COMBONI MISSIONARIES REMEMBER DECEASED MEMBERS

Created on Wednesday, 12 November 2014 10:01 12 November 2014 – The month of November is traditionally a time for Christians worldwide to make memory of all saints and also to remember their deceased. In fact, the Church dedicates two special days, 1 November for all saints and 2 November for the faithful departed, as particular days of prayer.   […]

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UNMISS CHIEF URGES ‘VOLUNTARY RETURN’ OF DISPLACED

Created on Thursday, 11 December 2014 18:13 11 December 2014 – (radiotamazuj.org – 11 Dec.) – Ellen Margrethe Loej, Special Representative of UN Secretary-General and Head of United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS), gave the following address at a press conference today in Juba, South Sudan. She said that the UN ‘protection sites’ should only be temporary and noted […]

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MPS SEEK TO CALM SITUATION IN NIMULE

Created on Monday, 08 December 2014 06:24 8 December 2014 – (radiotamazuj.org – 7 Dec.) – Members of the state and national parliaments visited Nimule town in Eastern Equatoria on Sunday seeking to calm the situation and quell rumors that had caused a large number of people to flee to Uganda in the last few days.   Nimule lies at […]

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FIRST EVANGELIZATION, ABORTION AND FORMATION OF CONSCIENCES: AN OPEN LETTER BY A COMBONI MISSIONARY

Created on Saturday, 06 December 2014 06:03 6 December 2014 – A Comboni Missionary writes an open letter to the XVIII General Chapter of the Comboni Missionaries that will take place in 2015. Among the many challenges and important issues concerning mission today, Fr. Francesco Chemello, a missionary working in Leer, South Sudan, raises the question: “in our first evangelization, […]

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AFRICAN UNION COMMUNIQUÉ ON SOUTH SUDAN

Created on Saturday, 06 December 2014 15:02 6 December 2014 – (radiotamazuj.org – 6 Dec.) – The African Union announced yesterday that it was deeply concerned that the South Sudanese warring parties have back-tracked on previous agreements and also failed to meet a 15-day deadline set by mediators for completing consultations on a power-sharing proposal.   Sitting in Addis Ababa, […]

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SOUTH SUDAN AMONG 'HIGHLY CORRUPTED' COUNTRIES, SAYS CORRUPTION PERCEPTIONS INDEX

Created on Friday, 05 December 2014 06:10 5 December 2014 – Transparency International, a Germany-based non-governmental organization that monitors and publicizes corporate and political corruption in international development, has published its 2014 annual Corruption Perceptions Index.   South Sudan appears raking 171 out of 175 countries and scores 15 out of 100. That rank makes the world’s youngest nation to […]

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