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November 5, 2013, at 9:41 AM
By Adam Wilson |
This week, a Ugandan priest will recount his experiences during wartime for students and faculty at Benedictine College in Atchison, Kan., according to a press release from the College.
The Rev. Robert Obol will deliver a lecture titled "Conflict and Reconciliation in Uganda: Life and Lessons from a Warzone" at Benedictine on November 7.
His reflections are compiled into the newly published book, The Life and Lessons from a Warzone: A Memoir of Dr. Robert Nyeko Obol. In his book, Fr. Obol shares the lessons he gleaned about life from his time living and working in a region of unrest and violence.
The event will be sponsored by the Sociology/Criminology Department and the Sociology Club.
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