Cathy Rowan (Class of 1987) works with Maryknoll Sisters and other groups to bring justice through shareholder advocacy.
Returned missioner family started Catholic Worker community in Virginia
Maryknoll lay missioners serving in Africa, Asia and the Americas share why they have chosen a life of service.
Thanks to some good teamwork, Jesus-Mary School now has some respectable hoops for basketball.
Heidi Cerneka welcomes first ‘harm reductions’ at the border, but urges the new U.S. administration to end Title 42 expulsions.
In honor of World Water Day, March 22, 2021, Flávio José Rocha recounts Maryknoll Father Miguel d’Escoto’s role in the UN’s naming of water as a human right.
ACOMUJERZA cooperative, born out of the trauma of war, gives Salvadoran women the opportunity they need to support their children.
Weekend retreat in João Pessoa promoted “Holistic Health in Times of Uncertainty” (Kathy and Flávio’s March 2021 newsletter)
Her experiences as a Maryknoll lay missioner physician in Tanzania prepared Anne Berry well for her current studies in community-based medicine.
When the rights of women are fully recognized, society as a whole prospers. (March 2021 ‘Ted’s Talk’)
John O’Donoghue accompanies sick and disabled people in the city of Cochabamba.
Lindsay Doucette remains connected to Maryknoll while working to provide medical help to Bolivia, even during the pandemic.
Your donations enable at-risk students in El Salvador to continue their education through remote learning.
Steve Veryser continues a Lenten practice he learned during high school
Before we say ‘good riddance’ to a horrible year, let’s reflect on the valuable lessons it still managed to impart.
Members of the Monte San Juan Parish community in El Salvador state their hopes for 2021
At the Kuron Health Clinic in remote South Sudan, Beatrice delivers babies—and hope
A journey with ValLimar and Frank Jansen and Greg Walton to the communities around the world where Maryknoll Lay Missioners serve.
A video recording of Maryknoll Lay Missioners’ joyful evening with ValLimar Jansen, Br. Mickey McGrath, Greg Walton and missioners and their communities around the world
After 19 years in Kenya, Coralis Salvador has relocated to the U.S.-Mexico border, where she continues to work as a ‘Good Samaritan’ to vulnerable migrants and asylum seekers
Merwyn and Kirstin De Mello recently returned from six years of peace-building in Afghanistan and Bangladesh.
Their faith and resiliency will help Salvadorans endure the current challenges and make progress in the new year.
Hiệp và Vân mong gì trong Mùa Vọng ở Bolivia?
Hiep and Tawny’s December 2020 newsletter
During this difficult year, small encounters of hope have helped us through
December 2020 update from the Veryser family
When it comes to playing, children living in poverty know how to be creative.
Emergency food distribution, ministry adjustments during COVID and a new president
Modeling inclusive communication and sharing the struggle and hope for a better tomorrow
Our relief efforts in the wake of the recent typhoons
We strive to ease the migrants’ hardships and give them a caring transition moment before they embark on their new lives in the U.S.
Ministry in times of COVID-19 has brought new opportunities for us in the midst of challenging times.
My lament … and Jesus’ answer
In our seemingly bleak world today, the light still is and will always be with us. (December 2020 ‘Ted’s Talk’)
Joanne Blaney helps to implement a UN-sponsored effort to reform Brazil’s justice system
Greg Darr and his family visit the site of the killing of George Floyd and vow to combat racism.
Kevin and Marilyn’s December 2020 newsletter
Joanne Miya finds hope alive among the clients of Uzima Centre.
My journey from Nairobi to western Kenya to Cambodia
I am profoundly grateful for all those within my community that God has brought forth to challenge and transform me.
Overcoming many obstacles, Jackson is building a better future through education and vocational training.
Actively hoping for a better world
Mike Garr shares how he became more than a teacher.
Acknowledging Native American history and spirituality this Thanksgiving
Maryknoll Deaf Development Programme’s year-end video project lifts community’s spirit
What does it mean to “do justice, love kindness, and walk humbly with God” today?
CNS highlights Maryknoll lay missioner’s work in El Salvador and the legacy of the four martyred U.S. church women
The injustices we saw up close in Brazil have shaped our family’s resolve to commit our lives to changing unjust structures.
Members of Maryknoll Lay Missioners’ anti-racism task force reflect on racism
Working for five long days at the polls has restored my hope for our ability to come together as a nation.
40 years after the brutal murder of four U.S. church women, Maryknoll lay missioners reflect on their legacy.
May this unusual Thanksgiving take us to the ones who most need us (November 2020 ‘Ted’s Talk’)
The pandemic has presented us with unprecedented challenges
40 years after her martyrdom, Jean Donovan’s example continues to inspire.
World leaders, including Pope Francis, are calling for just and equitable distribution of any future COVID-19 vaccine.
Returned missioners continue to help migrants and promote fair trade.
Maria Montello publishes second children’s book
Gabe Hurrish begins his new ministry in a model village in a remote part of South Sudan
Missioners are happily returning to their ministries in Musoma, Tanzania
Recording of Oct. 18, 2020 prayer service
Outreach by the Deaf Development Programme into rural villages changes the lives of many
Pope Francis calls us to recognize that all of us are brothers and sisters, and to live accordingly (October 2020 ‘Ted’s Talk’)
HOPE Project’s emergency assistance helps this resilient family to survive
Community library program becomes lifeline for students struggling with disruption of their education