|On 3 February, Pope Francis travelled to South Sudan, where he will remain until 5 February, meeting with the country’s civil authorities, Catholics, internally displaced people, and other Christians.
Fr. Jim Greene MAFr, an Irish priest and Executive Director of Solidarity with South Sudan, spoke to Vatican News from Juba, the country’s capital.
In an interview with John Baptist Tumusiime, he discussed the Pope’s visit, the anticipation building around it, and the importance of its ecumenical aspect.
Read HERE the complete interview to Fr Jim Greene, the Solidarity executive Director
Credits to Vatican News
Photo credits CNA
04 February 2023
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