Why support the Saint John Bosco Relic Pilgrimage Commemorative Book?

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Saint John Bosco relic arrives in Cebu

A PRworks team lead by Bino Guerrero assisted photo-journalist Sammy Yncierto of Cebu Daily News and Angeli of the blog “Adventurouslei” in covering the arrival of […]

Contribute Pilgrimage Photos to Commemorative Book (How to join …)

DEVOTEES of Saint John Bosco and the general public will have the chance of becoming part of a planned commemorative book on the pilgrimage of his relic in Negros and Cebu starting December 5 to 23, 2010 by taking relevant pictures on the visit and posting it on a Facebook page. The relic is scheduled to arrive at the Bacolod International Airport on a special flight on December 5 and brought around Negros Island until December 11 before it will sail on a chartered boat to Santander, Cebu early morning on December 12, 2010. After staying in Cebu for a week, it will be flown to Metro Manila for the northern leg of the relic’s Philippine pilgrimage.

Commemorative Book on the Saint John Bosco pilgrimage

The PRworks team has begun conceptualizing the planned commemorative book on the Negros-Cebu leg of the pilgrimage of the relic of Saint John Bosco in the Philippines in coordination with representatives of the Salesians of Don Bosco-Philippine South Province. The relic is scheduled to arrive in Bacolod City on December 5 and in Cebu on December 12, 2010. The book intends to document this once in a lifetime event (the pilgrimage is being carried out in preparation for the 200th birth anniversary of Saint John Bosco on 2015) in a coffee table memento that both refreshes our memories and serves as an instrument for continuing the saint's work. Public participation in the making of this book is encouraged. Sponsorships to make this book a success we consider a privilege to those deserving ...