Grateful for the many blessings experienced during 15 years as a Maryknoll lay missioner working with youth in El Salvador.
Entire Altman family and Ann and Suzy pitch in, helping the Soy Project succeed.
Liz Cunningham talks trash — and, along with it, about poverty, community and hope.
Life in mission takes adjustments and frustrations, Josh Wetmore finds. But the payoff is in the encounters with wonderful people.
Now in Zaragoza, the soy program continues to provide nutrition to those in need.
What makes us one is God’s love for us, and God’s call to us to serve all God’s children.
A group of older women and men in El Zaite, El Salvador, gathers and remembers —and prays.
The successes of Salvadoran students and their motivation to help their community give hope for a more inclusive and just world.
Ann Greig reports that the Soy Project has finally found a new base in Zaragoza, El Salvador.
What I learned on the road less taken … because the normal one was blocked.
A Christmas reflection: God’s mission starts with the gaze of love God has for us.