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Resilient South Sudanese women deserve peace, respect and dignity

Scholasticah Nganda, a member of the Congregation of the Sisters of Mercy and director of the pastoral programmes of Solidarity with South Sudan, tells of her experience, emphasising the need to support South Sudanese women and girls, who are the main victims of the violence of the armed conflicts in their country.

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South Sudan and DRC need the Pope to go there for Peace and Reconciliation – Interview to Maria Carmen Ocón

“When I met the Pope in person at an audience through the congregation, he encouraged me to continue in the mission. He said to me: “Keep carrying the Good News wherever it is needed.” I believe that what the Pope wants from us missionaries is that we continue to be witnesses of the Good News of Christ precisely close to the people who suffer, close to the poor. That is why, perhaps, we missionaries have a place in his heart”

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Celebrating South Sudan Independece Day by “dancing for Peace”

Tomorrow is South Sudan’s Independence Day, we want to remember it with a story that tells the hope of seeing the South Sudanese people truly united under the same flag. A dream that is still possible: “Our dance is for everyone. Even though we are from different tribes, we dance together.”

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