Shrine of Don Bosco's Madonna
Daily Masses in the Shrine :
Daily Masses: 6.45 and 7.30 in the morning and 6.30 in the evening. On Saturday 6.00 6.45 7.30 and 8.15 in the morning and 6.30 in the evening. Sunday 6.00 to 11.00 am every hour and 6.30 in the evening. - Thank you.
Shrine Office Timings
Monday to Friday 9.00 am to 12 noon and 2 pm to 5.30 pm
Saturday 7.00 am to 12 noon and 2pm to 6.45 pm
Sunday 7.00 am to 12 noon and 5.00 pm to 6.45 pm
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The Shrine of Don Bosco's Madonna is pleased to announce our Online Payment Gateway (for Indian Donors only) where all offerings & contributions could be made online.
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Place your petitions / intentions / thanksgivings and the Rector of the Shrine will lift you in prayer.
From the Rector's Desk
Let me begin extending to you our warm wishes and continued blessings of God on you and your dear ones. My sincere thanks to you for your generosity towards the support of our projects for the poor and the marginalized and the Mission of Don Bosco.
MASCHIO MEMORIAL FOUNDATION
"If you wish, remember me only as a kind and gentle priest who always wanted to reach out and help many in pain and need." - Rev. Fr. Aurelis Maschio
The Fr. Maschio Memorial Foundation was established on 9th September, 1997 on the occasion of the first death anniversary of late Rev. Fr. Aurelius Maschio, having a Mission statement as under:
Fr. Maschio Memorial Foundation is named after late Rev. Fr. Aurelis Maschio, who in imitation OF Don Bosco worked tirelessly for the welfare of the poor and the young. Fr. Maschio Memorial Foundation strives to strengthen the participation of the young and the poor, with preference for the marginalized, in developing processes that affect their well-being. The new forms of urban and rural poverty today call for more innovative interventions from the Salesians. It is an extension of the Salesian charism in the areas of activities that the Salesians have not been able to reach. MORE