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12 June 2017


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All of us know that the Catholic church has been an integral part of the socioeconomic development of the country. The church continues to provide social services both in accessible and, remote areas where governmental presence is very limited.

The mission of the church is not only to evangelize and educate but also to defend those whose voices are marginalised in the development process within the bounds of the social teachings of the church.

This is an integral part of the preaching of the gospel of peace, love, truth and justice. Is voicing the concerns of the marginalised an act of injustice/blatant abuse?

PNG is not a communist country, but sometimes it does appear to be so by the way decisions from the top are being implemented.

I call upon Catholics in ENBP, especially Pomio to speak up so as to defend justice on the side of Douglas Tennett, a fellow Catholic, accused for no apparent reason.

So, " the [current] government" is believed to be factual, not a question.
Interesting word, "reached":
Is "reached" speaking of degree of descent from ideal of transparency or of degree of disgust among citizenry or of degree of material vomiting from systemic sickness?

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