Statements from the Maryknoll Lay Missioners border team on the End of Title 42
Joe Loney invites you to become a partner in serving people living with disabilities in Bolivia.
A group of older women and men in El Zaite, El Salvador, gathers and remembers —and prays.
Kim Mazyck on diversity, equity, inclusion — and on reflecting a community, where everyone feels that they belong.
Father Charlie Dittmeier reflects on how his sense of justice was formed by his experiences during the civil rights struggles.
To advocate for a good border policy, we must know the pain and dangers migrants risk on the border.
Dee Dungy listens to the stories of women refugees in Kenya’s Kakuma Refugee Camp.
As the arrival of migrants continues to fluctuate, the El Paso community continues to serve.
In December 2022 El Paso’s Sacred Heart Parish sprang into action to help a wave of mostly Venezuelan migrants.
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.