African reps for South Asia Congress

Br Samuel Job and his ART 43 film unit

Br Samuel Job and his ART 43 film unit

GUWAHATI, (C.M. Paul) — Salesian Brothers of South Asia will meet in Guwahati, Assam at Don Bosco Institute Kharguli, on the banks of mighty Brahmaputra river, 30 December to 3 January 2014. The congress theme for study and reflection is: “Be Holy.”

A special FaceBook page has been designed to bring highlights to the run up of the Congress… give delegates a ring side view of the happenings and excitements…

Please visit the Congress page at this link and click “LIKE” on right side of the page…

You could also upload your photo and write WITH PRAYERS AND WISHES etc…

African Delegates to the South Asia Congress at Guwahati are: Bro Samuel Olu Job from Ghana AFW Provincial Councilor in charge of Social Communication. He was the youngest member of GC26 (2008) held in Rome. He is currently Director of Media Centre ‘ART 43’ in Ghana.  After the Congress to be held at DBI Guwahati (30 Dec to 3rd Jan) Br Sam will visit Assam Don Bosco University.

Other special delegates from the Salesian Africa-Madagascar region participating at the South Asia Salesian Brothers Congress are:1) Fr Silvio Roggia (Ghana) Vice Provincial of AFW province. 2) Bro. John Njuguna (Uganda, AGL), and 3) Br. Mulugete Woledemeskel (Ethiopia).



Filed under Don Bosco, Don Bosco Communications, Don Bosco University, Salesian Brothers Congress

2 responses to “African reps for South Asia Congress

  1. Fr.Tomy Kuruvilla

    I ONLY HOPE THE SALESIAN BROTHERS WILL COME TO A GREATER REALIZATION, NOW MORE THAN EVER THE VISIONARY WORDS OF DON BOSCO “That they can do what priests cannot do these days “. I think the present day situation calls for greater and more active role of the Salesian Brothers in the Congregation / Church.Indeed Don Bosco was a visionary more than 100 years ahead of his time.

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