It’s Saturday morning at 12:45 AM and I just got in from the Phnom Penh airport. I’ve been up for about 40 hours and I think I’m going to leave this update until later today after I get some sleep!
I am at JFK airport in New York City waiting for my sixteen-hour flight to Guangzhou. I may not be able to update the website before I get back to Phnom Penh—and I don’t arrive there will midnight Friday–so it may be a while before I get back to here.
Today was a real family day bringing together an increasingly large extended family. Click here for different scenes from the day.
In the morning we had the final session of the April board of directors meeting and then we all headed home. I went to Newark Airport for a flight to Louisville. Click here for pictures from the day.
Today was the one full day of meetings of the Maryknoll Lay Missioners board of directors. Click here for photos of the day.
Today was a day for catching up with many things before we began the board meetings in the evening. Click here for photos from the day.
I was really busy with the opening of the board meeting and my taking notes as the secretary and didn’t have a chance to prepare an update here. It will come tomorrow.
I spent most of the morning getting from the airport to Maryknoll, and then in the afternoon I made the rounds of the Maryknoll Lay Missioners and the priests’ seminary building to say hello to people and arrange meetings for the next few days. Click here for some photos from the day.
Today was a travel day, getting me as far from Phnom Penh as Guangzhou in southern China. Click here to see some of the day’s sights.
Today was the quarterly meeting of the Catholic Alliance for Charity and Development (CACD), the social outreach of the diocese of Phnom Penh. Representatives from all the Catholic NGOs and agencies and from the religious communities come together to discuss chosen topics and to become a better face of the church’s outreach to the people of Cambodia.