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ONE Honored With 21 Awards by Catholic Press Association

CNEWA’s quarterly magazine, ONE, received 21 honors, including third place for Best Magazine/Newsletter of the Year, at the 2020 Catholic Press Association awards last week. The awards were part of the Catholic Media Conference, which for the first time was held virtually because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Praising the magazine’s content and overall excellence, the judges wrote:

Want to know what’s going on in the east? Then this is your publication: Syria, Egypt, Armenia, Georgia, Kerala, Ethiopia, Israel, and India. And those are just the cover stories. But they all represent local situations that the publication proclaims should be situations for us all to ponder. Pictures are dynamic not just because of their professional quality, but because they tell a story of hardship, of compassion, of love. Very well put together publication.

The panel of judges included academics and media professionals from around the country. A complete list of the awards follows, with links to the winning entries.

First Place:

Best Coverage, Ecumenical/Interfaith Issues: Seeing the Face of Jesus by Diane Handal; A Letter From Bethlehem by Peter Bray; Fratelli, Where Education Is Alive by Doreen Abi Raad

Best Coverage, Religious Liberty Issues: Resolve by Raed Rafei; A Home for Migrants by Doreen Abi Raad; A Letter from Georgia by Benyamin Beth Yadgar

Best Essay (Mission Magazine): The Stranger by Elias Mallon, S.A., Ph.D.

Best Feature Article (Mission Magazine): Seeing the Face of Jesus by Diane Handal

Best Reporting on Social Justice Issue, Option for the Poor and Vulnerable: Reclaiming Lives by Magdy Samaan

Best Photograph, Catholic Education: Sister Phincitta and Sister Abhaya with Deaf Students in Kerala, India by Sajeendran V.S.

Second Place:

Best Reporting on Social Justice Issues, Life and Dignity of the Human Person: They Call it the House of Grace by Michele Chabin

Third Place:

Magazine/Newsletter of the Year (Mission Magazine)

Best Layout or Article Column (Mission Magazine): Paul Grillo

Best Coverage, Immigration: A Home for Migrants by Doreen Abi Raad; In A Land of Refugees by Dale Gavlak; Hope Takes Root by Gohar Abrahamyan; The Stranger by Elias Mallon, S.A., Ph.D.   

Best Feature Article (Mission Magazine): Resolve by Raed Rafei

Best Reporting on Vocations to Priesthood, Religious Life or the Diaconate: Heroes in Habits by Emeline Wuilbercq

Best Photograph, Sacramental: Father Martin McDermott Celebrates Mass With Migrants In Beirut by Tamara Abdul Hadi

Best Photograph, Vocations to Priesthood, Religious Life and Diaconate: Monastery in Holeta, Ethiopia by Petterik Wiggers

Best Writing, In-Depth: Resolve by Raed Rafei

Honorable Mention:

Best Photograph, Feature Photo: Emahoy Haregewein of the Catholic Women’s Monastery in Holeta, Ethiopia by Petterik Wiggers

Best Photograph, Sacramental: First Communion in the Village of Ader, Jordan by John E. Kozar

Best Coverage, Immigration: A Home for Migrants by Doreen Abi Raad; In A Land of Refugees; Hope Takes Root by.  ; The Stranger by Elias Mallon, S.A., Ph.D.

Best Feature Article (Mission Magazine): They Call It the House of Grace by Michele Chabin

Best Writing, In-Depth: Breaking Free by Emeline Wuilbercq

Graphic Artist/Designer of the Year: Paul Grillo

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