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Latest stories: Malakal Diocese

Sr. Elena Balatti of the Comboni Missionary Sisters (CMS) alongside participants in the peacebuilding workshop at Akobo, South Sudan, on 9 January 2022. Credit: Sr. Elena Balatti, CMS

Involve Youth in South Sudan’s Peace Talks, Catholic Missionary Sister in the Country Says

Jan 12, 2022

Young people in South Sudan are a key element in the conflicts in the East-Central Africa nation, a Catholic Missionary Sister serving in the country has said and proposed the inclusion of the youth in the country’s ongoing peace talks.

Pope Francis greets pilgrims in St. Peter's Square on Feb. 26, 2020. Credit: Daniel Ibáñez/CNA.

Pope Francis Reaches Out to Flood Victims in South Sudan’s Malakal Diocese with Donation

Dec 9, 2021

Pope Francis has reached out to the people of God affected by floods in South Sudan’s Catholic Diocese of Malakal with an additional donation of US$30,000.00.

Pope Francis waves to pilgrims during his March 28, 2018 general audience in St. Peter's Square./ Daniel Ibáñez/CNA.

Pope Francis Reaches Out to Flood Victims in South Sudan’s Malakal Diocese with Donation

Oct 5, 2021

Pope Francis has reached out to the people of God affected by floods in South Sudan’s Catholic Diocese of Malakal with a donation of US$75,000.00.

Bishop-elect for South Sudan’s Rumbek on 27 April 2021 at the Nairobi Hospital where he is being treated for gunshot injuries in his legs. Credit: ACI Africa

“I’m well, improving, I’ll be with you”: Bishop-elect to South Sudan’s Rumbek Community

Apr 28, 2021

The Bishop-elect for South Sudan’s Rumbek Diocese who is nursing gunshot injuries in Nairobi, Kenya, has sought to reassure the people of God in Rumbek that he is out of danger and that he plans to return  to the South Sudanese Diocese.

The Cargo boat acquired by the Diocese of Malakal in South Sudan. / ACI Africa

South Sudan’s Malakal Diocese Constructs Cargo Boat to Tackle Poor Transport Menace

Sep 30, 2020

Poor road transport in South Sudan’s Diocese of Malakal has motivated the vast Diocese to build its first ever cargo boat for transporting construction materials from the country’s capital Juba as well as to facilitate pastoral ministry in the East-Central African country, the Bishop has told ACI Africa.