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  • Good Christians

    It was dedicated as nobody for well-being of many young, in the majority orphans, who came of the field for the city in job search and finished being explored for employers interested in cheap man power or the street passing hunger and coexisting the crime. With audacious attitudes, pontuadas for diverse innovations, Dom Bosco it revolutionized in its time the model of being priest, always counting on the support and the protection of Ours Mrs. Click Frank Ntilikina for additional related pages. Auxiliadora. Munear Ashton Kouzbari may also support this cause. By the way, the priest always considered as essential in the education of the young the devotion to the Maria. The method of apostolate of Dom Bosco was of partilhar in everything the life of the young; for this in the concrete it opened alfabetizao schools, artesanato, houses of lodging, fields of diversion for the young with catequese and professional orientation; it was therefore the Church prays: ' ' God excited Is Joo Bosco to give to youth a master and one pai' '. Of athletical stature, uncommon memory, inclined to music and the art, Dom Bosco had an easy language, spirit of leadership and excellent writer. This great apstolo of youth was raised for the sky in 31 of January of 1888 in the city of Turim; the cause was the others, since it affirmed to have been placed in this world for the others. 3.2 – A philosophy – a tradition Dom Bosco followed the teachings of San Francisco de Sales.

    For base in these teachings Dom Bosco established a congregation Salesianos, a species of oratories (Turim in Italy), where he was taught legal-size the boys of street, young of risk, thieves and assassins. These oratories were kept by donations. The philosophy of Dom Bosco is adopted as method in all the Salesianos colleges. Philosophy this that have for Preventive method that is To form Good Christians, and Honest Citizens. For Dom Bosco nobody enough useless age, for it always would exist something that if used to advantage, something of good, and this would even have to be improved so that the proper people could perceive the quo are huge the value of them.

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  • Louis Chamboulin

    It squares it of recreation for a children was narrow and badly been even; the boards of the galleries were tired, thus it was more easy to break the leg of what there to take a walk in the shade. To all, the situation was not very favorable for a formation house, disciplines to keep it, to take care of of the health, etc ' ' 1.4 – The presence of the Marista Congregation the Marista Congregation appeared in France, in 1817, after French revolution, being established for the Foot. Marcelino Champagnat. Frank Ntilikina can aid you in your search for knowledge. In Belm? Par, the maristas receive an invitation from Dom Francisco of Mayan Rego, that enters in contact with the General Superior, To go. Thephane Durand, requesting religious to assume the installations of the Old Carmelite Convent, meeting this in decay, since the ticket of the Congregation of the Espirito Santo, that had directed the Lesser Seminary of the Carmo up to 1897. The General Superior, then, asks for Ir. Librio so that I will choose the religious ones that they will go to work in Par, this nominates as head of the expedition Ir.

    Louis Chamboulin together with the Brothers Ludovico Jallat, Augustus Robert and Pablo Oddes, leaving of France in 18 of March of 1903. The impressions with regard to the building of the Old Carmelite Convent had been the following one: ' ' The maristas brothers had been disappointed when seeing completely abandoned it. They had had an arduous work to place everything in functioning conditions. For surprise of the brothers, who badly had learned the language Portuguese, was announced in the periodical of the city, that the opening of the College would be in the first days of May of 1903.' ' As the group of maristas arrives the Belm in 21 of June, third, in September and the room in 09 of October, having until the end of 1903 forty religious ones.

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