In Smakiah, the Archbishop of Jordan gave his homily in Arabic, but broke into English to plead the case for understanding the unique culture of his local church. Catholic, after all, is a word for all sorts of cultural traditions.
The Comboni sisters run a small hospital in Kerack City, Jordan. They dream of expanding their dramatically inadequate maternity ward. This 38-bed hospital conducts 4,000 surgeries each year and delivers 1,000 babies! Here, Sr. Allessandra shows a group of journalists the new maternity wing.