Fr. Paolo
Albera

DON BOSCO'S SECOND SUCCESSOR GO TO THE ALBERA EXHIBIT Casa Don Bosco Museum 14 January 2021
— 14 January 2022


DON BOSCO’S SECOND SUCCESSOR | 1921 — 2021

Fr. Paul
Albera

January 14, 2021 – January 14, 2022

Go to the Albera Exhibit

ONE HUNDRED YEARS AFTER FR. ALBERA’S DEATH

1921 – 2021

On the occasion of the first centenary of his death, an exhibit dedicated to the Second Successor of Don Bosco, Fr. Paul Albera.

Don Bosco had to choose one of his boys to come to the prie-dieu as if to make his confession. He looked around and, with a smile, made his choice known: “Paul, come here please. Kneel down and lean your forehead against mine so we can keep each other from moving!

Don Bruno Ferrero

The exhibit, comprising 29 displays, unfolds in the Oratory’s original dining hall located in the crypt of Casa Don Bosco Museum, where the boys gathered for their meals from 1854 to 1858.

FR. PAUL ALBERA

THE EXHIBIT BY NUMBER

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Displays
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Original letters
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Unpublished photos

“The world seen through his eyes”

The Albera Exhibit retraces the life journey of this humble Salesian through his own eyes. It is a lens on the world of the “Little Don Bosco”, that silent pioneer who did so much to shape the Salesian Congregation we know today.

  • Research & Texts:Fr. Aldo Giraudo SDB, Fr. Silvio Roggia SDB, Paolo Vaschetto SDB.(English Translation: Fr. Michael Pace, SDB)

  • Graphics: Mattana graphics and services

  • Exhibit Design: Berrone Livio & C. s.n.c.

  • Curator: Dr. Stefania De Vita

VISIT THE EXHIBIT

Monday: accessible Online (until new DPCM)
Tuesday / Friday: accessible Online (until new DPCM)
Saturday and Sunday: accessible Online (until new DPCM)

“The world seen through his eyes”

The Albera Exhibit retraces the life journey of this humble Salesian through his own eyes. Come explore the world of the “Little Don Bosco”, the silent pioneer who did so much to pass on the Salesian Congregation as we know it today.

VISIT THE EXHIBIT

Monday: accessible Online (until new DPCM)
Tuesday / Friday: accessible Online (until new DPCM)
Saturday and Sunday: accessible Online (until new DPCM)

Texts and research:

  • Fr. Aldo Giraudo SDB,
  • Fr. Silvio Roggia SDB,
  • Paolo Vaschetto SDB

graphics:

  • Mattana graphics and services

Exhibit Design:

  • Berrone Livio & C. s.n.c.

Curator:

  • dr Stefania De Vita

“After love, joy is the most beautiful creation that flows from the hand of God”

St. John Bosco

“After love, joy is the most beautiful creation that flows from the hand of God”

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