Syrian Christians Fear Persecution
Catholic News Service (9 March 2012)
JERUSALEM (CNS) — Christians in Syria live in
fear of a repeat of persecution like was seen in Iraq, said
officials of the Pontifical Mission for Palestine.
Picture of the Day: A Monsignor Behind the Camera
Msgr. Kozar captured this image of a sister at the Italian Hospital in Kerak, Jordan, during his visit to the Holy Land last December. (photo: John E. Kozar)
Emergency Aid for Syrian Refugees
After more than one year of unrest, the ongoing political crisis in Syria has caused tens of thousands to be caught in the crossfire between government and opposition forces.
Picture of the Day: Supporting Mothers in Jordan
A Muslim mother receives care for her newborn at the Mother of Mercy Clinic in Zerqa, Jordan, which is run by the Dominican Sisters of St. Catherine of Siena. (photo: John E. Kozar )
Update: Relief Efforts in Syria
Issam Bishara, CNEWA's regional director for Lebanon and Syria, details the effort to aid Syrian families in need.
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Stories of interest for 8/2/12
CNEWA in the News
A roundup of CNEWA's recent media coverage.
The Meaning of Lent
Msgr. Kozar shares some thoughts on Lent.
Take 5: Five Things About One of CNEWA's Best-Kept Secrets
Cristina Tortalla, CNEWA's coordinator of corporate matching gifts, shares some facts about her specialty.
It's finally here!
The Spring 2013 edition of ONE is now available online, and will hit mailboxes soon.
“Keep Gaza and Its People in Your Prayers”
Sami El-Yousef, CNEWA's regional director for Palestine and Israel, paid a visit to Gaza from 22-24 April. An excerpt of his report follows.
Msgr. John Kozar and the CNEWA staff welcomed local members of the CNEWA family to our New York office this morning.