Catholic Church in Sudan

In Sudan, St. Joseph Vocational Training Center offers students the opportunity to have hands-on learning in renewable energy. Credit: Salesian Missions

On World Day of Poor, Salesians Highlight Social Initiatives for Africa’s Vulnerable Youth

Nov 14, 2022

On the annual event of the World Day of the Poor marked November 13, the leadership of the U.S—based development arm of the Religious Institute of the Salesians of Don Bosco (SDB), Salesian Missions, has highlighted social initiatives for vulnerable youth across the globe, including Africa.

Archbishop Luís Miguel Muñoz Cárdaba, Apostolic Nuncio in Sudan. Credit: Vatican Media

“Work hard in your Dioceses to improve evangelization”: Nuncio in Sudan to Bishops

Oct 28, 2022

The Apostolic Nuncio in Sudan has encouraged Catholic Bishops in Sudan and South Sudan to make every effort “to improve evangelization” in their respective Episcopal Sees.

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Human Rights Entity Lauds Dismissal of Apostasy Case against Christian Converts in Sudan

Sep 13, 2022

The UK-based human rights foundation, Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW), has welcomed the dismissal of a case against four men who were accused of apostasy in Sudan.

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Sudanese Authorities Urged to Investigate Murder of Catholic Permanent Deacon’s Children

Aug 27, 2022

The UK-based human rights foundation, Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW), is calling for a speedy investigation into the murder of three children of a Catholic Permanent Deacon following an attack by extremists on their ’s home in Sudan.

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Christian Entity Concerned about Criminal Prosecution of Sudanese Converts to Christianity

Aug 21, 2022

The criminal prosecution of four Sudanese men who converted from Islam to Christianity is an issue of concern to the leadership of the UK-based human rights foundation, Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW).

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Why South Sudan Needs Now More Than Ever Leaders like Country’s Celebrated Catholic Bishop

Aug 17, 2022

Today, more than ever before, South Sudan needs more leaders like Bishop Paride Taban, the celebrated Bishop Emeritus of the Catholic Diocese of Torit, to stand up to the poor governance of the East-Central African country.

St. Joseph Vocational Training Center offers students opportunity to have hands-on learning in renewable energy. Credit: Salesian Missions

Salesians in Sudan Empowering Youths with Skills in Renewable Energy

Aug 13, 2022

Members of the Religious Institute of the Salesians of Don Bosco (SDB) are empowering young people in Sudan with skills in the field of renewable energy.

The site of the attempted demolition in Omdurman. Credit: CSW

Christian Human Rights Foundation Decries Move to Demolish Church Properties in Sudan

May 26, 2022

Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW), a UK-based human rights foundation, has condemned the approval by a Sudanese court to demolish properties belonging to a church in Omdurman, Sudan’s second city, noting that the move thwarts efforts to promote religious freedom in the country.  

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 Macram Max Gassis. Credit: AMECEA

Catholic Bishop in Sudan Concerned about Inter-Communal Violence, Appeals for Dialogue

Mar 15, 2022

The Catholic Bishop emeritus of El Obeid Diocese in Sudan, Bishop Macram Max Gassis, has expressed concern about inter-communal violence in the Abyei Administrative Area (AAA) in the Northeastern African country along the border with South Sudan.

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

Human Rights Agency Condemns Closing Down of Catholic-owned Building in Sudan

Mar 7, 2022

UK-based human rights foundation, Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW), has condemned the closing down of a building owned by the Catholic Church in Sudan where worshippers from different religions in the Northeastern African country meet for social activities and prayers.