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In south Sudan, in the Episcopal (Anglican) Church of Sudan (ECS), the diocese of Rumbek (with the help of the American evangelical organization Samaritan's Purse) recently opened 10 churches in one month.
June 26, 2013 (JUBA) - Ministers in South Sudan's Lakes state are expected to discuss the fate of Good News Radio on Thursday, and will consider closing the broadcaster that belongs to the Catholic Diocese of Rumbek.
James Kon, church secretary of the Episcopal Church of Sudan (a member of the Anglican Communion) diocese of Rumbek, says the crosses are a sign of hope and strength, a sign that "we are not going to surrender as Christians.
However, the catholic diocese of Rumbek has carryout communication with various catholic unit and home of late bishop.
Odong also reported that some teachers serving in diocesan Comboni schools, face financial discrimination because of the erroneous claim that the Catholic diocese of Rumbek is financially endowed thanks to multiple donors and school fees paid by pupils and that it can afford to pay well all its teachers.
By Manyang Mayom January 25, 2011 (RUMBEK) - Good News Radio, based in the Catholic Diocese of Rumbek, Lakes state, marks its one year since it started transmission - it has been twelve months of morning (06h30 -- 10h00) and evening (17h30 -- 22h30) daily broadcasting.
By Manyang Mayom January 19, 2011 (RUMBEK) - The Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Rumbek (DOR), Lordship Caesar Mazzolari, is on his way to Italy to raise funds to support schools in the Catholic dioceses of Sudan, both in the north and south of the country.
The Governor recognized the work of the Church in Southern Sudan, and especially in Lakes State, citing the various learning institutions established and managed by the Catholic Diocese of Rumbek during the war and after.