Fall 1983


The Baha’is: One of the World’s Newest Religions
In spite of its history of persecution, the Baha’i faith endures – and grows.
by Charles A. Frazee

Forty Martyrs of Sebaste
More than a century ago, forty men lost their lives for their Savior. Their feast day is 9 March.
by Regina J. Clarkin

The Year of the Lord’s Favor
A discussion of the Byzantine liturgical year.
by Rev. Romanos V. Russo; photos: God With Us Catechetical Series, Pittsburgh, PA 15214

Recipe for Success
Hotel management courses at Bethlehem University prepare students for jobs in their homeland.
by Brother James Connolly, F.S.C.; photos: CNEWA files

Forgotten Mystra: Byzantium’s Last Flowering
An ancient Greek fortress city still holds the keys to its Byzantine past.
text and photos by Margot Granitsas