from ONE

In the Shadow of War
text by Jill Carroll
photographs by Philip Toscano-Heighton
(From CNEWA WORLD January – February 2004)
Dominican sisters provide care and relief in Iraq

Pontifical Mission at 50: Healing in Jordan
by Michele Chabin
(From Catholic Near East September – October 1999)
Health care programs in Jordan provide quality medical services to refugees, Palestinian, and Iraqi, and impoverished Jordanians.

Days of Hope in Amman
compiled by CNEWA staff
photographs by Miriam Sushman
(From Catholic Near East November – December 1996)
The Pontifical Mission’s humanitarian and pastoral activities in Jordan continue to provide medical care to those in need.

from News

Dominicans Take Charge in Jordan
news from ONE Magazine (27 March 2008)
Five Dominican Sisters of the Presentation now hold administrative positions at Amman’s Italian Hospital, which for the past eight decades has been directed by the Comboni Missionary Sisters.

Increasing Numbers, Needs: Italian Hospital in Jordan Faces Challenges
Catholic News Service (1 May 2015)
AMMAN, Jordan (CNS) — About the only things Italian about the Italian Hospital in Jordan’s capital are the name and a few of the signs.

from Blog Content

CNEWA in Rome
Carl Hétu describes the recent reception CNEWA co-hosted in Italy.

Jordan's Oasis of Hope
With the crisis in Syria growing worse by the day, one beacon of hope remains the CNEWA-supported Italian Hospital in nearby Kerak, Jordan. Recently, Asia News profiled the hospital and the Comboni sisters who run it.

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