‘Project Lorax’ will provide sustainable development and a livelihood for 100 families, while planting 40,000 new trees.
Latin Americans value close family ties and togetherness, which make self-quarantining particularly difficult.
Peg Vámosy reflects on how this pandemic offers us the opportunity for a fresh start on healing our broken relationship with all God’s creation.
A reflection for Laudato Si’ Week (May 16-24, 2020) from El Salvador
Maryknoll lay missioners accompany the most affected, teach sustainable practices and raise awareness
Melissa Altman reflects on what it means to ‘do her part’ during the pandemic in El Salvador
Lay missioner Peg Vámosy works with family farmers
Young shepherds in Bolivia teach the message of Christmas and the meaning of mission.
In Juba, South Sudan, fruit vendor Ivan and his wheelbarrow will show you the way
Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns sharply criticizes the U.S. government’s Nov. 4 move to formally withdraw from the Paris agreement
Life is a struggle for Salvadoran women like Leda, who make a living as street vendors.