Stay with Sudan: Build a Future
Read more about Malual Deng Duots, a graduate student at Villanova University and Lost Boy of Sudan, and hear him share his own story.
Congratulations to Danielle Alio, Junior Communications major at Cabrini College, who produced this piece on Malual and won a two-week mission trip to Asia with Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers because her exceptional journalism on behalf of human rights and social justice. Danielle and Kelsey Kastrava also wrote this piece on Malual.
The University of Notre Dame has extended the Playing for Peace idea to Mens Lacrosse. April 10th, Notre Dame hosted Georgetown and had a halftime prayer, peace photo and online advocacy petition to draw public attention to situation in Sudan and encourage policymakers to support lifesaving programs that will lead to peace and development in Sudan through the FY12 Budget. Thank you to Kevin Dugan, Patrick McCormick and the Notre Dame community for their great work!
Photo Credit: Mike Bennett/University of Notre Dame for CRS
Your consistent prayers, advocacy, and campus engagement helped lead to a peaceful referendum in Sudan this past January. It was against all odds, a true miracle. Please continue to stay with the people of Sudan and help them build a better future. Southern Sudan is set to become a new country on July 9th, 2011. At that point, it will emerge as one of the poorest nations on earth. To learn about how you can help visit: http://peaceinsudan.crs.org for resources and then use your own creativity and ideas to help promote peace.
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Thanks for all you have done to promote peace in Sudan!!!
In an effort to support your incorporation of global issues into your syllabi, CRS offers a robust listing of articles, books and Catholic Social Thought related to issues of international poverty and development. These resources will work well both for classroom use, and potentially for your own research.
For Campus Ministers, Social Justice Staff, and Students
Together we are making a critical difference in the world. Because of our joint efforts, congressional legislation is reflecting global needs, individuals are receiving the care and support deserving of their human dignity, and campus communities are being transformed. Lets passionately continue our work!
I am attached to the university environment, which was my own world for many years, by love for the search for the truth, by compassion, by the frank and respectful dialogue between reciprocal positions. – Pope Benedict XVI