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Saint John Bosco, pray for us!

  St John Bosco or ‘Don Bosco’ (1815-1888), whose feast day is today, was an Italian Catholic priest who worked in Turin. He worked with street children and juvenile delinquents, and – in contrast to the harshness with which ‘undesirables’ … Continue reading

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St John Bosco in Liverpool

St John Bosco’s relics were in Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral today where the faithful were able to venerate, pray and learn about the saint. This was part of a world tour, organised by the Salesians, which marks the bicentenary of Don … Continue reading

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What to do in Winter in Jerusalem? The Jerusalem Post suggests “Hear a Christmas Mass”

The Jerusalem Post has an article titled “Winter Wonderland: Top 10 things to do in J’lem”, which notes: The rain is just arriving and temperatures are inching down. Now’s the time for some unique winter activities to enjoy in Jerusalem. … Continue reading

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