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Statement on active nonviolence

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The Religious Superiors’ Association of South Sudan (RSASS) released a statement on April 28 on active nonviolence as a way to build lasting peace in South Sudan. In this statement, RSASS acknowledges that South Sudan is entrenched in violence and in a deep economic and humanitarian crisis. Despite this, RSASS encourages the people of South Sudan to remain hopeful and to ...

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Prayer for Peace in South Sudan

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From the beginning of the civil clashes in December 2013, in South Sudan there is a season of endless violence. In these months of attacks, people have been displaced, brutalised, raped. Thousands of South Sudaneses decided to migrate in the nearest countries. For the ones who remain in their country the situation is unbearable without humanitarian helps. Currently, the situation ...

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Job Vacancy: Finance Officer in ROME (Part-Time 30h/week)

Solidarity Projects Italy ONLUS is seeking to recruit a Finance Officer with basic accounting/taxes/bookkeeping knowledge, able to work with Excel and Word, with a fluent knowledge of both written and spoken English and Italian. He/she must have general understanding of local and international accounting principles. Excellent organisational skills and attention to detail are required. Preferential conditions: working knowledge of accounting ...

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Advert for Executive Director Position of Solidarity with South Sudan

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Solidarity with South Sudan is looking to appoint an Executive Director to head the organization, Solidarity with South Sudan aims to create self-sustainable educational, health and pastoral institutions and programs that will help to empower South Sudanese people to build a just and peaceful society. Solidarity is a collaborative commitment of religious working in partnership with the Catholic Church in South ...

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South Sudan: the role of the Church and its Action Plan for Peace

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          Father Michael Perry, Minister General of the Order of the Friars Minor, coming back from Juba, released an interesting interview to Radio Vaticana about the role of Church and its action plan for Peace in South Sudan. Following the link: http://en.radiovaticana.va/news/2017/03/13/south_sudan__the_role_of_the_church_and_its_action_plan_for/1298263

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PASTORAL MESSAGE OF THE CATHOLIC BISHOPS OF SOUTH SUDAN

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  “A VOICE CRIES IN THE WILDERNESS” PASTORAL MESSAGE OF THE CATHOLIC BISHOPS OF SOUTH SUDAN TO THE FAITHFUL AND PEOPLE OF SOUTH SUDAN “The voice of one crying out in the wilderness, prepare the way of the Lord, make his paths straight” (Mark 1:3).   Preamble These words of the prophet Isaiah, quoted by the evangelists Matthew and Mark, ...

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Tragic Victims

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Last August, I wrote about the good news, the positive situation in Riimenze, South Sudan. Today that situation no longer exists. Has the agriculture project collapsed? No. The people are simply the victims of a callous civil war in which they have never wanted to participate.  The situation is not hopeless. Several of our religious congregations and donor partners have ...

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EMERGENCY IN RIIMENZE

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During the last 3 weeks, the local people on the road between Makpundu and Yambio have fled either to Yambio or Riimenze. Our people and our property are undamaged but dreadful suffering has been inflicted on the usually peaceful community of Riimenze where we have our large agriculture project and other pastoral works for that local community.   Up until now we are ...

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At Sixes and Sevens 

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There is an idiom sometimes used in English, ‘At Sixes and Sevens’. It is not clear where it comes but one internet site suggests ‘The phrase was originally “to set on six and seven” and is thought to have derived in the 14th century from the game of dice. The meaning then was “to carelessly risk one’s entire fortune”’. That ...

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Not So Happy Christmas in South Sudan

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Christmas is coming and we all have various expectations for a ‘happy time’. The world over, including in South Sudan, atheists, agnostics and many adherents to other non-Christian faiths, as well as Christians, celebrate Christmas holidays, just as here we also celebrate all the Muslim feasts. One item of which we do have an oversupply in South Sudan is public ...

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