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India’s Peace-Maker Bishop was proposed Candidate for Noble Prize

Archbishop Thomas Menamparampil speaks about the peace initiatives in North-Eastern India and recalls his work as mediator, alongside the ecumenical team
Gerard O’Connell
Over the past 15 years, Archbishop Thomas Menamparampil has gained a well-deserved reputation in India and throughout Asia as a peace maker, and earlier this year he was proposed as a candidate for the Nobel Prize for Peace.

This dynamic, inspiring member of the Salesian order, who turned 75 last month, has worked most of his priestly life in India’s troubled north-eastern region which is home to 200 tribes and 40 million people, among them 6 million Christians, including 1.5 million are Catholics.

(From the Vatican Insider dated Monday 28th November, 2011)


November 30, 2011 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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