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Salesian Evangelization: At the Threshold of the Bicentennial of Don Bosco’s Birth (Part 1)

Salesian Evangelization: At the Threshold of the Bicentennial of Don Bosco's Birth (Part 1) – by John Roche, SDB

by John Roche, SDB   Abstract: In his Apostolic letter Evangelii Gaudium, Pope Francis boldly proclaimed, “The Church will have to initiate everyone—priests, religious, and laity—into this art of accompaniment which teaches us to remove our sandals before the sacred ground of the other” (169). In a world bombarded with new technologies, and undergoing myriad […]

Salesians Beyond 2000

Salesians Beyond 2000

by Francis J. Moloney, SDB   Subjects: God Community Young People Making Sense of Our Nonsense A Vocation to Follow Jesus The Cost of Discipleship The Mission of the Disciple The Disciple as the Revelation of the Power of God Conclusion

Contemporary Spirituality of the Salesian Family

Contemporary Spirituality of the Salesian Family

by Francis Desramaut, SDB     Subjects: Introduction: Don Bosco’s “Simple” Spirituality and the Spirituality of the Salesian Family Starting Points What Is Spirituality? Spirituality and Spirit Religious Spirituality – Subjective and Objective Spirituality in a Christian Context Salesian Spirituality – Initial General Description Salesian Spirituality – A Fluid Reality Evolving Character of the Spirituality […]

Toward a Theology of the Body: An Analysis of the Letters of Maria Domenica Mazzarello

Towards a Theology of the Body: An Analysis of the Letters of Maria Domenica Mazzarello

by Edna MacDonald, FMA Subjects: Introduction Embodiment and Christian Spirituality Nineteenth-Century Italian Catholic Ascetical Practice: The Century of Asceticism Nineteenth-Century Italian Asceticism and Its Impact on Women A Theology of the Body: An Analysis of the Autobiographical Works of Maria Domenica Mazzarello Care for the Body, Not Distrust of the Body The Body Viewed Within […]