Salesian Bulletin

The Salesian Bulletin
TypeMonthly bulletin
FormatDifferent formats for every edition
Owner(s)The Salesian Congregation
PublisherSalesian provinces
EditorSalesian Family
Founded1877
Language29 languages
HeadquartersIn 135 countries

The Salesian Bulletin is an official publication[1] of the Salesians that was founded in August 1877 by Don Bosco. It has been published without interruption since then. The proliferation of the educational works of Don Bosco all over the world, is the first responsible of the survival of the Salesian Bulletin. As for 2010, the Bulletin was published in 56 different editions and 29 languages for 135 countries.[2]

Purpose

The purpose of the Salesian Bulletin was established by Don Bosco. It is linked initially with the foundation of the Association of Salesian Cooperators and the first Salesian missionaries in the Americas. Don Bosco intended that the Bulletin, as the official publication of the Salesian Congregation, will link Salesians and cooperators.[1]

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