In rural South Sudan, many children have to stand guard on a platform, shouting and yelling to chase birds away from sorghum.
The award presentation to the returned missioner and community organizer took place Oct. 22 at Dolores Mission in L.A.
Marking World Mission Sunday (Oct. 22), Elvira Ramirez reflects on missionary discipleship and reimagining mission today.
Maryknoll Lay Missioners’ Orientation for the ‘Class of 2023’ begins on Oct. 9.
The Veryser family takes to the court and wades in the water.
Kathy follows in the footsteps of St. Hildegard, and Flávio gives more ecoretreats.
Grateful for the many blessings experienced during 15 years as a Maryknoll lay missioner working with youth in El Salvador.
A young Bolivian with severe disabilities benefits from targeted physical therapy.
Julie Lawler shares her experience at the Asia Deaf Catholic Conference 2023 in Jakarta, Indonesia.
This World Mission Sunday, we invite you to ‘walk together with us on the path of peace.’
If the Lord indeed hears the cry of the poor, we are called to listen as well.
Hang Tran is inspired by the faith of the family of an Indian Missionaries of Charity Brother.
Coralis Salvador reflects on her border work and strives toward communion with God and with one another.
A journey from the Altiplano of Peru to ESL and interfaith community-building in Delaware.
Reflections on Anne McSweeney from fellow missioner and housemate Patty Butler, SNDdeN
Together, let us be multipliers for nonviolence and peace.
Megan Hamilton reflects on her first year and a half of doing addiction recovery work in Mombasa, Kenya.
The Maryknoll Lay Missioners community mourns the passing of Bosse, one of the earliest and longest-serving Maryknoll lay missioners.
Jaclyn Geyer accompanies four children to their first treatments for clubfoot. Can you help fund the surgery for two of them?
Steve Veryser on learning from the miracle of growing something — and the effort and grace it takes.
Elvira Ramirez reflects on Pope Francis’ call to ‘open doors and windows and move out beyond.’
After two and a half years in Kuron Peace Village, Gabe Hurrish is now working in parish ministry in South Sudan.
Liz Cunningham talks trash — and, along with it, about poverty, community and hope.
Debbie Northern reports the latest from El Paso, as Title 42 finally ends.
Flávio Rocha and Kathy Bond continue to find creative ways to address the holistic health needs of their Brazilian community.
Coralis Salvador’s summer 2023 updates from the U.S.-Mexico border in El Paso, Texas
Among the world’s poorest of the poor, Gabe Hurrish finds an incredible spirit of generosity and humility.
Hang Tran reflects on a resident and a staff member of Home of Hope who both inspire her in very different ways.
Debbie Northern says too often migrants are not being treated as our brothers and sisters. Christians need to reach out with compassion.
Getting out of one’s armchair and stepping into the ring is one of the fastest and surest ways to be humbled, Anna Johnson finds.
Francis Wayne shares the travails of traveling to and from his prison ministry site in Mombasa, Kenya.
Challenged by the call to humility, Joanne Miya finds some role models among Uzima Centre’s clients.
Life in mission takes adjustments and frustrations, Josh Wetmore finds. But the payoff is in the encounters with wonderful people.
Help Maryknoll Lay Missioners care for refugees and others through our service.
On this World Refugee Day, Heidi Cerneka challenges us to welcome refugees as our brothers and sisters.
Rich Tarro shares the extraordinary hardships faced by a Kenyan family — and how the HOPE Project is helping.
Now in Zaragoza, the soy program continues to provide nutrition to those in need.
Victoria Arce serves abused girls in Cochabamba by helping out with whatever is needed.
Mike Lattanzi shares some snippets of life as he and his wife, Susan, start out in mission in Haiti.
Maryknoll Affiliates help to spruce up — and serve at — a migrant center in Mexicali.
As she continues her commitment to mission, Kim Mom tells Maryknoll magazine that now she has a ‘better sense that I am loved.’
Deaf Students Live in a Silent WorldIn Phnom, Penh, Cambodia, hard of hearing and deaf students...
How the Maryknoll Deaf Development Programme helps Cambodia’s deaf people come into their own.
A missioner’s prayer of thanks for opened eyes, lives and hearts.
On mission, Kyle Johnson finds himself being humbled on almost a daily basis.
Amidst self-doubt and fear — and overwhelming needs — a lay missioner finds her ‘job.’
Teaching a small business development course, Kyle Johnson reflects on the challenges of social enterprises in Tanzania.
How Joanne Blaney had a hand in what happened at President Lula’s inauguration
Statements from the Maryknoll Lay Missioners border team on the End of Title 42
Despite the hardships she sees all around her, Louise Locke find reasons for hope in the inspiring people she accompanies.
To Joe Sherman, ‘Everything I loved about being in mission in Bolivia seemed to disappear in a flash.’
Let us embrace the opportunities before us — to cooperate, to co-create and to embody together the Spirit’s movement through our lives.
John O’Donoghue talks about his many decades of serving marginalized people around the world with works of mercy.
Returned missioner Judy Ress continues to give workshops in holistic health and eco-spirituality at Tremonhue in the Andes.
What makes us one is God’s love for us, and God’s call to us to serve all God’s children.
Gabe Hurrish takes inspiration from Jesus’ example of walking with the disciples on their way to Emmaus.
A women’s cooperative started by Maryknoll in Brazil provides support and livelihoods.
A song — and ruminations and insights while waiting in the market for the storm to pass.
Journeying together from fear and sadness to joyful hope and deep peace
A reflection from our outgoing executive director, Ted Miles
Hang Tran finds inspiration in how differently abled persons tackle life’s challenges in Cambodia.
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.