DAUGHTERS OF ST PAUL IN SOUTH SUDAN (2008)

Daughters of St Paul in South Sudan 2008

The 21st century saw Sudan embracing the Daughters of St Paul. This community was first opened on 25th January 2008, on the Feast of the Conversion of St Paul. The presence of the Daughters of St Paul in Sudan was a long-awaited response to a request by the Church of Sudan. The people of Sudan were in dire need of spiritual and moral support. “It is my prayer and hope that very soon, thanks to the help of Divine Providence, the Daughters of St Paul will be able to establish a community in Juba and to minister to the people of Sudan,” Rt Rev Paolino Lukudu Loro, Archbishop of Juba had said. At the moment, the young, vibrant community of the Daughters of St Paul lives in a rented house in Juba. The Archbishop is also renting to them a Catholic Bookshop situated near the Cathedral of Juba.

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