18 January 2017
Georgian children study English at a Caritas youth center in Tbilisi. Read about one woman’s commitment to her people in A Letter from Georgia in the Winter 2016 edition of ONE.
(photo: Antonio di Vico)
17 January 2017
Pope Francis talks with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas during a private audience at the Vatican on 14 January. (photo: CNS/Maria Grazia Picciarella, pool)
13 January 2017
Girls practice during a dance class sponsored by Caritas Georgia. For two decades, Caritas Georgia has provided a wide range of services — including classes and health care — to the most vulnerable populations of the Caucasus. Learn more in A Letter from Georgia in the Winter 206 edition of ONE. (photo: Antonio di Vico)
12 January 2017
Children greet visitors in the village of Garora, on the outskirts of Delhi, India. To see more images and read about Msgr. John E. Kozar’s visit to India, check out his essay in the Winter 2016 edition of ONE. (photo: John E. Kozar)
11 January 2017
A priest in Ethiopia prepares a censer with the help of young parishioners. Ethiopia is finding new ways to spread the Gospel, using both religious and lay catechists to inspire young people. Read about this and more in Ethiopia’s Sleeping Giant in the Winter 2016 edition of ONE.
(photo: James Jeffrey)
10 January 2017
Christian Iraqi refugee children play together in the home of the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary in Amman, Jordan. Read more about how these religious sisters are Welcoming the Stranger in the Winter 2016 edition of ONE. (photo: Tamara Abdul Hadi)
9 January 2017
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Russians mark Christmas in Sochi, Russia. The Russian Orthodox celebrate Christmas
on 7 January, according to the Julian calendar.
(photo: Alexander Ryumin/TASS via Getty Images)
6 January 2017
Children gather to recite morning prayers at a school run by the Sisters of the Destitute in India. To learn more, read ‘My Great Hope Is the Sisters’ in the Winter 2016 edition of ONE.
(photo: John Mathew)
5 January 2017
A woman sings and plays piano in the Harmony Center in Tbilisi, Georgia. Founded by Caritas about a decade ago, the center serves as a caring and stimulating environment for seniors in need, and offers a variety of services and activities. The latest edition of ONE includes a letter from Anahit Mkhoyan, director of Caritas Georgia, describing how she came to lead — and love — CNEWA’s close partner in the Caucasus. (photo: Antonio di Vico)
4 January 2017
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Kindergarteners sit for a lesson at the St. Paul Service Center in the village of Izbet Chokor in Egypt. This hamlet is home to both Christians and Muslims, who have lived together peacefully for decades. Learn more about how they are Finding Common Ground in the Winter 2016 edition of ONE. (photo: Don Duncan)