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dc.contributor.authorPesle, Nicolas-
dc.identifier.citationTranslated by Parmananda Divarkaren_US
dc.description.abstractI am giving you the richest area in the diocese, which is also the poorest." Such was the challenge of Mons. Cannone, an Assumptionist and first bishop of Tulear, on the south-west of the Island, when in 1970 he invited the Jesuits to take charge of the thickly populated and very promising region of Central Onilahy, some 125 kms east of Tulear. The bishop was referring to the agricultural wealth of the land in contrast to the cultural and spiritual deprivation of its people....en_US
dc.publisherRoma: The General Curiae of the Society of Jesus, 1996.en_US
dc.relation.ispartofseriesJesuit Year Book, 1996;p.52-53-
dc.titleThe Waters of Life: Health and Faith in Tanosyen_US
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