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Pasquale Marsch

In response to: Synode sur l'Afrique, Quel espoir pour la région des Grands Lacs?

Pasquale Marsch [Visitor]

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Joćo Batista

In response to: Easter journey (6) Thanks for 25 years

João Batista [Visitor]

25 years is not long time and not short time. But those are thanks for giving.

 Permalink 28.05.11 @ 23:45
Arnold Pattyona, SDB

In response to: Easter journey (6) Thanks for 25 years

Arnold Pattyona, SDB [Visitor]

CONGRATULATION DEAR FR. you are like the good Shepherd. thanks for being part of my life as Salesian. pray for you in this beautiful moment of 25 years of being a true and authentic salesian by heart, love and your very own life. God bless fr.

 Permalink 26.05.11 @ 04:25

In response to: Easter journey (6) Thanks for 25 years

minamsdb [Member]

I am so happy for you!
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Erma Rosano

In response to: Martyrdom, truth and dignity

Erma Rosano [Visitor]

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Instructions to Build a Windmill

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Instructions to Build a Windmill [Visitor]

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In response to: Speaking from the heart

vklement [Member]

dear brother Castillino,thanks for your heart-sharing.
wish that many of us will take it … from south africa, fr. vaclav

 Permalink 27.04.11 @ 17:28
Ela Jakubek

In response to: Enthusiasm is contagious!

Ela Jakubek [Visitor]

and most important: it’s all about the JOURNEY with the Youth and bringing them closer to the Lord! There’s a wonderful prize waiting at the end! I and I feel I had a glimpse at it already!

 Permalink 14.04.11 @ 22:27
James Trewby

In response to: Enthusiasm is contagious!

James Trewby [Visitor]

The enthusiasm was contagious both ways - thank you to Fr Vaclav and the community for everything!

 Permalink 14.04.11 @ 18:49

In response to: Synode sur l'Afrique, Quel espoir pour la région des Grands Lacs?

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Mirian Oplinger [Visitor]

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In response to: La paroisse face au projet de developpement

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In response to: Urgence éducative!

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In response to: Never give up!

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 Permalink 26.10.10 @ 23:21

In response to: Never give up!

Legalsounds [Visitor]

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 Permalink 26.10.10 @ 21:39
Nikon Coolpix

In response to: Never give up!

Nikon Coolpix [Visitor]

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 Permalink 17.10.10 @ 21:55
Bobbie Mizia

In response to: Vocation and Vocation Promotion

Bobbie Mizia [Visitor]

Thank you for this. How about a good joke? Susie’s husband had been slipping in and out of a coma for several months. Things looked grim, but she was by his bedside every single day. One day as he slipped back into consciousness, he motioned for her to come close to him. She pulled the chair close to the bed and leaned her ear close to be able to hear him."You know” he whispered, his eyes filling with tears, “you have been with me through all the bad times. When I got fired, you stuck right beside me. When my business went under, there you were. When we lost the house, you were there. When I got shot, you stuck with me. When my health started failing, you were still by my side. “And you know what?""What, dear?” she asked gently, smiling to herself."I think you’re bad luck.”

 Permalink 17.10.10 @ 16:48

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Gaston De Neve

In response to: Translation a divine act

Gaston De Neve [Visitor]

I am very, very pleased with this text. After more than 40 years of missionary work in the RDC (the former Belgian Congo) I had to stay in Belgium because of kidney trouble. So I started working on the computer at the age of 74. I have now been translating for the province (BEN) for nearly ten years. I have never considered it as a diviine act but as a most humble missionary work.
Thank you for such a magnificent appreciation.
Father Gaston De Neve SDB

 Permalink 07.10.10 @ 21:19
replica hermes

In response to: Prayer intention for Brothers

replica hermes [Visitor]

GLT10a09river28The pic is the work of Bro Jomar Castillo sdb, (FIN).

 Permalink 28.09.10 @ 09:13

In response to: Prayer intention for Brothers

vklement [Member]

thanks a lot.
i pray that each province of asia and africa may take seriously the long term drive for the salesian brothers vocation.
fr. Vaclav Klement
councilor for the missions

NB: Thanks to God, in 2010 - September, in this 141st missionary expedition there are 5 brothers!

 Permalink 21.09.10 @ 22:05

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moonlight [Visitor]

At an Apple store today I observed a young boy about the age of 3 playing at a large monitor on a low table, obviously set up for children’s play while parents were occupied. He was totally engaged. A few minutes later, to my surprise, there were not just one but two young boys playing - the other at his own monitor, same age, same clothes - identical twins. I could pick the father out in the store because of the disproportionately small backpack hanging from his shoulders. He would check in a few moments and then be off, leaving his digital babies to play.

 Permalink 21.09.10 @ 07:27

In response to: Que ferait Don Rua, successeur de Don Bosco, pour les jeunes qui ont connu la guerre?

HATEGEKIMANA Vincent (ADB) [Visitor]

mes frere

 Permalink 17.09.10 @ 18:07

In response to: Amsterdam - Who will continue?

vcastilino [Member]

Hi Fr Klement,
Thanks for the news and sharing about Fr Harrie…
Glad to hear of the passion of young people who have been touched by Fr Harrie’s zealous work and apostolate.

Congrats too on the jubilee of your Profession!! God bless you!
Castilino (INH)

 Permalink 17.09.10 @ 05:11
Fr. Peter Francis X sdb (INM)

In response to: Mother Teresa 100 - missionary

Fr. Peter Francis X sdb (INM) [Visitor]

Dear Rev. Fr. Klement Vaclav SDB.,
I Thank You! & Appreciate You, for the Wonderful Expression about the Missionary Zeal portrayed in this blog through the words of Mother Theresa: it’s inspiring! I do find in you, a person dedicated in spreading the same fragrance of Salesian Missionary spirit around the continents, as the Councillor for the Missions.
Thanks for your Indian visit. I came to Tirupattur to listen to you and enjoyed your sharing! You had come for Breakfast to Don Bosco, Gandhinagar-Vellore before leaving to Tirupattur where I met you. Hope you remember us all!
It’s true that one need to be attached to Christ before being a Missionary… We are called to ‘Be with Him & then go out To Proclaim!’ As even the STRENNA-2010 calls us to be ‘His disciples staying close to Him before becoming His Apostles…’
As you do now on the net, apart from your journeys meeting people, one can be a missionary where ever one resides! But if still when need arise & calls for a shift, one need to place oneself in which ever place one is called to go forth for the sake of the Gospel & God’s Glory…
Moreover, the Call to be a Missionary in this Millennium urges us to use the Modern Technologies of Communication wisely reaching out to many, as even Our Holy Father & Our Rector Major exhort us, the Church & the Congregation to use Modern Media to Proclaim the Gospel! Let us show the world especially, the Young who get immersed in the internet, ‘…Where the Rabbi, Jesus Lives!’- STRENNA-2011. Let our Young people meet Him even on the net!
Pray for me, dear Father Klement, as I too am deeply interested in being a true Salesian Missionary!
More to share…Meet you soon, on the SDBblog!

 Permalink 15.09.10 @ 19:20
Abraham M. Antony

In response to: Faith tested in suffering and failure

Abraham M. Antony [Visitor]

Another fine reflection. Thanks, Honeyman!

 Permalink 01.09.10 @ 08:12

In response to: AGL, quid!

HATEGEKIMANA Vincent (ADB) [Visitor]

mon cher il ne faut pas oublier qu’il y a aussi la malnutrition dans ces trois pays.

La prévalence de la malnutrition dans les
populations rurales et urbaines varie
considérablement d’une tranche d’âge à l’autre. Les enfants vivant dans une zone urbaine
montrent une augmentation dramatique du taux d’émaciation après leur première année quand
le pourcentage d’enfants émaciés augmente de 2.5% pour les enfants de la tranche 6-11 mois à
12.9% pour enfants de la tranche 18-23 mois. Contrairement aux enfants des régions rurales -
pour lesquels le taux d’émaciation est très bas dans leur 4ème et 5ème années (moins de 2%) -
environ 5% des enfants de quatre ans et 3% des enfants de cinq ans vivant dans les zones
urbaines sont émaciés.

 Permalink 30.08.10 @ 19:45
Elkana Kururia

In response to: A home for all people

Elkana Kururia [Visitor]

It is a challenge of our christian catholic faith; that the church may be a warm home for all.

 Permalink 26.08.10 @ 22:41
Jean Bosco

In response to: La Vierge de Kibeho, tam-tam de Dieu

Jean Bosco [Visitor]

molto bene fatto….
mi piace questo articolo….

 Permalink 21.08.10 @ 16:22
Fr. Richard

In response to: Saint Francis Xavier - INDIA

Fr. Richard [Visitor]

Dear Fr. Klement V. thank you for your visit to our pre-novitiate at Pinguli(Goa). Your visit to our community has energized our prenovices to rededicate their life and prepare to be missionary….. Praying for you… Best wishes and regards from all the confreres and the young pre-novices…..keep us in your prayers too.

 Permalink 18.08.10 @ 19:56

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Jose [Visitor]

thanks for this nice reminder. It is encouraging.
PJ sdb

 Permalink 16.08.10 @ 16:03
Blogging to the Bank 2010


We were quite pleased with what we found and as a result of our review, we actually put some of their suggestions into practice ourselves.

 Permalink 02.08.10 @ 16:01
carlos estrada


carlos estrada [Visitor]

puede don bosco interceder por nosotros y por que?

 Permalink 21.07.10 @ 07:17
Elnora Moore

In response to: Women and Jesus

Elnora Moore [Visitor]

I agree with you. I think that there are more faithful christian women even today than men.

 Permalink 20.07.10 @ 17:47
Blogging To The Bank

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Thanks for posting this info. I just want to let you know that I just check out your site and I find it very interesting and informative. I can¡¯t wait to read lots of your posts.

 Permalink 14.07.10 @ 03:34
Wanjala Moses

In response to: LECTIO - ascoltare per raccontare

Wanjala Moses [Visitor]

Am a great supporter of Cagliero 11 because it keeps us updated and it keeps the Salesian Universal Mission of Don Bosco Alive. Let us keep moving ahead reaching out to many as far as the Holy Spirit guides us. Congratulations to those who offer themselves for the young in any way. God Bless us.

Dn. Wanjala Moses sdb.

 Permalink 12.07.10 @ 00:07
rogelio arenal

In response to: Anno sacerdotale - anno dei coadiutori

rogelio arenal [Visitor]

Querido Klement: creo que no es ninguna tonteria, que ‘internamente’ en la Congregación hagamos algo parecido a’un año de los coadjutores’, que es lo mismo que decir ‘un año de la vocación salesiana al 50%’.
En nuestro aspirantado no hay coadjutores. En el noviciado no hay coadjutores. Hablo de Mozambique. ?Cómo es posible que así salgan coadjutores si no los ven en las etapas iniciales de la vocación? Son fundamentales.

 Permalink 27.06.10 @ 19:51
Eligio R. Santos SDB

In response to: From Fr Andy

Eligio R. Santos SDB [Visitor]

Yes Fr. Andy, that is the important message and experience that we have to share with the young and treasure at all times: the Love of God for each one of us, beyond our goodness, beyond our weaknesses and sins, beyond whatever we can imagine and think of. It is really looking beyond any type of love. God bless us all.

 Permalink 26.06.10 @ 00:09
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