September – October 1994
Stories and events from around the world of CNEWA.
All in the Family
A look at the families whose lives have been changed through the generosity of our benefactors.
by Brother David Carroll, F.S.C., Ph.D.
Two Weeks in Sebata
A friend’s impressions of a recent stay at an Ethiopian Orthodox monastery for women.
by Sister Isabel Arbide, F.M.M.
A Phoenix Rises from the Ashes
The church is free to operate in the former communist bloc. In this article we learn how some Americans are helping the church to flourish there.
by Peg Maron
Our correspondent in India takes us to the greatest festival of the Jain, a religion dating back to the sixth century B.C.
text and photos by Cheryl Sheridan
A Mother of Consolation
We all need a friend in times of sorrow. Father Romanos offers us a Marian prayer of consolation.
by the Rev. Romanos V. Russo
A Spiritual Homecoming
The history of the small but dynamic Syro-Malankara Catholic Church in India.
by Michael J.L. La Civita
We Believe in One God…
The believing Christian and the believing Muslim have more in common than they may at first realize.
by Msgr. Robert L. Stern