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BISHOPS DECLARE THAT THE SOUTH SUDANESE NATION 'HAS ABANDONED GOD'

01 February 2015 – (radiotamazuj.org - 1 Feb. 2015) - The Catholic bishops of South Sudan have declared after a three-day meeting in the capital that the nation "has abandoned the ways of God" by waging an "evil war." The bishops called on political leaders to do more than "hand-shakes in front of TV cameras" to end the civil war.

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HOLY SEE TO UN SECURITY COUNCIL: PROTECT WOMEN AND GIRLS IN CONFLICT ZONES

01 February 2015 – (www.news.va - 2015-01-31) - The  Permanent Observer Mission of the Holy See to the United Nations on Friday told the UN Security Council spoke about the dangers posed to innocent civilians, especially women and girls, in armed conflicts.

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CATHOLIC RELIGIOUS, MISSIONARIES CELEBRATE CONSECRATED LIFE IN JUBA

31 January 2015 – (Catholic Radio Network) - Catholic religious and missionaries in South Sudan are celebrating consecrated life in Juba Archdiocese.

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RELIGIOUS SUPERIORS’ ASSOCIATION CALLS FOR FORGIVENESS OF THE PAST

01 February 2015 – (Catholic Radio Network) - Religious Superiors’ Association of South Sudan or RSASS is calling for forgiveness of past events in the God beloved country to bring joy, hope and future.

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AU OPTS FOR SILENCE ON SOUTH SUDAN WAR CRIMES AS TALKS STALL

30 January 2015 – (radiotamazuj.org - 30 Jan. 2015) - The African Union has deferred the presentation of a report on the war crimes that have been reported in South Sudan as leaders of the two forces accused of perpetrating them failed to reach a peace deal during negotiations at the Sheraton Hotel in Addis Ababa on Thursday.

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MESSAGE FROM THE SOUTH SUDAN CATHOLIC BISHOPS: “GO DEEPER”

31 January 2015 – The Catholic bishops of South Sudan, meeting in Juba from 28th – 30th January 2015, with the Apostolic Nuncio to Kenya and South Sudan, the Archbishop Charles Daniel Balvo, have issued a message “on the disastrous war” in South Sudan and have shown concerns “about the escalation of the conflict and the uncertain prospects for peace”.

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