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Salesian youth ministry

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  • 1. TOTAL MINISTRY
  • 2. TO EDUCATE BY EVANGELISING TO EVANGELISE BY EDUCATING THE LIFE FA I TH
  • 3. THE YOUNG PERSON AT THE CENTRE IN THE WORLD WITH OTHERS TOWARDS G OD WITH ONESELF GROWTH -human -Christian DIMENSIONS - body - intelligence - feelings - will ALL-ROUND DEVELOPMENT
  • 4. A personal encounter with the young person and finding his place in the educational environment AIM EPC VOCACIONAL GROUP ACTIVITY EVANGELISATION-CATECHESIS EDUCATION- CULTURE PASTORAL CHARITY A PERSONALITY CONFORMED TO CHRIST IN AC CORDANCE WITH SALESIAN YOUTH SPIRITUALITY COMMUNITY ASPECT POINT OF DEPARTURE DYNAMICSOF GROWTH
  • 5. 2 3 Make him capable of assimilating culture critically and of an ethical discernment according to a Christian vision of life 1 Encourage a process of personal and social growth that makes the young person responsable of his own life and capable of opening himself to God Place him in a responsible way in his social and cultural context ready to fight against every kind of marginalisation 4 Help the young person to make values his own and to develop the religious aspect of his personality EDUCATIVE-CULTURAL DIMENSION
  • 6. Help the young person to orient to their full maturity in Christ and to their growth in the Church. Irrelevance of the faith Religiuos pluralism Secularisation Christian commitment and missionary awareness Systematic process of education to the faith in a group Educational environment full of evangelical values CHALLENGES: CHOICES: EVANGELISATION-CATECHESIS DIMENSION
  • 7. The group as the educational and evangelising hallmark feature of our ministry Linked to the SYM as the positive experience of the Church Open to all young people, with an animating style and growth-enabling Accompanig them to assume with responsability his place in society and in the Church. GROUP ACTIVITY DIMENSION
  • 8. * Systematic discernment process * Vocational culture: the life as a gift and a service to community * Clear and explicit vocational proposals * Vocational testimony of the educators * With the Salesian Family and the local Church VOCATIONAL DIMENSION Helping the young person to live his life as a vocation and to undertake his own role in the Church and in society
  • 9. PLANNING MENTALITY
  • 10. Strategic Planning MENTALITY More of strategic choices, vision-setting, evaluation Less of initiatives here-and-there, activities left-and-right, and improvisation
  • 11. FROM A MINISTRY OF ACTIVITIES TO ONE OF PROCESSES
    • Precise and concrete objectives
    • Progressive sequencing and linkaging of activities
    • More and more persons and groups who share the objectives and work as a team
  • 12. AN INSTRUMENT: THE SEPP Building the EPC Common mission - shared mentality Changing the situation
  • 13. Community aspect The salesian educative-pastoral project constructs the EPC and develops within it 1 2 It creates a sense of a common mission, a shared way of thinking, combining of resources El proceso educativo 3 Develops in the young a sense of community, a social and ecclesial conscience
  • 14. STEPS IN DRAWING UP THE SEPP
    • TIME FOR ANALYSING THE SITUATION
    • Situation of the young and their environment;
    • Situation of the EPC
    • The most important and pressing challenges
    • TIME FOR PRODUCING THE PLAN OF OPERATION
    • The educational choices that are most urgent and possible: AIMS
    • Concrete steps to be taken progressively to achieve these aims
    • Courses of action and concrete steps
    • TIME FOR EVALUATION
    • Prepare instruments for evaluation: INDICATORS that are objective, concrete and capable of measurement
    • Indicate when and how