St. John Bosco - Lectern Frontal LF872
Artwork by the Benedictine Sisters of Turvey Abbey
John Bosco (or Don
Bosco), 1815 - 31st January 1888. Priest and Founder of the Salesian Society
dedicated to St. Francis de Sales.
Don Bosco's vision
was to help the young, the abandoned and the poor in practical ways and help
them to come to know Jesus spiritually, he opened an Oratory school for
impoverished boys in Turin which began the work of the Salesian Society.
Don Bosco worked with St.
Mary Mazzarello to found the Salesian sisters (Daughters of Mary, Help of
Christians). Today there are thousands of religious sisters and Salesian
brothers and priests working throughout the world continuing the vision of
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