolic Salesian community
In all our houses in the mission stations we have sisters who are dedicatedRead More
We are part of the Parish and in each house there is a sister who is in chargeRead More