The legacy of El Salvador’s Jesuit martyrs lives on—at the University of Central America and in the young people from the country’s poor communities.
Barbara Fraser’s reporting provides valuable insights into indigenous perspectives.
A call to all of us to protect our common home—and to protect the “custodians of nature,” indigenous peoples.
In August, Margarita Duran traveled to Brasilia to join the “largest protest action of women in Latin America.”
Kathy Bond reports from the Somos Medicina (“We Are Medicine” ) Gathering in Pisac, Peru.
5-minute video of immigration attorney Heidi Cerneka’s ministry in El Paso and Juárez
A meditation at Valeria and Óscar Martínez’ grave in San Salvador
As an immigration attorney, Heidi Cerneka witnesses firsthand an erosion of our nation’s values
Joanne Blaney explains how a recent prison massacre in Brazil reflects the grave problems in the country’s justice system.
A video on the justice ministries of Maryknoll lay missioners in Kenya and Tanzania
In this 4-minute video, Maryknoll lay missioners in El Salvador share how they are working with others to make life better for people there.