The injustices we saw up close in Brazil have shaped our family’s resolve to commit our lives to changing unjust structures.
Working for five long days at the polls has restored my hope for our ability to come together as a nation.
Returned missioners help migrants and promote fair trade and many other social justice efforts
Chuck Lathrop, a co-director of Maryknoll Lay Missioners in the 1970s, reflects on those early days and his continuing commitment to mission
Carol Honerkamp Zuccarino has been volunteering at El Paso’s Annunciation House for more than six months.
Returned missioner Jet Birondo-Goddard continues to sow “seeds of peace” in her Maryknoll-inspired journey
Today’s unspeakable tragedies rekindle our deep missionary longing to seek a more just world for all by “doing something.”
Today’s Maryknoll presence at the U.S.-Mexico border continues the legacy of hope built by a previous team that worked there from 1995 until 2009.
While teaching during the COVID-19 crisis, returned missioner Steve Pohl applies what he learned in Bolivia from wrestling with shortages, grief, sudden changes, and the need to improvise.
Board member Anita Klueg offers a video meditation for these COVID-19 times
With Peruvian borders closed because of the pandemic, ‘an infinite abyss’ has opened