Despite uncertainty, fear and a sense of powerlessness, hope continues to anchor lay missioners in Haiti.
A poem for George Floyd, for Ahmaud Arbery and for all — by a fed-up millennial
Maryknollers in Haiti sew protective face masks for their community.
The country just reported its first COVID-19 cases, and many Haitian people will suffer.
In the midst of Haiti’s continuing unrest, lay missioner Abby Belt finds healing, hope and a resilient love in life’s little victories.
Abby Belt on her new ministry at a Catholic school in Haiti