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08 June 2014


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Fr Licini, Thank you for the story of Fr Jerry and his catechist Benedict being killed. I feel saddened that even today this sort of thing can happen.

One asks with a heavy heart why this happens to people who do not deserve to be treated like this, who only want to do good to others?

I find the story of Fr Jerry like in many of my students where we have so much expectation from the really bright and obviously successful students.

However when they turn to being doctors you find that it is the plodding student who you were going to fail who turns out to be the most caring and conscientious one.

In this tumultuous times in our nation it is heartening to know that there are still good people around who would sacrifice their lives for the greater good.

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