From the album: “November 23 Ampatuan Town Massacre” by Pastor Dann Pantoja – part 3 of 3
Posted by darbs on December 8, 2009
In this last part of the “From the Album: “November 23 Ampatuan Town Massacre” by Pastor Dann Pantoja” series, bare the prayers of JUST-PEACE .
But before we continue, here is DFish, “Baptism of Repentance: A prayer for the Massacre Perpetrators”
Read the rest of the prayer here:
Note: The images and the captions below were the personal accounts/musings of Pastor Dann Pantoja at the “Ampatuan Massacre” ground zero.
Published with written permission:
I pray that the police and all the authorities would really bring a just-closure to this crime and that justice will not be delayed.
I pray that military vehicles like this one would soon be obsolete in Mindanao.
I pray for genuine protection of human rights, beyond the officials’ photo ops.
I pray that genuine justice and peace be experienced by the Bangsamoro people as they continue to work towards their right to self-determination as a free nation.
I pray that the local police officers would really function effectively as peace officers instead of having them being policed by the military.
I pray that our people would think creatively–beyond the military solution–as we deal with our conflicts.
I pray that our people traveling through our highways would not need these military presence just for us to feel safe.
I pray that the Justice Secretary Agnes Devanadera would deliver what her position is supposed to deliver–undelayed justice.