Gabe Hurrish remembers South Sudanese Bishop Paride Taban.
Susan Nagele remembers Bishop Paride Taban, the most compassionate, personable and kind bishop she ever worked for.
Gabe Hurrish reflects on his life as a missioner.
In rural South Sudan, many children have to stand guard on a platform, shouting and yelling to chase birds away from sorghum.
From rural South Sudan, Gabe Hurrish reflects on one of Maryknoll Lay Missioners’ core values: simple living
After two and a half years in Kuron Peace Village, Gabe Hurrish is now working in parish ministry in South Sudan.
Among the world’s poorest of the poor, Gabe Hurrish finds an incredible spirit of generosity and humility.
Gabe Hurrish takes inspiration from Jesus’ example of walking with the disciples on their way to Emmaus.
Pope Francis’ words during his visit to the DRC and South Sudan resonate with contemporary notions of mission.
Gabe Hurrish reflects on the upside-down challenges of the Beatitudes in war-torn South Sudan.
A glimpse of the Toposas’ Christmas Mass at Kuron Peace Village in South Sudan