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The Salesians of St. John Bosco - Our Lady of Fatima (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Oct 17,  · Finally, on June 5, , John Bosco became Fr. John Bosco, or “Don Bosco”, as we often hear him called. He continued his studies after ordination at the Convitto, a special pastoral school for priests run with the help of St. Joseph Cafasso, his spiritual director.
  2. St. John was born August 16, , at Becchi, Italy. His life work was that of taking care of young boys and girls. For this purpose, he founded the Congregation of the Salesian Fathers in and the Daughters of our Lady Help of Christians in Such was his zeal for the welfare of.
  3. The Salesians were named after St. Frances de Sales, Doctor of the Church, who was known for his kindness and simple spirituality. Don Bosco (Don means Father in Italian) chose Our Lady, Help of Christians, as the patroness of the Society. St. John Bosco dedicated his life to educating poor boys and built homes and schools for them.
  4. The Children of Fatima and Our Lady's Message to the World by Mary Fabyan Windeatt is told in an appealing way so the young can understand the seriousness and beauty of Our Lady's message.. Our Lady Came to Fatima by Ruth Fox Hume will enthrall young readers with the story of the Fatima village, its people, and the three little ones who insisted that Our Lady had indeed come.
  5. Please watch our Sunday Masses on our FACEBOOK page. October 13, marked the 35 th anniversary of the Apparition of Our Lady to the children of Fatima, Portugal. Noting this date, His Excellency, John F. O’Hara, Archbishop of Philadelphia, selected Our Lady of Fatima as the title of the first parish he was to establish in the Archdiocese.
  6. Sep 26,  · St. John Bosco was born on August 16, , in the small Italian hamlet of Castelnuovo d’Asti, in northern Italy. John had two older brothers, Anthony, who was an older boy from the first marriage of John’s father, Francis. When Francis remarried, he and his new wife Margaret had two sons, Joseph, and later little John.
  7. The Salesians of Don Bosco (SDB), officially known as the Society of Saint Francis de Sales (Latin: Societas Sancti Francisci Salesii), is a religious congregation of the Catholic Church, founded in the late 19th century by Italian priest Saint John Bosco to help poor children during the Industrial Revolution and named after Saint Francis de Sales, a 17th-century bishop of monmorekyfarebocatecocawoods.xyzinfor: St. John Bosco.
  8. It is possible that the vision predicted the attack on Pope John Paul II’s life. The Pope has always credited the Virgin for his survival. Or it may be a portrayal of the Church’s continued struggle against secularism and anti-Christian movements and a continuing call to prayer, sacrifice and devotion to Our Lady of Fatima.

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