Cambodia: ‘bishop without a cathedral’ leads tiny flock
Catholic World News - May 24, 2011
Bishop Olivier Michel Marie Schmitthaeusler, a 40-year-old French missionary bishop who serves as apostolic vicar of Phnom Penh, discusses the challenges of leading a tiny Catholic community devastated by Pol Pot’s genocide and of evangelizing a largely Buddhist nation.
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