Last week, the parish held a non-face-to-face Catholic lecture after a long absence. The pastor of the parish wrote about the experience in the Catholic Times Weekly Eyes of the Believer column. He hesitated, thinking that it would be a foolish decision to hold a parish event in a situation where all gatherings other than Mass were banned or suspended due to Corona 19, but in the end, fortunately good results were achieved.
Working on Sorokdo, he learns about the beautiful way so many work in love of neighbors, such as Sisters Marianne and Margaret, who cared for the abandoned. He decided to live a life of 'helping others rather than himself' after 10 years of apathy he returned to his religious life and chose orthopedic surgery as his major to help leprosy patients.
Although he has been immersed in nurturing juniors for a long time as a professor at the university's medical school, he kept in his heart the desire for a life of helping others. He applied to a relief team to help Haiti, which had suffered a devastating disaster in the 2010 earthquake, and even though it was not feasible, an unexpected contact came just before departure. He says he found out it was because they couldn't find an orthopedic surgeon.
artists of life.