Peace-making Efforts in the Northeast

Peace-making Efforts in the Northeast

Interview – Archbishop Thomas Menamparampil /Augustine Pamplany

Hailing from the Southern State of Kerala, he embraced the Northeast India as his life-long habitat. The serenity and tranquillity of his person is loud enough to produce the resonances of peace and nonviolence across the tribal hills of Assam, Nagaland, Meghalaya and Manipur. In unmistakable terms, he has proven that the person of the peace-builder is as important as the peace-building measures. His peace-building legacy stands out unparalleled in the entire praxis of peace-making exercises. His sharing and reflections are unfading imprints on the peace literature of the world. This is Archbishop Thomas Menamparampil!

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