from ONE

Refugees Helping Refugees
text and photographs by Marilyn Raschka
(From CNEWA WORLD May – June 2002)
A mighty handful of Byzantine Catholics brings joy to the lives of refugees in Greece.

Hungary’s Weeping Icon of Máriapócs
by Erica Papp Faber
(From Catholic Near East November – December 1997)
For centuries, a weeping icon in a small town in Hungary has astounded – and healed – pilgrims and skeptics alike.

Byzantine Catholics in the Midwest
by the Rev. Nicholas Rachford, J.C.L.
(From Catholic Near East May – June 1995)
Though transplanted from central Europe, Byzantine Catholics in the Midwest continue to follow the ancient rites and traditions of their church.

Stories Washed Away by Time
text and photos by Bruno Pavan
(From Catholic Near East July – August 1994)
Romania’s cultural heritage is just beginning to catch the attention of art lovers around the world. In this article, we will discover how this heritage is fading.

A Mother of Consolation
by the Rev. Romanos V. Russo
(From Catholic Near East September – October 1994)
We all need a friend in times of sorrow. Father Romanos offers us a Marian prayer of consolation.

Not Your Typical Sunday in Albuquerque
by Rev. Christopher Zugger
(From Catholic Near East March 1993)
A Byzantine Catholic priest writes about a healing liturgy celebrated in his New Mexican parish.

Cassiane’s Glory Hymn
by Father Romanos V. Russo
(From Catholic Near East April 1992)
The story of the nun Cassiane and the beautiful hymn for which she is renowned.

All Creation, Praise the Lord
by Father Romanos V. Russo
(From Catholic Near East July 1992)
Reflections on the links between ecology and theology.

Eastern Catholicism in the American West
by Father Christopher Zugger
photos by Cary Herz
(From Catholic Near East July 1991)
The Byzantine Church is alive and well in, of all places, the American southwest.

A Test of Faith for Romanians
by Michael J.L. La Civita
(From Catholic Near East April 1990)
A Romanian Catholic community thrives in Queens, New York, but remembers the turmoil of its mother country.

Liturgy of the Kingly High Priest
by Rev. Romanos V. Russo
(From Catholic Near East Magazine Spring 1984)
A meditation on the Divine Liturgy of St. Basil and the saint who wrote it.

Liturgy of Christianity’s Infancy
by Rev. Romanos V. Russo
photos by Gregory Clarkin
(From Catholic Near East Magazine Winter 1983)
A discussion of the Antiochene-Jerusalem liturgy, the Liturgy of St. James.

The Great Mystery
by Rev. Romanos V. Russo
photos by Lou Galleria
(From Catholic Near East Magazine Spring 1982)
Reflections on the marriage ceremony in the Byzantine rite.

Bearers of a Proud Legacy
text and photographs by Sean Sprague
(From ONE magazine September 2004)
Byzantine Catholics honor their heritage in Bulgaria

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Picture of the Day: Wedded to Tradition
A Bulgarian couple hold candles during their marriage ceremony at the Church of the Assumption in Sofia. (photo: Sean Sprague)

Picture of the Day:
Byzantine Catholics Mark Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Too

Renowned for its reverence for ancient tradition, the Byzantine Catholic Church is rather unhurried to add new feasts to its liturgical calendar.

Picture of the Day:
The Youngest Bishop Leading a Diocese in North America

A Byzantine Ruthenian bishop is enthroned

Picture of the Day: The Synod Begins
Eastern Catholic bishops arrive for Synod

Page One: Headlines for 10/9/18
Stories of interest for the day

Picture of the Day:
A Byzantine Icon for Alcoholics Offers Healing and Hope

Bringing healing during Alcohol Awareness Month

Picture of the Day:
Dormition of the Most Holy Mother of God

Marking an important feast in the Church