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Tales Out of School (feature article)
11 Jun 2004 – “I never wanted to do anything but what I’m doing now.” That is how Thomas Straczynski describes his years of teaching at St. Bartholomew School in Elmhurst, New York.  Read more...
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04 Jun 2004 – The Catholic Press Association (CPA) has presented CNEWA’s bimonthly magazine with seven awards, including first place for general excellence.  Read more...
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13 May 2004 – Mill Hill Father Guido Gockel, Associate National Secretary of CNEWA United States, will celebrate and preach at a Mass commemorating the feast of the Apostle Matthias Friday, 14 May, telecast by EWTN (Eternal Word Television Network).  Read more...
Look Homeward (feature article)
12 May 2004 – “You can take a man out of his village, but you cannot take the village out of the man” applies to James Alwan of Peoria.  Read more...
CNEWA Magazine Changes Name (press release)
03 May 2004 – NEW YORK – CNEWA WORLD, the bimonthly magazine of Catholic Near East Welfare Association (CNEWA), has been renamed ONE. The name change will be implemented with the May – June 2004 edition  Read more...
Busier Than Ever (feature article)
02 Apr 2004 – Although old soldiers may just fade away, retired schoolteachers often join the army of volunteers working behind the scenes to assist their communities – be it church, school or hospital.  Read more...
30 Mar 2004 – Orscheln Industries Foundation of Moberly has awarded a $10,000 grant to Catholic Near East Welfare Association.  Read more...
24 Mar 2004 – NEW YORK — “We need to be patient and exercise prudence in our aid to Iraq,” said Ra’ed Bahou, CNEWA’s Regional Director for Jordan and Iraq, during strategic planning meetings held at the Vatican agency’s administrative center in New York.  Read more...


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