Each of us is the brick that constitutes the walls or the world of a "good citizen". Let us be motivated, evaluate our daily life, and do it in prayer, which is made to God. “Mba ho vanona” program with General Désiré Philippe Ramakavelo.

In order to harmonize family life, words of encouragement between spouses and children are necessary. The evaluation of the day is important in life and will be included in the prayers to be made. Life is harmonious when family members face God together. Program "Mba ho vanona" with General Désiré Philippe Ramakavelo.

Many topics were discussed during the 2020-2021 fiscal year. It will be summed up as follows: the impact of relationships, emotional interactions, on others and on oneself. Love, truth and trust are the nourishment of the heart, and without them, leads to depression. These are examples, but there are many ways to develop love and resolve marital and family issues. Good luck, “MBA HO VANONA” everyone.

The age gap between spouses should not be an obstacle. (09-06-2021)

The fourth bishop of Tsiroanomandidy

Pope Francis has appointed Bishop Gabriel Randrianantenaina bishop of the diocese of Tsiroanomadidy in the region of Bongolava. Four years ago, Mgr Gustavo Bombin Espino, former bishop of this diocese, was appointed bishop of Maintirano so the diocese in question did not have a bishop. The episcopal ordination took place on Sunday July 11, 2021 at the Public High School of the city Tsiroanomandidy.

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What kind of Salesians?

From February 16 to April 04 2020, The Salesian Congregation will hold the 28th General Chapter (GC 28) in Turin-Valdocco. This chapter presents 2 messages: the return to Valdocco, the Motherhouse of Salesian, after 62 years, the last was the CG18 and the general chapter which takes its title from a question: "What kind of Salesians for the youth of today?"

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Animated by hope

On December 29th, the official commentary of the Rector Major, Fr. Ángel Fernández Artime, on the Strenna 2021 "Moved by hope: 'Behold, I make all things new' (Rev 21, 5) was published in five languages: Italian, English, Spanish, Portuguese and French.

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