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3/10/2012- Malta – PE: summer volunteer experiences
(ANS – Senglea) – The Salesian Pastoral Youth Service of Malta has always engaged in offering to the young people voluntary activities and animation, to provide a comfortable environment for small children and opportunities to grow up and take responsibility for children. Roberta Mifsud, a young entertainer, gives an account of the experience last summer at the “YES” camp (Youths Engage in Senglea).
3/10/2012- Malta – PE: BOSCOcrew, or creating an educational space
(ANS – Sliema) – BOSCOcrew is a production house belonging to the Salesians of Don Bosco in Malta. The aim of BOSCOcrew is to promote a holistic education and evangelisation through media. This non-formal approach, inspired and motivated by the Oratorian criterion of St. John Bosco, provides a space whereby young people can invest in their knowledge, in their creativity and in their skills in a different way.
3/10/2012- Malta – PE: God in the life of the young
Fr Joe Cini, a Maltese Salesian helps us to understand the situation of young people on the Mediterranean islands with regard to religion: part research and part experience.
19/9/2012- RMG – Interview with the new missionaries: Fr Nawrat for the Project for Europe
(ANS – Rome) – Among the 45 missionaries attending the course there are some who will be taking part in the Project for Europe. One of them is Fr Lukasz Nawrat, originally from the Polish Province of Krakow, who after receiving the missionary mandate will leave again for Ireland where he already spent two years of practical training.
3/9/2012- Poland – PE: the “Grace Cure” to help youngsters’ recovery
(ANS – Wrocław) – In the early ’70s a group of hippy students turned up at a Salesian house in Wrocław. These young people were unhappy with what society traditionally had to offer and were more attracted by the alternatives which in those years were associated with the “beat generation”. Fr Andrzej Szpak SDB dedicated and continues to dedicate his life to them.
3/9/2012- RMG – PE: the complex situation in Poland
(ANS – Roma) – In this month of September our look at the situation in which young people in Europe are living –and in which consequently Salesians engaged in the Project for Europe are working - focuses on Poland: a country which reflects the opportunities and the contradictions of the whole continent.
3/9/2012- Poland – PE: A look at how things are from the point of view of the contrasts that have arisen in recent decades.
Fr Tomasz Kijowski, Youth Ministry Delegate for Krakow Province, outlines the situation in Poland, noting some of the contrasts that have helped shape Polish geography and which deeply influence its history, culture, challenges and spirituality.
7/8/2012- RMG – Salesian presence among Muslims: the situation in Kosovo
(ANS – Rome) – Fr Matteo di Fiore, an Italian Salesian, class of 1950, is currently Rector of the Salesian community in Kosovo, which has a house in Priština and another set up recently in Gjilan. During the ‘Study Days on Salesian Presence among Muslims’ we asked him a few questions.
1/8/2012- Slovenia – PE: the youth situation in a country profoundly changed
In the last twenty years Slovenian society has gone through vast changes which have deeply affected it.
1/8/2012- Slovenia – Project Europe: The PUM programme for unemployed young people
(ANS – Celje) – Among the various activities carried on by the Salesians in Celje there is a rehabilitation program for young people between the ages of 15 and 26 who have no work. The acronym PUM stands for ‘project based education for young people’. It is financed by the Minister of Education and the European Social Fund.
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