SPYS Malta

Animated by a team of experienced religious and lay youth leaders, PYS seek to develop and implement a programme of holistic formation for young people. In January 2009, SPYS became a recognized Voluntary Organization under the 2007 Voluntary Organizations Act of Malta


Savio Salesian Youth

The Savio Salesian Youth (SSY) are a group of young people who are involved in working with the Salesians in various pastoral realities. These youth are offered a formation programme throughout the year that enables the young person to get to know oneself better, and use the discovered potential for one’s growth and that of others. The SSY’s projects include Ħbieb Domenico Savio, Gospa and the Salesian Summer Camps.


Salesian Brigades

The Salesian Brigade is a Catholic Salesian uniformed young people organisation which was founded in 1910. The evolution of The Brigade over the years has resulted in many successes in delivering Christian children’s and youth work into the community as well as introducing many young people to faith and the life of the church.


Salesian Worship Team

The Salesian Worship Team is a section of the Salesian Oratory in Sliema, made up of a group of committed youths who mainly animate the 19:30 Mass at the Oratory Chapel. The group undergoes team-building, musical and spiritual formation throughout the year through activities such as live-ins, seminars and through the numerous rehearsals which take place all year round.


Savio Athletics Club

Deriving its name from its founding school, Savio College (Dingli, Malta), Savio AC is an athletic club which participates in national athletics competitions, mainly track & field, cross country and road running.


MCAST Chaplaincy

In 2014 upon a request by Archbishop Cremona, the Salesians took over the Chaplaincy of the Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST), opening the door for the Salesians to reach out to 7,000 students and 1,000 staff across six locations in Malta and Gozo. Today, there are four confreres forming the Salesian Chaplaincy Team at MCAST, four from the Senglea Community and one stationed in Sliema, with a number of MCAST students doing practical placements directly at St Philip’s, in Senglea.

The Salesian MCAST Chaplaincy aim to be a Christian presence in a Salesian style among staff and students: offering support and service so that MCAST may be for the young “a home that welcomes, a parish that evangelises, a school that prepares them for life and a space where their youth is cherished and valued”.



The Salesians are co-founders and partners in the online support platform for young people Kellimni.com.
Kellimni.com is based in Malta and offers one-on-one online support services mainly to young people who may be suffering from loneliness, social exclusion, abuse, neglect or psychological difficulties or may otherwise be in need of emotional, moral and social support. This service aims to harness the power of the internet to provide young people with the opportunity to voice their concerns and take up the rights granted to them in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. The internet is well suited for this, it being a medium of communication with which young people feel most comfortable and which is readily available to them even across national boundaries.