Kathy Bond and Flávio Rocha’s retreats facilitate holistic health and help people respond to the environmental crisis.
Emmanuel Napuon recounts how he overcame the obstacles in his path to getting an education.
Maryknoll lay missioners witness to the Spirit who is unsatisfied with structures that oppress and acts to create a new world order.
Debbie Northern shares observations from the border on the ‘crisis of immigration’
Coralis Salvador’s summer 2022 update from her border ministries
Victoria Arce reports on her first five months in Cochabamba
A video in honor of World Bicycle Day (June 3)
A new missioner’s reflection on dignified housing and the value of hope he had taken for granted.
A teacher’s lament after Uvalde
Pentecost appeal for support of Maryknoll Lay Missioners’ border ministries
Christ’s resurrection invites us to embrace peace and unity over division.
Learning from Mary to give of ourselves to others through unrestrained love (May 2022 ‘Ted’s Talk’).
A Mass in the chapel of El Salvador’s largest prison points to hope and a path toward reducing violence, restoring dignity and renewing life.
An immigration attorney’s update from just north of the border
Haitian program brings senior residents and elementary students together for joint activities.
This Women of Color (March 1) and International Women’s Day (March 8), we celebrate Roseline Magophie, the manager of a henhouse project in Haiti.
Young people in El Salvador who have no birth certificates face many obstacles and need help accessing education.
New missioner is learning much about resilience and faith from the people she is getting to know in Kenya.
Seeing students like Ethan excel is what makes everything we do at HOPE Project worth it.
Coralis Salvador witnesses transformative experiences at the border.
Christ invites us to enter into courageous conversations marked by deep listening (Feb. 2022 ‘Ted’s Talk’)
Weathering the ebbs and flows of migration and accompanying migrants at the border.
In this scripture reflection, returned Maryknoll lay missioner Michael Leen shares what he has learned from Tanzanians’ trust in God.
A chance encounter during an overnight stay in a clinic reminds Gabe Hurrish why mission matters.
A day of fun and games in a São Paulo favela.
What’s the meaning of our work at the border?
An appreciation of Father Tom Henehan from former Maryknoll Lay Missioners executive director Sam Stanton and Cecilia Espinoza.
Maryknoll Lay Missioners mourns the death of a great friend and mentor.
Starting in mission in El Salvador, Josh Wetmore learns the values of “esperar,” humility and soccer.
A successful store owner — an agent of change in remote South Sudan — talks about entrepreneurship and the importance of education.
The legacy of the first martyrs of El Salvador’s civil war — Father Rutilio Grande and the two lay leaders who died with him — continues to inspire people today.
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‘Goodness is stronger than evil. Love is stronger than hate. …’
Joanne Blaney gives an update on her restorative-justice and homeless ministries in São Paulo.
‘We must find the way to go to the peripheries to find Jesus in the poor, the homeless, the refugees, the forsaken.’
Have yourself a merry global Christmas — video featuring lay missioners and their communities around the world.
Maryknoll Lay Missioners’ 2021 Christmas message
How might our lives be transformed if we saw ourselves as one global family — auntie, grandpa, sibling to one another?
Maryknoll Lay Missioners’ largest class since 2005 will serve in Bolivia, Brazil, El Salvador, Kenya, Tanzania and at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Mexican American teacher Letty Macías joins Maryknoll Lay Missioners’ efforts to welcome migrants and refugees in El Paso.
A young South Sudanese with developmental disabilities met an untimely death. He will be missed by many.
Teaching deaf high-school students in Tanzania math and capoeira brings new insights into the mutuality of mission.
Coralis Salvador’s Dec. 2021 newsletter: Día de los Muertos, intentional community and Santa at the shelter.
Julie Lawler’s Dec. 2021 newsletter on saying yes to sharing life in mission
John O’Donoghue’s Dec. 2021 newsletter with updates from his ministry in Cochabamba
Larry Parr’s December 2021 newsletter: Inspired by Salvadoran youth ‘giving back.’
Remarks by Robert Ellsberg at Maryknoll Lay Missioners’ Sending Ceremony, Dec. 11, 2021
Kathy Bond and Flávio Rocha’s ministries in João Pessoa are transitioning back to in-person.
Ann Greig’s Dec 2021 newsletter from the Soy Program in El Salvador.
Hang Tran’s December 2021 newsletter: Welcoming and integrating a new resident at Home of Hope
In their December 2021 newsletter, Kevin and Marilyn McDonough share what Bahati, Nyasatu and the shoe repair man are teaching them.
Answering the call to provide a safe haven for migrants and asylum seekers at the border
Minh Nguyen mentors indigenous students, helping them stay in the countryside of Bolivia.
Watch the livestream of this year’s Covenant and Sending celebrations for Maryknoll Lay Missioners’ Class of 2021.
Maryknoll lay missioners, sisters, and priests and brothers respond to the needs of migrants and communities at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Grateful for amazing people like Gaudensia and Rosamistika
Russ Brine is building financial management capacities of a diocese’s accountants and program managers
Advent is a reminder to us that many are waiting for us to express our solidarity.
Dear Mary, walk beside us.
Vulnerable children in the HOPE Project in Mombasa, Kenya, now have better educational resources for learning.
Introducing the 13 new Maryknoll lay missioner candidates of the Class of 2021.
Inspired by a recent visit to the U.S./Mexico border, Ted Miles reflects on the need for a prophetic church today.
Genuine sharing and deep listening distinguish the Maryknoll approach to mission in El Salvador.
In this video, Minh Nguyen shares a story and reflection on the centrality of compassion in mission.