Volume 39, Number 3
From the Archive
Children play chess in the village hall during a regional chess competition in Nyíracsád, Hungary, near the Romanian border. Founded over a thousand years ago, Nyíracsád lies in a region of hills and thick forests. (photo: Balazs Gardi)
10 August 2012
A child plays at the Godano Institution, a home for abused girls, women and their children. (photo: John E. Kozar)
As we mentioned yesterday, the July edition of ONE is now available online! You may have noticed something new in the last few issues of the magazine: a photograph and accompanying essay on the last page in a feature that we call Focus. In this feature, the president of CNEWA, Msgr. John E. Kozar, (a gifted and accomplished photographer, by the way!) shares one of his own photographs of CNEWA’s world and offers a reflection on what that picture means to him. In the July edition he writes about the children of Ethiopia:
As the president of CNEWA, I am privileged to visit many distant lands. And one of the special joys in each and every place is to meet the children. Children have a way of sharing with us a window into the soul of their country, their people and their tribe. The window is not cluttered or ornate; it is simple and clear and bright.
On a visit not long ago, I met the beautiful children of Ethiopia. In a way that only children can reflect, they helped me experience the joys, the hopes and the sufferings of the Ethiopian poor. They welcomed me into a world that is not sophisticated or complicated, but one that is pure, simple and sincere.
For more, check out the July edition of the magazine.
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