Celebrating the missionary past Print
By Francis Phillips, Catholic Herald   
Wednesday, 05 December 2012

In the 1950s, choosing to become a priest or religious and then spending your entire life working in conditions of great hardship to bring the Good News of salvation to those trapped by witchcraft, paganism and superstition, was seen as self-sacrificing, a noble thing to do. It still should be.


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