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Newsletter no. 84 February 2017
At a glance
Spain – “My wish is that EDEBÉ continue to touch the hearts of children and youth”: on the celebration of the XXV Edition of EDEBÉ Award
Barcelona) – On January 26th, the 25 years of existence of the EDEBÉ Award for Children and Young Adults’ Literature were achieved. Since January 1993 numerous works have been read and given awards, many novice authors have been discovered and a good many youth have been initiated to the pleasure of reading. To celebrate this great event, yesterday in Barcelona there were the Rector Major of the Salesians, Fr. Ángel Fernández Artime, Fr. Filiberto González, General Councillor for Social Communication, Fr. Stefano Martoglio, Councillor for the Mediterranean Region, and several important Spanish authorities.
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Letter from Fr Filiberto
Dear Confreres and friends,
Bolivia - Radio "Sariri": 25 years - a voice that will not be turned off
Escoma) - The Province of Bolivia has long been one of the more active in the world of radio. There was no other choice but to send a message of hope, a gospel message to remote areas through to the airwaves. Transmissions began on 2 February 1992 at Escoma.
RMG – “We are one large Family”: New Salesian Map 2017
Rome) – In many Salesian communities, schools and parishes the youth and Lay Mission Partners cant understand that they are truly part of one “World - wide community” (SDB Constitutions art. 59). One of the most visible signs of this global Salesian communion is a simple world map with all Salesian provinces around the 132 countries. After two years there is again the chance to print out an updated version, with the more recent statistics of each Salesian Province and Delegations.
VATICAN - Presentation of the film "The 26 martyrs of Japan"
Vatican City) - Not only "Silence". After the launch of the most recent film by Martin Scorsese, the Vatican decided to tell again the story of the evangelization and martyrdom of the first missionaries in Japan. The opportunity will arise on 6 February next, the liturgical memorial of the Japanese martyrs, with the showing of the film "The 26 Martyrs of Japan," recently discovered in the audio-visual archives of the Salesian Congregation.
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