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This dialogical approach to issues affecting relationships among people, the Salesian Priest said, “was the reason why the Holy Father called the synod to listen to our views and to give room for dialogues with different groups which make us listen to others.”

“There are no eternal enemies if there are disagreements,” he said in his homily on the Feast Day of St. Francis of Assisi, adding, “Let us sit and solve our problems amicably because coming together to solve issues within our communities is a better way.”

“In democracy there is respect for one another no matter how wrong they are; people should respect each other for they also have rights and points to prove,” Fr. Pulickal who serves as the Parish Priest of Sacred Heart Tonj Parish said.

He went on to highlight the importance of love in seeking lasting peace through dialogue, saying, “Love is a fundamental source of peace and reconciliation for us Christians who believe in God the Creator.”

“We should love one another as we love ourselves despite the differences we have in our communities and societies,” the Salesian Priest emphasized during his October 4 homily.

Patrick Juma Wani




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