Friday, October 23rd 2020 was a red letter day in Mary Queen of Ireland School in Caherdavin as the pupils and staff marked the 100th anniversary of the arrival of the Salesian Sisters to Limerick.read more
A Bittersweet day for all the Salesian family, Delighted to be able to celebrate the centenary but so emotional to say farewell to the Sisters in Fernbank Convent.read more
The Novena to St. John Bosco begins on January 22nd and ends on Jan 31st, his Feast Day. We invite you to join us in praying this Novena for all young people.
“These are the three attitudes we find in the Gospel: careful searching, indifference, fear. And we too must choose which of the three to adopt.”read more
In an interview with UN News – recorded days before the end of his tenure as UN Envoy on Youth – Mr. Alhendawi says, “We cannot really achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) or bring peace and prosperity to our world without engaging young people.”read more
The Annual President’s Volunteer Award (PVA) ceremony which took place on Thursday, 22nd September in UL. 270 students were honoured for their voluntary work in the past year, both on and off campus.read more
We, Srs. Brid and Noelle, recently visited Annecy and all the places associated with this very human and gentle patron of the Salesian family. Our visit surpassed our expectations in many ways and has left us with precious and inspirational memories.read more
Last Wednesday, after getting my monthly travel pass and my UN badge, we headed for a packed Palais des Nations where the Human Rights Council of the UN was in assembly. It meets for just 10 weeks in the year, 3 of which are in September.read more
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, have met Pope Francis at the Vatican.
They discussed 'how to use communication technologies to alleviate poverty'read more
On 25th August we celebrate Blessed Maria Troncatti, a Salesian Sister, who trained and worked as a Red Cross nurse in military hospitals in the First World War, and was a missionary in Ecuador for many years.read more
On 5th August 1872, the first fifteen Salesian Sisters were clothed in their religous garments, and eleven of them (including St Mary Mazzarello) made their first professions. Don Bosco and the Bishop of Acqui were present on this joyful occasion at Mornese, Italy.read more