After the South Sudan conflict ended, I was assigned to show what peace looks like in that country. Showing peace can be challenging, but I found a bit of it in the face of Paustino Jada. He kept the Catholic church in the village of Palotaka running while the community waits for a full-time priest. During the war, Jada was captured by the Lord’s Resistance Army and tortured. He escaped—one of the few who survived capture by that group. As we spoke, part of the church ceiling fell to the floor, and a light from the opening shone on his face.