He was born in Dhornyal, Adok, in 1942. His father Nuor Liet and his mother Nyawat were not baptised at that time. The young Yoach Nuor grew up as a strong Nuer man and a warrior. He never thought, at Continue reading →
He was born on 20 July, 1966, in Panyiich, a village near Ganyliel. His parents were not baptised. He grew up like any other Nuer boy. At the age of thirteen he was initiated. Six lines were cut on his Continue reading →
Women have played important roles in the Catholic Church in Africa. They are the ones that carry on the most activities in the communities. Many of them are catechists. Mary Nyaluak Luny involves in the Church’s ministry.
It may be a small and insignificant place but Tumaco, in the south west of the country, has it “importance” on the world stage: the city is the largest producer with 19,546 hectares under cultivation, 11% of the country’s production. Continue reading →
It was when he read the life of Saint Daniel Comboni that he first felt the Comboni missionary calling. The war in the north of his country confirmed his decision to follow this path. Today he is working in Spain, Continue reading →
Father Donald Maripe Magoma, a Comboni Missionary from South Africa, talks about his vocation and his mission. He has encountered many obstacles, with no end in sight, but he has never given up. Today he flies on eagle wings.
Every two hours a woman disappears due to gender violence and human trafficking. Sister Benjamine Kimala Nanga, a Comboni missionary from Chad works for the prevention and reporting of human trafficking.