Cambodia: ‘A light to the Gentiles’
Jesus Farm was filled with about 300 people; children and adult (mostly non-Christians) as we celebrated our Christmas mass yesterday. Jesus Farm is one of the parish outstations which is about an hour and a half drive from the parish Church. Since some outstations like Jesus Farm are very far and we lack priests to celebrate khmer mass, Christmas masses are celebrated earlier so people may be able to attend.
After the mass, we had a special chicken curry and bread for our lunch. Special because this is not usually served unless in a big and important occasion. After lunch, the games continued and were played simultaneously. Nobody went home sad as everybody received prizes in kinds and give aways from our generous donors. To all of you, “thank you” and May God bless you abundantly. Thank you for making the children happy. Thank you dear children for your priceless smiles. Thank you for inspiration.
Glenn Diaz mhm
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