Had enough “more of the same” news and other “stuff” about Church and religion?
Stop and have a peek into my kaleidoscope of real people, scenes, sounds, color from vibrant life around Asia:
its people – one person, families, villages, societies, sectors, groups, bands, gangs, connecting with the rest of the world
* our hopes, dreams, way of thinking, living and surviving
* what’s important to us, what makes us laugh, cry, work, sing, live, grow or die
* our faith, relationships, art, dance, music, food
“Tuloy po kayo” (Welcome, come right in)
Let’s rap about facts, opinions, images, sounds of what it’s like growing up and living as a Catholic in Asia [as I experience it]
N.J. Viehland, journalist
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