Discussion:
[Goanet] Is Goa "liberatable" further ?
Antonio Menezes
2005-09-17 03:19:56 UTC
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By 1975 Goa would have become free from the Portuguese rule along with other
colonies like Mocambique, Angola, Guinea etc.
But then the regedor and padre vigario would have continued with their
capricious ways. Indeed, Goan catholic masses would have had to be
"liberatable" further. How long would this have taken ?
Let us deal , for the time being, with on aspect only i.e. education.
Goan villages are brimming with life especially womenfolk and children. The
males are either in Bombay or on the board of ships earning their livelihood
and sending money back home by postal orders.
The womenfolk are, however, worried. They want their children to be
educated to secure better lives in the future.
The brown clergy of Goa are having field day for three centuries ( 1661 to
1961 ) with their sunday sermons. They were in a good position to bring
education to catholic masses by opening at least primary schools if not
secondary ones. But they did nothing of the sort for reasons which are not
hard to imagine.

Antonio
Antonio Menezes
2005-09-17 03:19:56 UTC
Permalink
By 1975 Goa would have become free from the Portuguese rule along with other
colonies like Mocambique, Angola, Guinea etc.
But then the regedor and padre vigario would have continued with their
capricious ways. Indeed, Goan catholic masses would have had to be
"liberatable" further. How long would this have taken ?
Let us deal , for the time being, with on aspect only i.e. education.
Goan villages are brimming with life especially womenfolk and children. The
males are either in Bombay or on the board of ships earning their livelihood
and sending money back home by postal orders.
The womenfolk are, however, worried. They want their children to be
educated to secure better lives in the future.
The brown clergy of Goa are having field day for three centuries ( 1661 to
1961 ) with their sunday sermons. They were in a good position to bring
education to catholic masses by opening at least primary schools if not
secondary ones. But they did nothing of the sort for reasons which are not
hard to imagine.

Antonio
Antonio Menezes
2005-09-17 03:19:56 UTC
Permalink
By 1975 Goa would have become free from the Portuguese rule along with other
colonies like Mocambique, Angola, Guinea etc.
But then the regedor and padre vigario would have continued with their
capricious ways. Indeed, Goan catholic masses would have had to be
"liberatable" further. How long would this have taken ?
Let us deal , for the time being, with on aspect only i.e. education.
Goan villages are brimming with life especially womenfolk and children. The
males are either in Bombay or on the board of ships earning their livelihood
and sending money back home by postal orders.
The womenfolk are, however, worried. They want their children to be
educated to secure better lives in the future.
The brown clergy of Goa are having field day for three centuries ( 1661 to
1961 ) with their sunday sermons. They were in a good position to bring
education to catholic masses by opening at least primary schools if not
secondary ones. But they did nothing of the sort for reasons which are not
hard to imagine.

Antonio
Antonio Menezes
2005-09-17 03:19:56 UTC
Permalink
By 1975 Goa would have become free from the Portuguese rule along with other
colonies like Mocambique, Angola, Guinea etc.
But then the regedor and padre vigario would have continued with their
capricious ways. Indeed, Goan catholic masses would have had to be
"liberatable" further. How long would this have taken ?
Let us deal , for the time being, with on aspect only i.e. education.
Goan villages are brimming with life especially womenfolk and children. The
males are either in Bombay or on the board of ships earning their livelihood
and sending money back home by postal orders.
The womenfolk are, however, worried. They want their children to be
educated to secure better lives in the future.
The brown clergy of Goa are having field day for three centuries ( 1661 to
1961 ) with their sunday sermons. They were in a good position to bring
education to catholic masses by opening at least primary schools if not
secondary ones. But they did nothing of the sort for reasons which are not
hard to imagine.

Antonio
Antonio Menezes
2005-09-17 03:19:56 UTC
Permalink
By 1975 Goa would have become free from the Portuguese rule along with other
colonies like Mocambique, Angola, Guinea etc.
But then the regedor and padre vigario would have continued with their
capricious ways. Indeed, Goan catholic masses would have had to be
"liberatable" further. How long would this have taken ?
Let us deal , for the time being, with on aspect only i.e. education.
Goan villages are brimming with life especially womenfolk and children. The
males are either in Bombay or on the board of ships earning their livelihood
and sending money back home by postal orders.
The womenfolk are, however, worried. They want their children to be
educated to secure better lives in the future.
The brown clergy of Goa are having field day for three centuries ( 1661 to
1961 ) with their sunday sermons. They were in a good position to bring
education to catholic masses by opening at least primary schools if not
secondary ones. But they did nothing of the sort for reasons which are not
hard to imagine.

Antonio
Antonio Menezes
2005-09-17 03:19:56 UTC
Permalink
By 1975 Goa would have become free from the Portuguese rule along with other
colonies like Mocambique, Angola, Guinea etc.
But then the regedor and padre vigario would have continued with their
capricious ways. Indeed, Goan catholic masses would have had to be
"liberatable" further. How long would this have taken ?
Let us deal , for the time being, with on aspect only i.e. education.
Goan villages are brimming with life especially womenfolk and children. The
males are either in Bombay or on the board of ships earning their livelihood
and sending money back home by postal orders.
The womenfolk are, however, worried. They want their children to be
educated to secure better lives in the future.
The brown clergy of Goa are having field day for three centuries ( 1661 to
1961 ) with their sunday sermons. They were in a good position to bring
education to catholic masses by opening at least primary schools if not
secondary ones. But they did nothing of the sort for reasons which are not
hard to imagine.

Antonio
Antonio Menezes
2005-09-17 03:19:56 UTC
Permalink
By 1975 Goa would have become free from the Portuguese rule along with other
colonies like Mocambique, Angola, Guinea etc.
But then the regedor and padre vigario would have continued with their
capricious ways. Indeed, Goan catholic masses would have had to be
"liberatable" further. How long would this have taken ?
Let us deal , for the time being, with on aspect only i.e. education.
Goan villages are brimming with life especially womenfolk and children. The
males are either in Bombay or on the board of ships earning their livelihood
and sending money back home by postal orders.
The womenfolk are, however, worried. They want their children to be
educated to secure better lives in the future.
The brown clergy of Goa are having field day for three centuries ( 1661 to
1961 ) with their sunday sermons. They were in a good position to bring
education to catholic masses by opening at least primary schools if not
secondary ones. But they did nothing of the sort for reasons which are not
hard to imagine.

Antonio

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