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Saint John Bosco, popularly known as Don Bosco (Italian expression for ‘Father Bosco’) was born at Becchi, in Piedmont, Italy on August 16, 1815 From a very young age, he had decided that he had been called to work for the poor boys of that era when Europe was under the grip of the Industrial Revolution, and many young people who came to the cities to study or in search of work fell an easy prey to the many social evils of the time… Read more…
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Saint John Bosco, popularly known as Don Bosco (Italian expression for ‘Father Bosco’) was born at Becchi, in Piedmont, Italy on August 16, 1815. From a very young age, he had decided that he had been called to work for the poor boys of that era when Europe was under the grip of the Industrial Revolution, and many young people who came to the cities to study or in search of work fell an easy prey to the many social evils of the time.
After being ordained a priest of the Catholic Church in 1841, Don Bosco came to the rescue of these poor boys with his novel method of educating youth through total dedication and personal involvement in their lives and problems. To continue his mission of serving the young, in 1859, he founded a Roman Catholic Religious Congregation of Priests and Brothers called the Salesians of Don Bosco (SDB), with its headquarters in Italy. Currently serving in 136 countries across the globe, Don Bosco Fathers and Brothers are at the service of young people, shaping their career and accompanying them as friends for a meaningful and fulfilling life.
Don Bosco visualized education as a matter of the heart rooted on the principles of loving kindness and selfless service. He created a unique system of education that moulds the whole person – body, heart, mind and spirit. He strongly believed that the hearts of young people can easily be won through love, patience and empathy and not with intimidation and punishment. Don Bosco’s paradigm of education, globally recognized as ‘Preventive System’, is embedded on 3 Rs, namely, REASON (Intellectual Growth– IQ), RELATIONSHIP (Emotional Growth – EQ) and RELIGION (Spiritual Growth – SQ).
The Unique Selling Proposition (USP) of Don Bosco institutions is the family ambience, a home-away-from-home setting. Don Bosco used to say, “It is not enough to love the young. They must know that they are loved.”