Turin (Italy). The Salesian Family Spirituality Days will be held in Turin, Valdocco, from 16 to 19 January 2020. About 350 participants, belonging to the 31 groups of the Salesian Family will meet in this XXXVIII edition to learn more about the Strenna of the Rector Major of the Salesians of Don Bosco, Don Ángel Fernández Artime, “Thy will be done, on earth as it is in Heaven (Mt 6:10). Good Christians and Honest Citizens,” which will accompany the journey of the year.

The World Councilor for the Salesian Family, Sister Maria Luisa Miranda; the Delegate of the Past Pupils of the Daughters of Mary Help of Christians, Sister Gabriela Patiño; and the Delegate of the Salesian Cooperators, Sister Leslye Sándigo will participate in the Spirituality Days.

The program includes four days of listening, reflection, prayer, sharing in group work, and family gatherings in the style of Don Bosco.

The work will be opened on the afternoon of 16 January by the Superior of the Special Circumscription Piedmont and Valle d’Aosta (ICP), Fr Enrico Stasi with the welcome to the participants; and Fr Eusebio Muñoz, Delegate of the Rector Major for the Salesian Family, who will introduce the Days. Following a time of reflection and prayer animated by the ‘Adonai Group’, there will be the Official Presentation of Strenna 2020 by the Rector Major.

The highlights of the Days – the opening and Presentation of the Strenna, the Conference “Good Christians in the context of the citizen today”, to be held by Msgr. Sebastià Taltavull, Bishop of Mallorca (Spain), Testimonies from the Salesian oratory of Aleppo (Syria) and some Salesian Cooperators and Past Pupils of Don Bosco, the Round Table “Honest citizens with the Salesian spirit today,” and the final meeting with the concluding message of the Rector Major – will be broadcast in live streaming through the Facebook page of the Salesian Info Agency ANS.

Further information is available on the official website of the Days:

Complete Program


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