Lessons from Chernobyl

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by Bruce Duncan in Online Catholics (10  May 2006). With permission.

Bruce Duncan, a priest of the Redemptorist order, coordinates the program of social justice studies at Yarra Theological Union in Melbourne and is the Director of the Yarra Institute for Religion and Social Policy.

This is his address at the Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral, Melbourne, commemorating the 20th anniversary of the accident at Chernobyl.  The function was attended by about 700 people, including heads of churches and representatives of various levels of government.

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Photo: The monument at Chernobyl, by “Stuck in Customs”, flickr CC

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