Anglican and Catholic Archbishops register for historic Sudan referendum

Posted by Kendall Harmon

(ACNS) In a spirit of fraternity, The Archbishop of the Episcopal Church of the Sudan and the Catholic Archbishop of Juba registered together at Hai Jalaba referendum registration centre today. But registering, they now qualify for voting on Referendum Polling Day scheduled for 9 January 2011. Accompanying them was the presidential advisor on Religious Affairs, H E Tijwok Adheaguer.

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1. Timothy Fountain wrote:

If you have a Sudanese community in your town, they might have to travel to a regional voting location.  Even if your church is small, offering/organizing rides for the people could be a significant outreach and a blessing to their hopes.

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