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Shillong gets ready for Salesian Missionary Course 2014
By BIS
Shillong, May. 18. Sacred Heart Theological College, Shillong will organize from 5th to 24th August the Second Missionary Course for the Salesian Family in Asia in collaboration with the Department of Salesian Missions of the Generalate in Rome.
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The first such course conducted last year was well appreciated by the participants. The course is open to all members of the Salesian Family, and will be in English, in contrast to a similar Course conducted in Rome for the Salesian Family in Italian.

The participants will be accommodated in Mathias Institute (men) and in Alphonsa Hostel (women). The Program, scheduled to begin on 5th August and conclude on 24th August, will be followed by a one-week pilgrimage to Holy Land. Fr. Guillermo Basanes, the new General Councillor of the Salesians for the Missions, will inaugurate the Course this year.
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