The Auxiliary Bishop of the Catholic Archdiocese of Juba on Sunday at St Joseph Parish Bari Service through Bakhita Radio live mass urged members of the public to take care of their families.
Bishop Santo Laku Pio said the church has 2015 plans on family teaching for the faithful to follow required family life to make good children.
The Auxiliary Bishop also tasked Christians to evaluate their responsibilities of looking after children as God does to all His people.
He called on men to appreciate their wives for running family affairs most times.
Bishop Laku requested South Sudanese to stop divisions on ethnic or tribal lines, but use their diverse gifts to develop the country.
The Auxiliary Bishop advised Christians to pray for happiness in families and removal of fear in their hearts.