Juba: Workshop on Interculturality

From October 25th to the 27th 2018, the Local Superiors of the Comboni Missionaries of the South Sudan Province and some confreres between the ages of 45-60 were invitedto attend a three-day-workshop on the theme of Interculturality, keeping in mind that the whole Institute will be dedicating 2019 to reflect on this topic.The facilitator was Fr. Edward Kanyike, Provincial of […]

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Life is beautiful in spite of the horrors of war

Life is beautiful in spite of the horrors of war when: Children live their childhood and use their imagination to create their games. Children out of their inventiveness produce their own toys with common materials or waste. Children play freely and without any fear of war or becoming child soldiers Children pray to God for peace, reconciliation and unity among […]

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A story of Love to the mission with St Daniel Comboni

From a well to a dignified Catholic mission Comboni Day (10/10) 2018 was a very special one in mapuordit because the community celebrated the 25th anniversary of the catholic presence. Saint Josephine Bakhita Parish was established in 1993. Before then, there was practically nothing if not a well to fetch water. Today, the mission counts three Comboni – nursery, primary […]

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Life is beautiful in spite of the horrors of war

Life is beautiful in spite of the horrors of war when the youth: Work together to improve their environment; Do community services, common work and practice Christian charity; Try to live as brothers and sisters in the family of God: the Church; Practice sports as a way to live in communion and peace; Dream in a country that the youth […]

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Comboni’s Day Celebrations in Tali

Tali is a Missionary post placed at about 180 km. Northwest of the South Sudanese capital, Juba. Tali was opened in 1954, but  the Comboni Missionaries were obliged to leave it after their expulsion from Sudan in 1964. This missionary commitment was established anew in 2006, among the joyful canticles of the Mundari people who welcomed Fr. Markus Körber as […]

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New personnel is our critical need

When the Church speaks of a ‘preferential option for the poor’, South Sudan is certainly one such place needing preferential assistance. A couple of weeks ago, I wrote to the leaders of Religious Congregations, seeking new members willing to embrace our valuable ministry in South Sudan.  Inter alia, I asserted,  The first ten years have seen us become a well-established, recognised […]

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