តាំងពីចាប់ផ្តើមបង្រៀនគណិតវិទ្យានៅសាកលវិទ្យាល័យភូមិន្ទភ្នំពេញនាឆ្នាំ១៩៩៣មក (ក្រោមការព្រមព្រៀងរវាងក្រសួងអប់រំយុវជន និងកីឡា និងអង្កការ Jesuit Service របស់ខ្ញុំ) ខ្ញុំតែងតែចាប់អារម្មណ៍ចំពោះរបៀបដែលនិស្សិតទាក់ទងជាមួយខ្ញុំក្នុងនាមជាគ្រូរបស់គេ។
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“My church was a bit of a trench, the altar a pile of sandbags. Though we had to stand deep in mud, not knowing the moment a sudden call to arms would come, many a fervent prayer went up to Heaven that morning.”
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Book Review: Pol Pot, The History of a Nightmare by Philip Short (Published 2004 John Murray)
Philip Short begins his acknowledgements by commenting that “History is to a great extent detective work”. He thanks the many people who helped his “assemble the mosaic of fragments of truths, half-truths and lies” on which the book is based.
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Once while living in a Jesuit community in Ballymun, Dublin, during my theology studies, Michael Paul Gallagher S.J., gave me a present of a book.
Once while living in a Jesuit community in Ballymun, Dublin, during my theology studies, Michael Paul Gallagher S.J., gave me a present of a book. The book was about ‘The Cairngorms’ and described those massive peaks of North-East Scotland. I read the book and I felt the call despite the long list of fatal mountain accidents in that area.
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On Monday the 30th of April 2018, I attended the first screening of an Irish-made documentary about three human rights activists in Cambodia, called ‘A Cambodian Spring‘ in the Irish Film Institute in Dublin.
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Welcome to my personal website. My name is Ashley Evans and I am an Irish Jesuit priest on mission in the education sector of Cambodia for the last twenty-five years.
Welcome to my personal website, Gaudium Mundi (Joy of the World).
My name is Ashley Evans and I am an Irish Jesuit priest on mission in the education sector of Cambodia for the last twenty-five years. The primary purpose of this website is to pool information on my experience of education in Cambodia and to share reflections on the challenges it is facing.
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