The 2019 edition of the Cagliero Project's Immersion Trip was another massive success!

In the evening of Saturday 29th June, a group of young people met up with leaders Lauren Hichaaba and Romina Martiniello at Melbourne Airport, ready to begin their immersion trip to the ‘Kingdom of Wonder’ - Cambodia.



The start of school holidays always marks a peak in activity at the Don Bosco Youth Centre in Brunswick!

As Victorian students enter their hard-earned two weeks of school holidays, they will no doubt have little other than rest, relaxation and recreation on their minds. For Br David O’Brien, Fr Peter Kerin and the staff of the Brunswick Youth Centre, the next two weeks will be anything but!



Holiness is Happiness!!!

By now, OzBosco has well and truly established itself as the premier youth event on the Salesian calendar in Australia, and for very good reason. The latest rendition, held from 3 to 5 May at the Don Bosco Camp and Centre in Safety Beach was another roaring success; a weekend full of friends, fun and formation for more than 120 young people gathered there from all around Australia.



From Melbourne to Panama via LA and Costa Rica - this truly was a pilgramage for the ages!

A 16 hour plane ride that leaves at 7:40am but then also lands at 6:10am on the same day albeit in a foreign land is enough to take the wind out of anyone’s sails. However, for our group of 22 pilgrims, fearlessly led by Romina Martiniello and Lauren Hichaaba on our way to Panama for World Youth Day, this simply wasn’t an option! As the group filed into the St Joseph Salesian Retreat Centre in Los Angeles, USA, the scent of a freshly cooked breakfast feast filled their nostrils – and the whirlwind adventures began for real!