Juba, 22nd October 2018. The Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in Juba urge young people to join the religious vocation as the Archdiocese celebrates 100 years of faith.
Sister Veronica Daniel says her congregation is celebrating the centenary because Archdiocese of Juba is its home founded in 1954, Radio Bakhita reports.
She urges the young men and women to come and work in the vineyard of the Lord.
Sister Daniel says that it is important to inform youth about the vocation to keep it alive.
The Sister says the Catholic Church will never grow without the support of the young men and women in the Archdiocese.
Sister Victoria Akot says the congregation is still standing because of the Archdiocese of Juba and the Archbishop Paolino Lukudu Loro.
She says the vocation is a special call from God that young people in South Sudan did not get it well.
Sister Akot urges young men and women to be people of prayers as the Archdiocese celebrates its 100 years of faith which describes as a key of everything in life.
The two Sisters were speaking to Archdiocesan Centenary information Sub-Committee after one hour Radio-show on Bakhita Radio.