Clarence Devadass

Dr Clarence Devadass is a Catholic priest and director of the Catholic Research Centre in Kuala Lumpur. Moral education is an issue close to his heart. He focuses on paving resourceful ways to promote virtues for living in a multireligious society, for a significant life together.


9 months ago

Malaysia through the eyes of an outsider

Malaysia through the eyes of an outsider

9 months ago

Circus back in town, and with it the clowns

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Circus back in town, and with it the clowns

1 year ago

The year that has passed and what lies ahead

The year that has passed and what lies ahead

1 year ago

The resistance is real

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The resistance is real

1 year ago

Of truth and lies and how to tell the difference

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Of truth and lies and how to tell the difference


1 year ago

From a Malay agenda to a Malaysian one

It seems like there is a huge mountain to climb when it comes to a national agenda.

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From a Malay agenda to a Malaysian one

1 year ago

Kudos, Brickfields

Citizens’ initiatives in small localities are perhaps the way to rebuild Malaysia.

Kudos, Brickfields

1 year ago

Up to Malaysians to rewrite racial narrative

We must start identifying ourselves not by race, but nationality.

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Up to Malaysians to rewrite racial narrative

1 year ago

Enough of the empty talk, start governing

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1 year ago

Hoping 2019 will bring tangible change

Hoping 2019 will bring tangible change

1 year ago

Celebrating  the ‘real heroes’

Anti-ICERD rally and AFF Suzuki Cup finals offer a lesson on disunity and unity. 

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Celebrating  the ‘real heroes’

1 year ago

Are we serious about racial harmony?

The Malaysian government must prove that it will not tolerate anyone who incites any form of racial or religious disharmony. 

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Are we serious about racial harmony?

1 year ago

Damned if you do, damned if you don’t

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Damned if you do, damned if you don’t

1 year ago

Bring taxis up to mark, not restrain Grab

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Bring taxis up to mark, not restrain Grab

1 year ago

Change the bus along with the driver

There needs to be more signs that we will make it through this transition together as one nation, and not as political parties jostling for seats and positions.

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Change the bus along with the driver