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news item 27 May 2004 – A center dedicated to the needs of the handicapped, especially the youth, has opened its doors in Amman, Jordan. Read more...


news item 27 May 2004 – Agency assistance to Iraq is no longer restricted to emergency relief, which has succeeded despite lawlessness throughout the country. Read more...


news item 27 May 2004 – Prompted by CNEWA’s award-winning magazine, the Orscheln Industries Foundation of Moberly, Missouri, surprised the agency with a $10,000 grant. Read more...


news item 27 May 2004 – Bishops from 12 U.S. Catholic dioceses spent four days studying Islam as part of an effort to improve Catholic-Muslim relations. Read more...


news item 27 May 2004 – For more than 17 years, Msgr. Robert L. Stern, Secretary General of CNEWA, has acknowledged all gifts and bequests to CNEWA and has kept the agency’s friends and benefactors informed of its needs and programs. Read more...


news item 27 May 2004 – The Paul VI Ephpheta Institute, a school for hearing-impaired children in Bethlehem, was the focus of two CNEWA United States fund-raising events in mid-April. Read more...


news item 27 May 2004 – Co-chaired by CNEWA Vice President William Cardinal Keeler, Archbishop of Baltimore, the semiannual meeting of the National Council of Synagogues and the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Committee for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs gathered in New York in mid-April. Read more...