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Map of South Sudan (Courtesy of the University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin)

SIX YOUNG CANDIDATES SEEK TO JOIN THE COMBONI MISSIONARIES IN SOUTH SUDAN

25 November 2014 – A group of six young people have applied to join the Comboni Missionaries in South Sudan. They are willing to surrender their lives as consecrated men to the service of the Gospel in the footstep of St. Daniel Comboni.

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YOUTHS CRY FOR HELP FOR 45,000 IDPS IN FANGAK COUNTY

24 November 2014 – (www.gurtong.net – 23 Nov.) - The influx of the displaced persons (IDPs) from eastern sisterly Pigi County to Old Fangak Payam of Fangak County has been ongoing for the last couple of weeks.

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SOUTH SUDAN'S MILITARY CASUALTIES TOP 20,000

23 November 2014 – (radiotamazuj.org / 23 Nov.) - Both sides in South Sudan’s civil war have suffered heavy losses since fighting began late last year, leaving tens of thousands of women widowed and children orphaned.

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BISHOP LOKU CALLS ON CHRISTIANS TO PRAY FOR NEW PRIESTS

24 November 2014 – (Catholic Radio Network) - The Auxiliary Bishop of the Catholic Archdiocese of Juba called on Christians to pray for the two new priests to be strong in carrying on their ministry.

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POPE FRANCIS: PEOPLE AND NOT MONEY CREATE DEVELOPMENT

22 November 2014 – (Vatican Radio / 21 November) - Saying people and not money create development, Pope Francis called on Thursday for courageous initiatives to rethink our economic system and not become slaves of money. His remarks came in a video message delivered to participants attending a Festival of Social Doctrine in the Italian city of Verona promoted by the local Church.

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THE CIVIL SOCIETY ROLE DEBATE: S. SUDAN EXAMPLE

24 November 2014 – (Mohamed el-Shabik - 23/11/14) - Summary: The controversial issue regarding the roles of civil society when these diverge from their areas of expertise.

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