An analysis by Susan Nagele for the Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns
Stranded in a remote area of South Sudan, Gabe Hurrish encounters the Toposa people.
Fourth Sunday of Easter: Susan Nagele preaches on the Good Shepherd.
Having suffered for generations, South Sudanese are mentally prepared for this coronavirus.
Missioner physician Susan Nagele reflects on her past experiences with epidemics in Africa.
No reported cases—yet—but South Sudan is ill-prepared to handle the coronavirus pandemic.
Cautious hope and unresolved issues after the recent implementation of a unity government
Twenty years after almost dying from kala-azar, a young man thanks God—and Maryknoll.
Despite squalor and desperation, ‘God is our joy!’
My first Christmas with the Toposa of southern Sudan
In Juba, South Sudan, fruit vendor Ivan and his wheelbarrow will show you the way