Archdiocese of Khartoum

Fr. Zobinou Komlan Hubert. Credit: Courtesy Photo

It’s “very difficult to survive”: Catholic Missionary Priest on Situation in Sudan

Jun 7, 2023

It is becoming more and more difficult to make ends meet in Sudan amid ongoing violence and lack of basic needs, including food, water, and electricity, a Catholic Missionary Priest in the country’s capital city, Khartoum, has said. 

Bishop Carlassare receives the Holy Bible from Gabriel Cardinal Zubeir Wako during the March 25 Episcopal Ordination held at Holy Father Cathedral of the Diocese of Rumbek. Credit: Courtesy Photo

Guide Faithful to be Disciples of Jesus Christ: Cardinal in Sudan to New Bishop of Rumbek

Mar 25, 2022

The Archbishop Emeritus of Sudan’s Khartoum Archdiocese has told the newly ordained Bishop of Rumbek Diocese in South Sudan to guide the people of God in his Episcopal See to be disciples of Jesus Christ.

Bishop Erkolano Lodu Tombe of Yei Diocese, South Sudan

“Don’t return us to war, we are fed up”: South Sudanese Bishop to Unity Government Leaders

Feb 28, 2020

Few days after rival leaders in South Sudan formed a transitional coalition government to end years of political rivalry and conflict, the Local Ordinary of the country’s Diocese of Yei has called for servant leadership among coalition government leaders and urged the leaders in the East African country to work towards the long-awaited peace.

Sudanese Church of Christ after apparent razing and looting in Um Bartumbu, South Kordofan, Sudan, June 16, 2012. Credit: Eyes and Ears Nuba.

Three Church Buildings Reportedly Burned Down in Sudan

Jan 29, 2020

According to a local rights group in Sudan, three churches in a town were burnt down in December 2019 and quickly rebuilt, only to be burnt down again earlier this month.