By Isaac Vuni
February 10, 2008 (JUBA) — The Catholic Archbishop Archdiocese of Juba, His Grace Paulino Lukudu Loro has, today appeals to all Christians in Sudan to embrace justice and reconciliation process as the best way of forgiving each other especially during this year period of Lent that commands all faithful Christina to forgive and opening a new life in Jesus Christ with all people of God one might have offended in one way or the other.
The prelate made the appeal when officiating Lent Sunday service at St. Theresa Cathedral Kator today. He further urged all God feared people in Sudan particularly Southern Sudan to seriously devote more of their time for reading and reflecting on biblical messages that commands every Christiana to forgive each other at all cost.
Lent Sunday is a vital moment in Christianity that obliged every Christian to fast, meditate and forgive every person he or she might have wrong in one way or the other.
“We in Southern Sudan today need more time of devotion and reflection on bible so that we are able to forgive each other after wronging each other for more than two decades of bitter war, surely we need to seek solace with God;” said Archbishop Loro.
His grace announced to the congregation that the Papal Ambassador to Sudan, His grace Leo Roccoardi will officially visits the Archdiocese of Juba for six days as from February 12th and will on the coming Sunday ordain three seminarians from St. Paul Seminary to the Order of Diaconate.
The Papal Ambassador will also visit some selected parishes and government of Southern Sudan in order to acquaint himself with the present system of governance during the CPA era.