Don Bosco. Expansion of the salesian work in the world & ecclesiological confrontation at home

Don Bosco. Expansion of the salesian work in the world & ecclesiological confrontation at home

di Arthur J. Lenti


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In sintesi

The main part of this Volume 6 (Chs. 1-5) of the series, Don Bosco: History and Spirit, continues the survey of the Society's Institutional Expansion begun in the preceding chapter in its twofold aspect, external and internal. The external expansion is set in a different scenario and context—no longer in Europe but in South America. Chapters 1-4 describe the implantation of the Salesian work in South America, and specifically (after a briefs anthropological and historical introduction by way of establishing a context) they tell the story of the Argentine offer and of Don Bosco's acceptance, out of several option available to him (Ch. 1). It is noted that the original offer was for implanting the Salesian work of behalf on poor children and immigrants in Buenos Aires and La Plata area. Don Bosco, however, out of a new missionary awareness at the same time aimed at committing the Society to missionary apostolate properly so called, among the aboriginal native population, and he eventually obtained Apostolic recognition (Chs. 2-3). Chapter 4 is a collection of appendices relating to the above. Chapter 5 describes a further internal institutional expansion, the ""founding"" (organization) of the Salesian Cooperators and connected structures, namely, the Work of Mary Help of Christians and the Salesian Bulletin.

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