Don Bosco Formation Center

Don Bosco Formation Center (DBMS), formerly Don Bosco Missionary Seminary, is a Salesian House run by the Salesians of Don Bosco (SDB). It is located in Lawaan III Talisay City Cebu, Philippines. It was established to provide a Formation House for the Salesian Province of Mary Help of Christians (FIS) in the Philippines.

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