Religious Asia

Salesians open new Youth Centre in Dhaka

Salesians open new Youth Centre in Dhaka

The Don Bosco Youth Centre intends to impart education and professional training to young Bangladeshis through its various programmes.

JCAP Education Colloquium focus on best ecological practices

JCAP Education Colloquium focus on best ecological practices

Father B.Juliawan from Indonesia highlighted the role of Jesuit schools in teaching justice to today’s generation, pointing that progress is one of the driving forces of the destruction of our planet.

Asia Pacific Jesuit formators meet

Asia Pacific Jesuit formators meet

The meet discussed recent document from Rome on Scholastics' formation.

Salesians open new child rescue booth at Bangalore railway station

Salesians open new child rescue booth at Bangalore railway station

BOSCO has been rescuing and rehabilitating street and runaway children since 1980 and has led to the rescue and rehabilitation of more than two lakh children and youths.

Myanmar's Jesuit school awards first diplomas in education

Myanmar's Jesuit school awards first diplomas in education

As Myanmar was changing, Jesuits decided about four years ago to start teaching more than communicative English.

Indian Jesuits open their first university

Indian Jesuits open their first university

The move for the university began four years ago and it costs some 400 million rupees (some US$7 million).

Special school restoring dignity, social role for the disabled

Special school restoring dignity, social role for the disabled

Children with special needs receive psychophysical support for education at Snehadeepthi.

Community mourns nun who died in Malaysian flight disaster

Community mourns nun who died in Malaysian flight disaster

Kincoppal–Rose Bay School of Sacred Heart, with which the 77-year-old nun was associated for more than 30 years, in a statement said her death was "devastating."

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