Salesian Sisters celebrated the 145th Institute day in Myanmar

“You will be the living monument  of  Don Bosco’s gratitude to Mary”  echoing  the words of Don Bosco, Salesian Sisters celebrated the 145th  Institute day on August 5,2017  in Anisakhan, PyinOoLwin, Myanmar.
     The celebration began with thanksgiving Mass which was celebrated by the SDB Provincial of Myanmar Rev. Fr. Charl Saw Thie Han Lwin and with other four Salesian Priests, Brothers, Sisters and Students. After Mass the Aspirants and the sewing students presented a short script about the life of Mother Mazzarello, the beginning of the Institute and the history of Institute in Myanmar. It reminded “the Charism as Heritage” which is handed down from our Founders and which has great value and great responsibility to take care of it. We can see clearly the fidelity of God and protection of Mary to our Institute. After that the Sisters gave lunch to all the visitors. The celebration ended with gratitude and joy. We thank God and Mother Yvon Reungoat for the successful celebration and to those three sisters; Sr. Mary, Sr. Filomena and Sr. Thecla, who brought back the Institute here in Myanmar. We also thank those who near and far and all the Past Pupils who are praying for all the Salesian Sisters.



On Friday 30th June Sr. Rany, a new missionary arrives to Cambodia.


On May 16 to 20, the (15) young sisters from 5 communities and the (11) lay teachers of (3) Kindergartens attended the course on classrooms management and method of teaching in Anisakan, Pyin Oo Lwin, Myanmar. The course was directed by Sr. Marisol Verna FMA.

In the last two days, 2 more lay teachers from other private school also joined the sessions. They enjoyed a lot for the lessons and are very grateful to Sr. Marisol who has opened their creativity and capacity for teaching.

Thank s to Sr. Marisol, for your enthusiasm, love and passion and generosity to transmit your God-given gift to the others. May God bless you abundantly! And we hope that our teachers would be more enthusiastic and creative in teaching and our collaboration would be more positive and effective for the integral formation of the children God has entrusted to our care.


On May 14th and 15th in Anisakan, Pyin Oo Lwin, Myanmar, all the Daughters of Mary Help of Christians of Myanmar, participated the course on HUMAN RIGHTS transmitted by  Sr. Marisol Verna FMA, an Argentinian missionary in Cambodia. She explained to us about the Human Rights Office of the Institute of the Daughters of Mary Help of Christians in Geneva (IIMA), Switzerland.
We appreciate very much her sharing because she has enlightened us to understand the situation of the world, the problems and the abuses of the human rights in the different parts of the world. Not only that, she has inspired us to defend for the rights and the dignity of persons especially for the minorities, with her passion and concern for the poor.

This is an important course for us Salesian Educators to be able to know, understand “the Human Rights” so as to educate the children and young people entrusted to us to be protagonists of  their lives and to become responsible and honest citizens in  the society.


Today, together with the Holy Mother Church, we celebrate solemnly the feast of Mary Help  of Christians here in Nazareth, Anisakan, Pyin Oo Lwin. We solemnized the celebration with the deaconate ordination of Cl. Joseph Aung Kyaw SDB presided by Archbishop Nicholas Mang Thang, the Archbishop of Mandalay Archdiocese.
 So many devotees of Mary and the relatives of the cleric have filled the Shrine. After the solemn Eucharistic Celebration, there was a solemn procession in the compound of the Salesian Fathers in Nazareth Seminary.

May our Blessed Virgin Mary continue to guide us, accompany us and intercede for us to be worthy followers of Jesus Christ.

Copyright © 2013 Salesian Sisters in Cambodia and Myanmar and Blogger Templates - Anime OST.