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The above is a an EWTN newshow about Bishop Ghassis and others.  The main story is about the tensions and violence in the Sudan.

Bishop Macram Ghassis is heroically shepherding his people in one of the most fought over properties on the continent of Africa.  Its oil rich and it has to be shared by the North and the South.

The North is dominated by the Muslims and the South is inhabited by the Christian and Animists groups.  In order to achieve peace both the North and the South can exist and they can share the oil profits for each country.

They can peacefully co-exist and build a better future for both the North and South.

We in the Christian community can help in a small way.  You can pray or you can donate to Bishop Ghassis.  You dont have to give much just what you can afford.  He needs our help.

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This is an excellent website and if you get the chance check it out.   By all means please look over the sight and your not obligated this is my little way of getting it out to people.

See Link for story:  http://www.catholic.org/international/international_story.php?id=35627

For a donation for Chile:  http://www.caritas.org/

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