When exiled Sudanese Bishop Macram Max Gassis introduced the documentary The Hidden Gift: War and Faith in Sudan at its premier at Fordham University Lincoln Center last month, he said the eighty-four-minute film was "an eye opener to the catastrophe that is happening in Sudan." Last July, ABC’s "Nightline" ran a half-hour segment on Sudan, "Making a Difference." It concentrated on the work of Dr. Susan Nagele, an Illinois-born Maryknoll lay missioner who has spent...
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