We Are Not Dead Yet’ MAFULU EASTER 2016


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We are not dead yet’ Mafulu Easter 2016.

Hi everybody. This is what it is all about. It is about thousands of Catholics of Fuyuge language left there in Goilala Mountains for years without sacraments. Four parishes and a gold mine. People starving spiritually. People who did not even hear about the Jubilee Year of Mercy. Well, now they will hear about it and they will benefit from it.

In few hours I will be flying to Popondetta. Then following day by PMV to Kokoda. Then to Mamba plantations and from there a 1000 km, 70 days walking journey begins.

First Yongai Parish in Chirime Valley. Going up left side through Asimba and Kafano to Yongai Station. Then crossing to Evesa, descending other side to Asisi and crossing to Aikora. Then back to Yongai. Up to Kumunga and back to Yongai. Most probably Palm Sunday in Yongai and then cross Owen Stanley Range through Kulama to Ononge Station for Easter Sunday.

After Easter round trip of Vanapa Valley in two weeks or three weeks and then advance through Woitape and Kosipe to Tanipai. Then cross to Tolukuma and surrounding communities.

From Tolukuma through Mondo to Fane to see if anybody there. Then relax and advance through Belavista and Deva Deva to Bakoiudu. Then roll down to Kubuna to see Carmelites and eventually on a car with them to Port Moresby…

Long journey. Absolute essence of the mission. Pure madness. Hardcore. Yet no other way. Bend it or break it situation. Keep me in your prayers. I am keeping you in mine all the time.

Happy Easter!
We are not dead yet..

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Words and Photos Credit: Father Wlodzimierz Vladimir Malota

2 thoughts on “We Are Not Dead Yet’ MAFULU EASTER 2016

  1. Good day Anthony, I am glad to hear that someone like Fr Malota is passionate about the people of Goilala (Fuyuge in particular) and their faith; and spiritual nourishment. Thank God for that. After reading through his proposed itinerary I gather that he is not going to visit the Kodige people of the Dilava valley, which is over the mountain from Tolukuma or Fane. Bro is there a way you can inform him to at least spend a day or two in Kodige where people have been starving spiritually for decades? This is my humble request if you could make it known to him. Thank you. Erico Ijo Hovob

    On Wed, Mar 2, 2016 at 4:09 PM, Goilalas District Dev. Forum Blog wrote:

    > Anthony Morant posted: ” We are not dead yet’ Mafulu Easter 2016. Hi > everybody. This is what it is all about. It is about thousands of Catholics > of Fuyuge language left there in Goilala Mountains for years without > sacraments. Four parishes and a gold mine. People starving spiri” >

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