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Maria Evans off for South Sudan

Maria Evans off for South Sudan

Maria L. Evans, a frequent contributor to Speaking to the Soul and Daily Episcopalian, is part of a six-member delegation from the Diocese of Missouri visiting the Diocese of Lui in South Sudan this week. Please keep them all in your prayers.

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Elizabeth Kaeton

I'm storming heaven for those who are Christ re-presentatives from DioMo to the Christ re-presentatives in Sudan.

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Ann Fontaine

Michael - via the FB site for the trip - link in story

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Michael Hartney

How can we send Maria an email?

Michael Hartney

Watkins Glen, NY

Diocese of Rochester

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