MISSION

Don Bosco's approach to missionary work involved reaching out to the most vulnerable communities, both locally and internationally. He founded the Salesian Society, which comprised missionaries dedicated to serving youth in various parts of the world. They established schools, youth centers, and missions in places where young people lacked access to education and spiritual guidance. He believed that by integrating faith with education and practical skills, he could empower youth to become responsible citizens and faithful Christians.

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