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Engaging with minds and hearts for the Mekong River, a threatened Mother

31 October 2015

Gabriel Lamug-Nañawa, SJ Cambodia is usually known for its ancient stone temples, of which Angkor Wat is the most famous, or for the genocide that happened at the hands of the Khmer Rouge during the period of 1975-1979, which claimed around two million people. Cambodia also used to be the country with the most...
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Fasting from plastic

15 February 2013

Gabriel Lamug-Nañawa, SJ For many years now, during the season of Lent, the Apostolic Prefecture of Battambang in Cambodia has incorporated environmental themes into the prayers and practices of the faithful.  This year, as the Church invites us once again to prepare our hearts through acts of penance, prayer, and corporal works of mercy,...
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Chut Wutty’s light

30 June 2012

Gabriel Lamug-Nañawa, SJ Once in a while, someone comes along and flashes a light on things that make others uncomfortable. May we never exchange light for darkness. Death in the forest On a hot sunny day 26 April 2012 in southwest Cambodia, Chut Wutty, director and founder of the Natural Resources Protection Group, was...
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