- Jan 19, 2021
Catholic Relief Services fired its country representative in Sudan after allegations of verbal abuse and racism.
Sudanese people can now “worship and practice their various religious beliefs without fear,” said the general secretary of the Sudanese bishops’ conference.
As rising flood waters claim lives and displace thousands in Sudan, church and church-related humanitarian agencies are responding to the disaster caused by unusually heavy rains around sources of the Nile River.
A peace deal between the Sudanese government and rebel groups is “a small step in the long path toward a durable, prosperous peace.”
Sudan’s transitional government and a powerful rebel group that controls large swaths of the country’s restive south said Friday they have agreed to resume peace talks, a development that boosts hopes of ending the country’s decades-long civil wars.
VATICAN CITY — Even while enjoying a summer break, people should not forget those who are suffering because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Pope Francis said Aug. 16 after reciting the Angelus prayer with visitors in St. Peter’s Square. The pope’s call for prayers for those who have lost their jobs