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  1. 1. Pope Francis in Sudan
  2. 2. PROGRAMME OF POPE FRANCIS’ VISIT TO CONGO AND SUDAN Tuesday 31 January, 2023 - ROME - KINSHASA 7:55 Departure by airplane from Rome/Fiumicino International Airport to Kinshasa Greeting to journalists on the flight to Kinshasa 15:00 Arrival at Kinshasa “Ndjili” International Airport 15:00 Official Welcome 16:30 Welcome Ceremony at the “Palais de la Nation” 16:45 Courtesy Visit to the President of the Republic in the “Salle Présidentielle” of the “Palais de la Nation” 17:30 Meeting with Authorities, Civil Society and the Diplomatic Corps in the garden of the “Palais de la Nation” Wednesday, 1st February 2023 – KINSHASA 9:30 Holy Mass at “Ndolo” Airport 16:30 Meeting with Victims from the Eastern Part of the Country at the Apostolic Nunciature 18:30 Meeting with Representatives from some Charities at the Apostolic Nunciature Thursday, 2nd February 2023 – KINSHASA 9:30 Meeting with Young People and Catechists in Martyrs’ Stadium 16:30 Prayer Meeting with Priests, Deacons, Consecrated Persons and Seminarians in the Cathedral “Notre Dame du Congo” 18:30 Private meeting with Members of the Society of Jesus at the Apostolic Nunciature Friday, 3rd February 2023 - KINSHASA – JUBA 8:30 Meeting with Bishops at CENCO 10:10 Farewell Ceremony at Kinshasa “Ndjili” International Airport 10:40 Departure by airplane from Kinshasa “Ndjili” International Airport to Juba The Holy Father is making the Journey to South Sudan together with the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland 15:00 Arrival at Juba International Airport 15:00 Welcome Ceremony 15:45 Courtesy Visit to the President of the Republic at the Presidential Palace 16:15 Meeting with The Vice-Presidents of the Republic 17:00 Meeting with Authorities, Civil Society and the Diplomatic Corps in the garden of the Presidential Palace Saturday, 4 February 2023 – JUBA 9:00 Meeting with Bishops, Priests, Deacons, Consecrated Persons and Seminarians in the Cathedral of Saint Therese 11:00 Private meeting with Members of the Society of Jesus at the Apostolic Nunciature 16:30 Meeting with internally Displaced Persons in the “Freedom Hall” 18:00 Ecumenical Prayer at “John Garang” Mausoleum Sunday, 5 February 2023 - JUBA – ROME 8:45 Holy Mass at “John Garang” Mausoleum 11:00 Farewell Ceremony at Juba International Airport 11:30 Departure by airplane from Juba International Airport to Rome 17:30 Arrival at Rome Fiumicino International Airport
  3. 3. The South Sudanese government specifies that the colours of the flag are there to represent these descriptions of South Sudan: Black: Represents the people of South Sudan. Red: Represents blood that was shed for the independence of the country. Green: Represents the country's agricultural, natural wealth, land, as well as progress White: Represents South Sudan's peace attained after many years of the liberation struggle. Blue: Represents waters of the Nile River, a source of life for the country. Yellow: Represents unity (of the states), hope, and determination for all people.
  4. 4. MEETING WITH AUTHORITIES, CIVIL SOCIETY AND THE DIPLOMATIC CORPS Garden of the Presidential Palace (Juba) - Friday, 3rd February 2023
  5. 5. I have come with two brothers, the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, whom I thank for all that they will say to us. Together, stretching out our hands, we present ourselves to you and to this people in the name of Jesus Christ, the Prince of Peace.
  6. 6. You, distinguished leaders, are these springs: the springs that water the life of the community. You are called to renew the life of society as pure sources of prosperity and peace.
  7. 7. They need fathers, not overlords; they need steady steps towards development, not constant collapses. - History itself, will remember you if you work for the benefit of this people that you have been called to serve.
  8. 8. No more bloodshed, no more conflicts, no more violence and mutual recriminations about who is responsible for it, no more leaving your people athirst for peace
  9. 9. The abundant resources with which God has blessed this land should not be restricted to a few, but recognized as the legacy of all, and plans for economic recovery should coincide with proposals for an equitable distribution of wealth
  10. 10. a Republic. It preserves the healthy distinction of powers in such a way that, for example, those who administer justice can do so without interference from those who legislate or govern
  11. 11. Pope John XXIII: “Every human being has the right to life, to bodily integrity and to the means necessary for the proper development of life” (Pacem in Terris, 11).
  12. 12. In a world scarred by divisions and conflict, this country is hosting an ecumenical pilgrimage of peace, which is something rare; it represents a change of direction, an opportunity for South Sudan to resume sailing in calm waters, taking up dialogue, without duplicity and opportunism
  13. 13. Behind every form of violence, there is anger and resent-ment, and behind every form of anger and resentment, there is the unhealed memory of wounds, humiliations and wrongs. It follows that the only way to break free of these is through encounter, the culture of encounter: by accepting others as our brothers and sisters and making room for them
  14. 14. There is a need to look beyond groups and differences in order to journey as one people, which, as in the Nile, is enriched by the contribution of its various tributaries
  15. 15. let us not forget to ensure for them and for humanitarian workers the security and support they need for their charitable works, so that the river of goodness may continue to flow
  16. 16. We need the foresight to care for creation, for the sake of future generations. I think, in particular, of the need to combat the deforestation caused by profiteering
  17. 17. Corruption: - The inequitable distribution of funds, secret schemes to get rich, patronage deals, lack of transparency: all these pollute the riverbed of human society; they divert resources from the very things most needed
  18. 18. there is a need to control the flow of weapons that, despite bans, continue to arrive in many countries in the area, including South Sudan: many things are needed here, but surely not more instruments of death!
  19. 19. development of suitable healthcare policies, the need for vital infrastructures and especially the primary goal of promoting literacy and education
  20. 20. the children of this continent and of the world, they have the right to grow up holding in their hands notebooks and toys, not weapons and tools for labour.
  21. 21. As Saint John Paul II said thirty years ago in Sudan: “African solutions must be found to African problems” (Address at the Welcome Ceremony, 10 February 1993).
  22. 22. MEETING WITH BISHOPS, PRIESTS, DEACONS, CONSECRATED PERSONS AND SEMINARIANS Cathedral of Saint Therese (Juba) - Saturday, 4 February 2023
  23. 23. I am grateful to Bishop Tombe Trille for his words of greeting
  24. 24. priestly and diaconal ministry and also catechetical ministry, the ministry of teaching, which so many consecrated men and women, as well as the lay faithful, carry out
  25. 25. What was Moses’ mistake? He had put himself at the centre, and relied on his strength alone. Yet in this way, he remained trapped in the worst of our human ways of doing things: he had responded to violence with violence.
  26. 26. Let us allow ourselves to be drawn to the Lord and spend time with him in prayer. Let us daily approach the mystery of God, so that he can astonish us and burn away the dead wood of our pride and our immoderate ambitions, and make us humble travelling companions of all those entrusted to our care.
  27. 27. To inter-cede is thus to come down and place ourselves in the midst of our people, to act as a bridge that connects them to God.
  28. 28. the art of intercession, let us look at Moses’ hands. 1 - Moses with staff in hand, 2 - Moses with outstretched hands, 3 - Moses with his hands raised to heaven.
  29. 29. Moses’ prophecy. With that staff, he works wonders, signs of God’s presence and power; he speaks in God’s name, forcefully denouncing the oppression that the people are suffering - it is necessary to extend our arms to our brothers and sisters, to support them on their journey; to caress God’s flock.
  30. 30. Look at how Moses prayed: he was tired. Yet, he did not step back: ever close to God, he did not turn his back on his people. This is also our job.
  31. 31. Moses with his hands raised to heaven - he did not sell out the people for his own interests! He interceded, he wrestled with God; he kept his arms raised in prayer while his brethren battled in the valley below (cf. Ex 17:8-16). Bringing the struggles of the people before God in prayer, obtaining forgiveness for them, administering reconciliation as channels of God’s mercy: this is our task as intercessors
  32. 32. Let us think of Saint Daniele Comboni, who with his missionary brothers carried out a great work of evangelization in this land. https://www.slideshare.net/pmartinflynn/saint-daniel-comboni-bishop-missionary-in-africapptx
  33. 33. Only with peace, stability and justice can there be development and social reintegration. MEETING WITH INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS “Freedom Hall” (Juba) - Saturday, 4 February 2023
  34. 34. I would like to thank Deputy Special Representative Sara Beysolow Nyanti for telling us that today represents an opportunity for people to realize what has been going on for years in this country.
  35. 35. mothers, women are the key to transforming the country. If they receive the proper opportunities, through their industriousness and their natural gift of protecting life, they will have the ability to change the face of South Sudan, to give it a peaceful and cohesive development!
  36. 36. you will be the trees that absorb the pollution of years of violence and restore the oxygen of fraternity.
  37. 37. you are all brothers and sisters, children on earth of God in heaven, the Father of us all.
  38. 38. We need a new chapter of encounter, which does not forget past sufferings, but radiates the joyful light of fraternity.
  39. 39. I would also like to honour the many humanitarian workers who have lost their lives, and to plead for respect for those who offer help and for the structures that assist the population; they should not become targets of assaults and vandalism.
  40. 40. The three of us, as brothers, will give the blessing: together with my brother Justin and my brother Iain, we will give all of you the blessing. With it comes the blessing of so many of our Christian brothers and sisters in the world, who embrace and encourage you, knowing that you, your faith, your inner strength and your dreams of peace, radiate all the beauty of our shared humanity.
  41. 41. That strength came to him from listening to the Lord (cf. vv. 2-4), who had promised him that he was about to manifest his glory. Union with God, trust in him, cultivated by prayer: this was the secret of the strength that enabled Moses to lead the people from oppression to freedom ECUMENICAL PRAYER “John Garang” Mausoleum (Juba) – Saturday, 4 February 2023
  42. 42. Christ “is our peace” precisely because he restores unity. It is he who “made both groups into one and has broken down the dividing wall, that is, the hostility between us” (cf. Eph 2:14).
  43. 43. Scripture tells us that “the children of God and the children of the devil are revealed in this way: all who do not do what is right are not from God, nor are those who do not love their brothers and sisters” (1 Jn 3:10).
  44. 44. The love of Christians is not only for those close to us, but for everyone, for in Jesus each person is our neighbour, our brother or sister – even our enemies (cf. Mt 5: 38-48).
  45. 45. It is a beautiful thing that, amid situations of great conflict, those who profess the Christian faith have never fragmented the people but have been, and continue to be, a factor of unity. Martyrs of the catholic and anglican church in Uganda https://www.slideshare.net/pmartinflynn/martyrs-of-ugandapptx
  46. 46. “Continue to assist them, never acting as competitors but as members of a family, brothers and sisters who, by their compassion for the suffering, the beloved of Jesus, give glory to God and bear witness to the fellowship he loves”. Recalling Pope Francis encounter with Most Rev. Stanley Ntagali, Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, 8 years previous – 28-11-2015 - https://www.slideshare.net/pmartinflynn/pope-francis-in-africa-2-editionpptx
  47. 47. HOLY MASS “John Garang” Mausoleum (Juba) - Sunday, 5 February 2023 “When I came to you, brethren, I did not come proclaiming to you the testimony of God in lofty words or wisdom. For I decided to know nothing among you except Jesus Christ and him crucified” (1 Cor 2:1-2).
  48. 48. “You are the salt of the earth... You are the light of the world” (Mt 5:13-14). the Beatitudes are the salt of the Christian life, because they bring the wisdom of heaven down to earth
  49. 49. to be blessed, to be happy and fulfilled, we must not aim to be strong, rich and powerful, but humble, meek, merciful; to do no evil to anyone, but to be peacemakers for everyone.
  50. 50. Salt is a tiny ingredient and, once placed on food, it disappears, it dissolves; yet precisely in that way it seasons the whole dish. In the same way, even though we are tiny and frail, even when our strength seems paltry before the magnitude of our problems and the blind fury of violence, we Christians are able to make a decisive contribution to changing history.
  51. 51. let us lay down the weapons of hatred and revenge, in order to take up those of prayer and charity.
  52. 52. “I will give you as a light to the nations, that my salvation may reach to the end of the earth” (Is 49:6). - God the Father has sent his Son, who is the light of the world (cf. Jn 8:12), the true light that enlightens every person and every people, the light that shines in the darkness and dispels every cloud of gloom (cf. Jn 1:5.9).
  53. 53. we are called to radiate light, to give brightness to our cities, our villages and homes, our acquaintances and all our daily activities by our lives and good works.
  54. 54. South Sudan possesses a courageous Church, with close ties to the Church in Sudan, as the Archbishop noted in referring to Saint Josephine Bakhita, a great woman who by God’s grace transformed into hope all the sufferings that she endured. - As Pope Benedict observed: “The hope born in her which had ‘redeemed’ her she could not keep to herself; this hope had to reach many, to reach everybody” (Spe Salvi, 3).
  55. 55. we entrust to Mother Mary, Queen of Peace, the cause of peace in South Sudan and in the entire African continent. To Our Lady we also entrust peace in our world, especially in the many countries at war
  56. 56. LIST OF PRESENTATIONS IN ENGLISH Revised 1-11-2022 Advent and Christmas – time of hope and peace All Souls Day Amoris Laetitia – ch 1 – In the Light of the Word Amoris Laetitia – ch 2 – The Experiences and Challenges of Families Amoris Laetitia – ch 3 - Looking to Jesus, the Vocation of the Family Amoris Laetitia – ch 4 - Love in Marriage Amoris Laetitia – ch 5 – Love made Fruitfuol Amoris Laetitia – ch 6 – Some Pastoral Perspectives Amoris Laetitia – ch 7 – Towards a better education of children Amoris Laetitia – ch 8 – Accompanying, discerning and integrating weaknwss Amoris Laetitia – ch 9 – The Spirituality of Marriage and the Family Beloved Amazon 1ª – A Social Dream Beloved Amazon 2 - A Cultural Dream Beloved Amazon 3 – An Ecological Dream Beloved Amazon 4 - An Ecclesiastical Dream Carnival Conscience Christ is Alive Deus Caritas est 1,2– Benedict XVI Fatima, History of the Apparitiions Familiaris Consortio (FC) 1 – Church and Family today Familiaris Consortio (FC) 2 - God’s plan for the family Familiaris Consortio (FC) 3 – 1 – family as a Community Familiaris Consortio (FC) 3 – 2 – serving life and education Familiaris Consortio (FC) 3 – 3 – mission of the family in society Familiaris Consortio (FC) 3 – 4 - Family in the Church Familiaris Consortio (FC) 4 Pastoral familiar Football in Spain Freedom Grace and Justification Haurietis aquas – devotion to the Sacred Heart by Pius XII Holidays and Holy Days Holy Spirit Holy Week – drawings for children Holy Week – glmjpses of the last hours of JC Human Community Inauguration of President Donald Trump Juno explores Jupiter Kingdom of Christ Saint Leo the Great Saint Luke, evangelist Saint Margaret, Queen of Scotland Saint Maria Goretti Saint Mary Magdalen Saint Mark, evangelist Saint Martha, Mary and Lazarus Saint Martin de Porres Saint Martin of Tours Sain Matthew, Apostle and Evangelist Saint Maximilian Kolbe Saint Mother Theresa of Calcutta Saints Nazario and Celso Saint John Chrysostom Saint Jean Baptiste MarieaVianney, Curé of Ars Saint John N. Neumann, bishop of Philadelphia Saint John of the Cross Saint Mother Teresa of Calcuta Saint Patrick and Ireland Saing Peter Claver Saint Robert Bellarmine Saint Therese of Lisieux Saints Simon and Jude, Apostles Saint Stephen, proto-martyr Saint Thomas Becket Saint Thomas Aquinas Saints Zachary and Elizabeth, parents of John Baptist Signs of hope Sunday – day of the Lord Thanksgiving – History and Customs The Body, the cult – (Eucharist) The Chursh, Mother and Teacher Valentine Vocation to Beatitude Virgin of Guadalupe – Apparitions Virgin of the Pillar and Hispaniic feast day Virgin of Sheshan, China Vocation – mconnor@legionaries.org WMoFamilies Rome 2022 – festval of families Way of the Cross – drawings for children For commentaries – email – mflynn@legionaries.org Fb – Martin M Flynn Donations to - BANCO - 03069 INTESA SANPAOLO SPA Name – EUR-CA-ASTI IBAN – IT61Q0306909606100000139493 Laudato si 1 – care for the common home Laudato si 2 – Gospel of creation Laudato si 3 – Human roots of the ecological crisis Laudato si 4 – integral ecology Laudato si 5 – lines of approach and action Laudato si 6 – Education y Ecological Spirituality Life in Christ Love and Marriage 12,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 Lumen Fidei – ch 1,2,3,4 Mary – Doctrine and dogmas Mary in the bible Martyrs of Korea Martyrs of North America and Canada Medjugore Santuario Mariano Merit and Holiness Misericordiae Vultus in English Moral Law Morality of Human Acts Passions Pope Francis in Bahrain Pope Francis in Thailand Pope Francis in Japan Pope Francis in Sweden Pope Francis in Hungary, Slovaquia Pope Francis in America Pope Francis in the WYD in Poland 2016 Passions Querida Amazonia Resurrection of Jesus Christ –according to the Gospels Russian Revolution and Communismo 1,2,3 Saint Agatha, virgin and martyr Saint Agnes of Rome, virgin and martyr Saint Albert the Great Saint Andrew, Apostle Saint Anthony of the desert, Egypt Saint Anthony of Padua Saint Bruno, fuunder of the Carthusians Saaint Columbanus 1,2 Saint Charles Borromeo Saint Cecilia Saint Faustina Kowalska and thee divine mercy Saint Francis de Sales Saint Francis of Assisi Saint Francis Xaviour Saint Ignatius of Loyola Saint James, apostle Saint John, apsotle and evangelist Saint John N. Neumann, bishop of Philadelphia Saint John Paul II, Karol Wojtyla Saint Joseph
  57. 57. LISTA DE PRESENTACIONES EN ESPAÑOL Revisado 1-11-2022 Abuelos Adviento y Navidad, tiempo de esperanza Amor y Matrimonio 1 - 9 Amoris Laetitia – ch 1 – A la luz de la Palabre Amoris Laetitia – ch 2 – Realidad y Desafíos de las Familias Amoris Laetitia – ch 3 La mirada puesta en Jesús: Vocación de la Familia Amoris Laetitia – ch 4 - El Amor en el Matrimonio Amoris Laetitia – ch 5 – Amor que se vuelve fecundo Amoris Laetitia – ch 6 – Algunas Perspectivas Pastorales Amoris Laetitia – ch 7 – Fortalecer la educacion de los hijos Amoris Laetitia – ch 8 – Acompañar, discernir e integrar la fragilidad Amoris Laetitia – ch 9 – Espiritualidad Matrimonial y Familiar Carnaval Conciencia Cristo Vive Deus Caritas est 1,2– Benedicto XVI Dia de todos los difuntos Domingo – día del Señor El camino de la cruz de JC en dibujos para niños El Cuerpo, el culto – (eucarisía) Encuentro Mundial de Familias Roma 2022 – festival de las familias Espíritu Santo Fatima – Historia de las apariciones Familiaris Consortio (FC) 1 – iglesia y familia hoy Familiaris Consortio (FC) 2 - el plan de Dios para la familia Familiaris Consortio (FC) 3 – 1 – familia como comunidad Familiaris Consortio (FC) 3 – 2 – servicio a la vida y educación Familiaris Consortio (FC) 3 – 3 – misión de la familia en la sociedad Familiaris Consortio (FC) 3 – 4 - participación de la familia en la iglesia Familiaris Consortio (FC) 4 Pastoral familiar Fátima – Historia de las Apariciones de la Virgen Feria de Sevilla Haurietis aquas – el culto al Sagrado Corazón Hermandades y cofradías Hispanidad La Iglesia, Madre y Maestra La Comunidad Humana La Vida en Cristo San José, obrero, marido, padre San Juan, apostol y evangelista San Juan Ma Vianney, Curé de’Ars San Juan Crisostom San Juan de la Cruz San Juan N. Neumann, obispo de Philadelphia San Juan Pablo II, Karol Wojtyla San Leon Magno San Lucas, evangelista San Mateo, Apóstol y Evangelista San Martin de Porres San Martin de Tours San Mateo, Apostol y Evangelista San Maximiliano Kolbe Santa Teresa de Calcuta Santos Marta, Maria, y Lazaro Santos Simon y Judaa Tadeo, aposttoles San Nazario e Celso San Padre Pio de Pietralcina San Patricio e Irlanda San Pedro Claver San Roberto Belarmino Santiago Apóstol San Tomás Becket SanTomás de Aquino Santos Zacarias e Isabel, padres de Juan Bautista Semana santa – Vistas de las últimas horas de JC Vacaciones Cristianas Valentín Vida en Cristo Virgen de Guadalupe, Mexico Virgen de Pilar – fiesta de la hispanidad Virgen de Sheshan, China Virtud Vocación a la bienaventuranza Vocación – www.vocación.org Vocación a evangelizar Para comentarios – email – mflynn@lcegionaries.org fb – martin m. flynn Donations to - BANCO - 03069 INTESA SANPAOLO SPA Name – EUR-CA-ASTI. IBAN – IT61Q0306909606100000139493 Laudato si 1 – cuidado del hogar común Laudato si 2 – evangelio de creación Laudato si 3 – La raíz de la crisis ecológica Laudato si 4 – ecología integral Laudato si 5 – líneas de acción Laudato si 6 – Educación y Espiritualidad Ecológica Ley Moral Libertad Lumen Fidei – cap 1,2,3,4 María y la Biblia Martires de Corea Martires de Nor America y Canada Medjugore peregrinación Misericordiae Vultus en Español Moralidad de actos humanos Pasiones Papa Francisco en Baréin Papa Francisco en Bulgaria Papa Francisco en Rumania Papa Francisco en Marruecos Papa Francisco en México Papa Francisco – Jornada Mundial Juventud 2016 Papa Francisco – visita a Chile Papa Francisco – visita a Perú Papa Francisco en Colombia 1 + 2 Papa Francisco en Cuba Papa Francisco en Fátima Papa Francisco en la JMJ 2016 – Polonia Papa Francisco en Hugaría e Eslovaquia Queridas Amazoznia 1,2,3,4 El Reino de Cristo Resurrección de Jesucristo – según los Evangelios Revolución Rusa y Comunismo 1, 2, 3 Santa Agata, virgen y martir San Alberto Magno San Andrés, Apostol Sant Antonio de l Deserto, Egipto San Antonio de Padua San Bruno, fundador del Cartujo San Carlos Borromeo San Columbanus 1,2 San Esteban, proto-martir San Francisco de Asis 1,2,3,4 San Francisco de Sales San Francisco Javier Santa Faustina Kowalska, y la divina misericordia Santa Cecilia Sant Inés de Roma, virgen y martir Saint Margaret,Queen of Scotland Santa Maria Goretti Santa María Magdalena Santa Teresa de Lisieux San Marco, evangelista San Ignacio de Loyola