Catholic Press Association Awards: Another One to ONE
One-on-One with Msgr. Kozar
Some outtakes from our One-on-One interview with CNEWA president, Msgr. Kozar.
A World Without Water
Journalist Don Duncan shares his perspective on Lebanon's water woes while reporting for the January edition of ONE magazine.
Picture of the Day: Raising Hope in Jordan
A Rosary sister greets a Bedouin child in the abandoned ruins of old Smakieh. (photo: Tanya Habjouqa)
Picture of the Day: Dreaming of a Better Life
In Ethiopia, opportunities for women are often limited, which leads some to seek a better life by migrating to the Middle East.
Take Five: 5 Reasons to Subscribe to ONE
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Picture of the Day: "We Want to be the Best"
Three students pose for a portrait at a Latin Catholic school in Ader, Jordan. (photo: Tanya Habjouqa)
Picture of the Day: Madonna and Child
Budding artists at work in the Asela orphanage school in Ethiopia. (photo: Petterik Wiggers)
ONE Takes Top Prize at Catholic Press Awards
ONE magazine took home 20 awards from the Catholic Press Association's 2012 award ceremony.
Picture of the Day: "A Window into the Soul"
A child plays at the Godano Institution, a home for abused girls, women and their children. (photo: John E. Kozar)
Picture of the Day: Going Green in Kerala
A worker cleans a wind-powered generator at the Renewable Energy Center in Mithradham, India’s first solar-powered educational facility. (photo: Peter Lemieux)
Picture of the Day: Tradition in Slovakia
Girls wearing traditional dress participate in an Easter celebration in Jakubany, a village in northern Slovakia. (photo: Father Damian Saraka)
Picture of the Day: A School "as Diverse as Lebanon"
A first–year design student takes a break from studying at Notre Dame University in Lebanon. (photo: CNS/Nancy Wiechec)
Picture of the Day: Finding Dignity Among the Debris
The Zabbaleen are descendents of migrant farmers from Upper Egypt who first came to Cairo in the 1940's in search of employment. (photo: Dana Smillie)
The Middle East, 50 Years After Vatican II
In the current issue of ONE, we chat with Archbishop Michael Fitzgerald, apostolic nuncio to Egypt, about the legacy of the council and, in particular, Catholic relations with Islam.
It's finally here!
The Spring 2013 edition of ONE is now available online, and will hit mailboxes soon.