from ONE

Under Siege: Iraq’s Christians
by Michael J.L. La Civita
(From ONE magazine July 2007)
With no end to the violence in sight, Christians are fleeing

In the Shadow of War
text by Jill Carroll
photographs by Philip Toscano-Heighton
(From CNEWA WORLD January – February 2004)
Dominican sisters provide care and relief in Iraq

After the Storm
by Michael J.L. La Civita
(From CNEWA WORLD May – June 2003)
Quietly, almost inconspicuously, CNEWA has served the needs of Iraqis burdened by oppression and isolation

Special Delivery in Baghdad
text by Dale Gavlak
photographs by Norbert Schiller
(From Catholic Near East March – April 2000)
Although hampered by international politics, the Dominican Sisters of St. Catherine provide reliable healthcare to Iraqi mothers and their children.

from Blog Content

"We Stayed Open for the People"
Two Dominican Sisters of St. Catherine of Siena discuss how their congregation has helped ordinary Iraqis cope with the war.

Picture of the Day: A Healing in Iraq
In this photo from 2003, Sister Nahla tends to a patient at the Al Jamh-Al Zahrawi Hospital in Mosul, Iraq, where she has been working since May. (photo: Philip Toscano-Heighton)

Picture of the Day: Dynamic Sisters of Jordan
A sister treats a patient at the Mother of Mercy Clinic in Zerqa, Jordan. (photo: Nader Daoud)

Picture of the Day: Beacons of Light in Iraq
From left, CNEWA President Msgr. John Kozar, Dominican Sister Maria Hanna and CNEWA Regional Director for Jordan and Iraq Ra’ed Bahou gather with Dominican Sisters outside the Mother of Mercy Clinic in Jordan. (photo: CNEWA)

31 Years of Mercy
On this date 31 years ago, CNEWA’s Mother of Mercy Clinic opened in the Jordanian city of Zerqa.

Picture of the Day: The Sisters Who Stay in Iraq
Mosul's remaining Christians have cleared out, according to news reports, but CNEWA's partners on the ground, the Dominican Sisters of St. Catherine of Siena, are staying put.