Julie Lawler in Cambodia reflects on the need to retreat and re-center on God’s call.
A young Cambodian with physical and developmental challenges shines and becomes a role model for others.
How Julie Lawler lives and experiences community with her mission team, colleagues and deaf students.
On April 27, 2022, a returned lay missioner is honored by the Ignatian Solidarity Network for his social justice leadership.
The friendships and interactions among these youth can be both challenging and genuine and down-to-earth — a mirror for a reflection on love.
How might our lives be transformed if we saw ourselves as one global family — auntie, grandpa, sibling to one another?
Julie Lawler’s Dec. 2021 newsletter on saying yes to sharing life in mission
Hang Tran’s December 2021 newsletter: Welcoming and integrating a new resident at Home of Hope
Accompanying Cambodians through key life events taught Hang Tran the importance of steadfastness in adversity.
Observing Thom, a young Cambodian with developmental disabilities, in action reminds Hang Tran to pick up a lot of other kinds of ‘debris.’
Sambath’s story — and how donors have helped 32 deaf people thrive this year