Joe Loney and Filo Siles discuss their disability ministry at the Social Justice Foundation in Cochabamba.
Hang Tran remembers a woman whose cry for help from the bondage of trafficking was heard by the Missionaries of Charity.
Mission is not just about the struggle for justice; it’s also about sharing life’s joys and celebrations with the people.
JRS’ Safe Havens provide women refugees and their children with protection, security, solace and tools for healing and education.
Joanne Blaney sees profound connections in her restorative-justice work — from São Paulo to the Amazon and other regions of Brazil.
‘Whose heart would be so staunch as to favor the reasonable thing in a sea of their tears and helplessness? Not mine, dear friend, not mine.’ – Jean Donovan
A powerful reminder of the transformation of peace — from suffering to healing through the path of compassion
Jill Foster reports on the blockades and violence in Haiti and their impact on people’s lives.
Dedicated peacebuilders were honored on World Mission Sunday, Oct. 23.
Kuron Peace Village works to prevent, address and mediate the Toposas’ long-running conflicts around cattle-raiding
Lessons from walking the Camino and from the U.S.-Mexico border