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  • Sunday Gospel reflection with Fr. Bill Grimm

    September 30, 2016

    People and situations will always appear that will need a response from this servant of God. The more I respond, the more opportunities for service will open up to me.

  • Flooding in Bangladesh

    September 26, 2016

    Low-lying Bangladesh is located in the world's largest river delta system. The impoverished South Asian nation is crisscrossed by about 300 rivers that empty into the Bay of Bengal. Much of the country is a few meters above sea level, making it prone to natural disasters like cyclones and floods. Flooding is a common and recurrent natural phenomenon that hits Bangladesh during the June to September monsoons every year. Floods kill hundreds of people, leave millions homeless and cause significant loss of property, crops and livelihood, inflicting immense suffering on people. The 2016 floods have devoured about 20 districts and affected about 3 million people in northern and southern Bangladesh. (Photos and text by ucanews.com)