from ONE

Canadian and Muslim
by Daniel Aldana Cohen
(From ONE magazine May 2007)
Canadian Muslims work toward achieving multiculturalism

Diversity Down Under
story and photographs by Sean Sprague
(From ONE magazine May 2007)
Leaving turmoil behind for a new life in Australia

Holding on Through the Generations
by Michael Swan
(From ONE magazine November 2005)
The perseverance of Ukrainian-Canadians

Serving a Diverse Community
by Marilyn Raschka
(From CNEWA WORLD November – December 2003)
Orthodoxy unites one multicultural church in Wisconsin

Standing in the Other Believer’s Shoes
by Msgr. Robert L. Stern
(From Catholic Near East September – October 1998)
How do Muslims see God, Jesus and the cross?

issues
by Ronald G. Roberson, C.S.P.
(From ONE magazine July 2006)
What Divides Us

East Goes West
by Vincent Gragnani
(From CNEWA WORLD January – February 2004)
Middle Eastern Christians keep their heritage alive in Southern California

Orthodox Alaska
by Yereth Rosen
(From ONE magazine November 2006)
The melding of Russian Orthodoxy and Alaska Native culture

A Taste of Little Armenia
text by Paul Wachter
photographs by Ilene Perlman
(From ONE magazine July 2006)
Food unites the Armenian-Americans of Watertown

Middle Eastern, Central American Style
by Paul Wachter with photographs by Carina Wint
(From ONE magazine September 2006)
Arabs have found a new home in Honduras

Profiles
by Michael J.L. La Civita
(From ONE magazine July 2009)
The Hungarian Greek Catholic Church

Bathery: A Highly Charged Diocese
by the Rev. Varghese Mattamana
(From Catholic Near East September – October 1997)
The Syro-Malankara Catholic Eparchy of Bathery opens new doors for its people.

Intercultural Communication
by Msgr. Robert L. Stern
(From Catholic Near East November – December 1997)
Understanding another’s culture is essential in finding a common ground in communication.

from News

Iraqi-Born Bishop Advocates for his Homeland’s Yazidi Minority
Catholic News Service (18 July 2014)
WASHINGTON (CNS) — Iraqi-American Catholic leaders, who have persistently advocated for the embattled Christian minority in Iraq, are now going to bat for a smaller ethnic group that likewise traces its origins to the troubled region.

from Blog Content

Remembering 9/11: “Love is more powerful than hate”
Rev. Elias D. Mallon, S.A. recounts his experience on 9/11/01, and reflects on the challenges of that day and the days since.

"He is a Great Example for Humanity"
Maronite Catholic Patriarch Bechara Rai visits the Lebanese-American community of Detroit.

What About Muslims and Minorities?
Father Elias Mallon reports on a symposium on Islam and minorities at Georgetown University's Alwaleed Bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding.

Picture of the Day: Canine Compassion
Marcie Alter enjoys the company of Dennis, a therapy dog that visits patients at St. Louis Hospital in Jerusalem once a week. (photo: Debbie Hill)

Page One: Headlines for 9/28/12
Stories of interest for the day.

A Special Place in the Heart of Jerusalem
Judith Sudilovsky recounts her prior experience with St. Louis Hospital before preparing her article for ONE.

The Heart of Jerusalem Skips a Beet
Judith Sudilovsky shares a bite of what the St. Louis Hospital is cooking.

Picture of the Day: One Day at a Time
Since attending Navachaithanya's detoxification program, the man above has stayed sober. He now runs a small farm, including the banana plantation pictured. (photo: Cody Christopulos)

Page One: Headlines for 1/30/13
Stories of interest for the day.

Picture of the Day: Intertwining Cultures
Bat-El Shmueli, an Ethiopian woman who has been in Israel for more than two decades, works closely with the new Ethiopian community as a supervisor of the organization Ethiopian National Project in Haifa. (photo: Ilene Perlman)