- Created on Thursday, 27 October 2016 06:26
27 October 2016 – A group of Young Christian Students have been enrolled in the YCS movement of Sacred Heart Parish in Kajo-Keji County, South Sudan.
- Created on Wednesday, 26 October 2016 14:04
26 October 2016 – Four counties of the Greater Kajo keji area in South Sudan held a peace workshop on 22nd October 2016. It was a very important moment for the communities of the area to discuss about the challenges they are facing concerning the life of the people in Kajo keji, especially issues of security.
- Created on Sunday, 16 October 2016 16:06
16 October 2016 – The ‘Good Shepherd Peace Centre’ has been inaugurated in Juba this Saturday 15 October 2016. The inauguration ceremony took place within the Eucharistic celebration presided over by the Apostolic Nuncio to Kenya and South Sudan, Archbishop Charles Daniel Balvo, at Kit, where the Peace Centre is located, just about 12 kilometres away from Juba downtown.
‘YOUNG CHRISTIAN STUDENTS’ WILLING TO BRING CHRIST INTO THE STUDENTS' WORLD IN SOUTH SUDAN’S KAJO-KEJI
- Created on Friday, 21 October 2016 09:42
21 October 2016 – Sacred Heart Parish in Kajo-Keji County, South Sudan, has enrolled a group of Young Christian Students (YCS) into the parish annual programme for youth. This particular group came from Pamojo Girls' Secondary School and Kiri Secondary School, in Kajo-Keji.
- Created on Tuesday, 11 October 2016 15:41
11 October 2016 – (By Bill Firman) - The senseless violence continues in South Sudan and an early end to conflict looks increasingly remote. It is hard to be clear on exactly what is happening when there is so much denial of the truth and deliberate misinformation and disinformation. It was reported yesterday that ‘South Sudan's National Security Service arrested and tortured a journalist over an article that allegedly criticized President Salva Kiir for failing the country.’ The report went on to say: ‘South Sudan has intensified its crackdown on journalists since about mid-2013 before the current civil war started and continuing to-date.’ There are often rumours of fighting and impending attacks that never eventuate but it is also true that access to areas where there is fighting is denied to those who might report critically.
- Created on Monday, 17 October 2016 14:28
17 October 2016 – (By Daniele Moschetti) - The project of the combined Catholic Religious in South Sudan (RSASS) to build a centre for human, pastoral and spiritual formation, peace building and trauma healing for South Sudanese at Kit near Juba, was launched officially by Archbishop Paulino Lukudu Loro on 11th October 2014. On Saturday, 15th October, 2016, this centre, now named the ‘Good Shepherd Peace Centre’ was officially blessed and opened by the Apostolic Nuncio to South Sudan, Archbishop Charles Balvo, assisted by the Archbishop of Juba, three other Bishops, an Apostolic Administrator and a large number of Diocesan and Religious priests, Brothers and Sisters. A crowd or more than 800 people, including several ambassadors and local dignitaries, gathered for this joyful occasion.