In an article written with Arthur C. Brooks for The New York Times, the Dalai Lama explains how the desire to feel needed may be what’s causing anxiety, anger, and fear in so many of the world’s most prosperous nations.
KORRES, a self-described modern Greek apothecary, makes cosmetics using natural, homeopathic ingredients. Though the company is now based in the USA, it features Greek herbs and flora and is rooted in centuries-old Mediterranean practices.
Marcela Toboada spent three years documenting the story of Roman Catholic cloistered nuns in Mexican monasteries. In the incredible National Geographic picture story “The Secret Lives of Mexican Nuns,” she captures the spirit of the nuns along with a glimpse of their daily lives.
During the refugee crisis in 2015, thousands of refugees landed on the Greek island of Lesbos. Photojournalist Daniel Etter captured images of some of the island’s most compassionate citizens, who came together to aid the refugees in any way that they could.
The newly completed Alex and Faye Spanos Faith and Heritage Center will allow for an expansion of programs and activities at Saint Nicholas Ranch and Retreat Center in Dunlap, California.