The Association of Mary Help of Christians (ADMA) offers a journey to holiness and apostolate according to the Salesian charism. Don Bosco founded the Association April 18, 1869 at the Shrine of Mary Help of Valdocco (Torino), with the aim to promote and defend the faith of the common people.
The ADMA promotes, as in the dream of Don Bosco of the two columns, the cult of the Eucharist and the devotion to Mary Help of Christians, in all forms, public and private approved by the Church, paying particular attention to families and young people.The Association of Mary Help of Christians is a group of the Salesian family and is widespread throughout the world, particularly in the places where there is the presence of the Salesians and the Daughters of Mary Help of Christians. The Association works in communion and fidelity with the pastors of the Church and in cooperation with other church groups, especially those of the Salesian Family.
VI International Congress of Mary Help of Christians - Program