With perfect autumn weather and cooling temperatures things are looking good in this part of the world. And to add to your pleasure here is the latest edition of the Korean Newsletter website. In this edition we have a good mixture of news about Regional happenings and some food for thought. Pat McMullan presents a reflection on and outlines some of the challenges contained in Laudato Si' and Pat Cunningham gives a report of his resent trip to Okinawa and the anti-base and anti-militarist activities which took place there. On the report front Thomas Nam furnishes us with the details of the latest Priest Associate Program as well as updating us on happenings on the benefactors’ desk. Donal O’Keeffe, Regional Director, gives us his final report in ‘From the Director’ and he also features in our interview section where he reflects on his time in Korea and his term as Director. Sean Conneely has kindly written up an account of the 60th Anniversary of Donam Dong Parish church, a church which the Columbans built all those years ago. On the housekeeping front we have a list of the runners and riders for the upcoming, December, Ocean and Theology symposium. And finally, the editor asks some questions as to the direction of, or, more accurately, lack thereof when it comes to Society decisions on interreligious dialogue.
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