from ONE

Bringing Learning to Life
text and photographs by Sean Sprague
(From CNEWA WORLD May – June 2002)
A school in a suburb of Alexandria, Egypt, provides a sanctuary for learning and reason.

Bearing the Cross in Lebanon
text and photographs by Marilyn Raschka
(From Catholic Near East January – February 1999)
Franciscan Sisters of the Cross embrace those most in need.

from News

Care for the Disabled in Lebanon
news from ONE Magazine (11 August 2008)
In the Lebanese village of Deir Kamar, some 45 miles southeast of Beirut, the Franciscan Sisters of the Cross care for more than 300 profoundly handicapped women.

Loving Care
news from ONE Magazine (20 January 2006)
James and Charlotte Bradley of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, are enthusiastic supporters of CNEWA’s programs for the formation of priests and sisters and the care of needy children.

Haven for Children
news from ONE Magazine (4 January 2002)
More than 600 Christian and Muslim children in Alexandria, Egypt, headed off to class in a new school last fall, thanks in part to the generosity of CNEWA donors.

from Blog Content

Picture of the Day: Where Learning Comes Alive
A young student at an assembly at the Abou Kir Franciscan School in Egypt. (photo: Sean Sprague)

Picture of the Day: A Light in the Dark
Santa Lucia (home for the blind in Abou Kir, Egypt) staff member, Iman Bibawi Iskandar, helps a resident practice writing Arabic Braille in preparation for an exam. (Photo: Holly Pickett)

Picture of the Day: A Fruitful Vocation
Franciscan Sisters of the Cross of Lebanon pick fruit. (photo: Marilyn Raschcka)