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As Kerala painstakingly recovers from the floods that appalled her recently, the September issue of Kairos observes how humans became humane and helped their fellow beings selflessly to recover from the aftermath. The editorial by Dr. Chackochan Njaavalil includes heartwarming personal accounts cherishing the self-effacing services of people all around Kerala in moments of the present crisis, and how many became faces of God to the victims. Sasi Immanuel writes a feature on the risks and sacrifice involved in attaining priesthood, and quotes the words and experiences of various saints about the religious vocation. Dr. Sunny Jose interviews the newly ordained priest, Fr. Kevin Mundackal, who is also the first U.S. born priest to be ordained for the Syro Malabar church, on his vocation discernment and challenges. Cover stories by Dr. Sameera Sebastian, Rehna Francis and Benoy Joseph testifies their Holy Sacramental experiences and affirms the sanctity of Eucharistic celebrations and Sacred confessionals which has and will continue to withstand all kinds of trials. In an article by Sajan C A, the involvement of Jesus Youth volunteers in rescuing, rehabilitating and restoring the flood afflicted and flood stricken areas are explained. Sunny Kokkapillil makes various observations on the recent floods in Kerala and Anita reviews the memoir Tears at Night, Joy at Dawn by Andrew Robinson. The issue also includes the regular segments.

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