Vicki Simon, Becca Muder, and Heidi Cerneka, three Maryknoll lay missioners who call St. Louis...
Publications feature women’s work at the border.
CNS highlights Maryknoll lay missioner’s work in El Salvador and the legacy of the four martyred U.S. church women
Lay missioner’s teaching of shantala baby massage is highlighted by Com Você program.
Cover story features lay missioners combating climate change
On the perils for older detainees in ICE custody.
With Peruvian borders closed because of the pandemic, ‘an infinite abyss’ has opened
Syracuse, Worcester and Hartford dioceses report on new missioners’ Sending.
‘If asylum is the gold standard, withholding of removal is the aluminum standard.’
Maryknoll Lay Missioners and Maryknoll Sisters jointly celebrate and officially send forth five new missioners.
Video of Covenant Mass
Dec. 14 Sending Ceremony to launch four Maryknoll lay missioners and one Maryknoll sister on their overseas missions.
7-minute video introducing four new lay missioners who will be going into mission in Cambodia, Haiti and Kenya.
Robert Ellsberg, Kathleen DeSutter Jordan, Patrick Jordan and Kate Hennessy speak at Dorothy Day gathering at Maryknoll
The Fall/Winter 2019 issue of Voices of Compassion magazine features compelling lay missioner stories
Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns sharply criticizes the U.S. government’s Nov. 4 move to formally withdraw from the Paris agreement
Lay missioner ‘in the middle of one of the most contentious issues’
“Maryknoll missionary takes faith, desire to serve to Cambodia.”
Karen Bortvedt talks about her lay mission service in Cambodia and her current work for Maryknoll Lay Missioners.
Kathy Flatoff tells Catholic Life magazine how 33 years after first applying to Maryknoll, she became a lay missioner in Kenya.
… and a renewed appreciation for a global community that makes a difference in a small Andean village in Bolivia.
Accompanying Cambodians through key life events taught Hang Tran the importance of steadfastness in adversity.
Business plans, graduations and hopeful first steps at St. Justin’s, the Musoma diocese and the IHSA sisters
17 years after first teaching math at a Tanzanian high school, Steve Veryser returns to help educate deaf students there.
For Larry Parr, accompaniment is one of the most important parts of his ministry in El Salvador.
Coralis Salvador’s ministry update: Encuentro Project is back up and running.
A returned missioner reflects on volunteering at the El Paso – Ciudad de Juárez border
Tanzanian center accompanies those living with HIV/AIDS, working to lighten their burden and allowing them to ‘live positively.’
Living our faith as Christians is not about power but about service to others (scripture reflection for Sept. 19, 2021).
Violence, hunger and crime are on the rise 10 years after South Sudan’s independence
Debbie Northern is starting her new ministries in border immersion and migrant services in El Paso.
HOPE Project in Mombasa begins education support for a new group of orphans and other vulnerable children.
Soy project in El Salvador trains women in new entrepreneurial skills for the informal market.
The advice ‘Be Maryknoll wherever God places you again’ bears much fruit with returned missioners
From Shantala baby massage to retreats and trauma therapy, Kathy Bond and Flávio Rocha are returning to in-person work
A prayer service in remembrance of September 11, 2001 — We remember, we hope, we pray for peace and healing
Margarita Durán follows her vocation to teach, uplift and accompany communities in Brazil’s favelas.
Peg Vámosy shares ‘Season of Creation’ lessons from her parish environmental and agricultural ministry in El Salvador
Maryknoll Lay Missioners expands migrant ministries at border; asks for support of its Border-El Salvador Fund.
Margarita Durán has started teaching Zumba at the Migrant Integration Center in São Paulo.
We must allow the absolute love of God to transcend our own darkness (scripture reflection for Aug. 29, 2021).
Twin Cities area’s returned Maryknoll lay missioners hold prayer vigil with and for migrants and refugees
Visiting again with friends at Hogar San José brings special joy after an 18-month-long pandemic separation.
New sheep help family of young man with disabilities high up in the Andes.
Dan Moriarty has adapted well to his new life and MOGC work for justice in Washington DC.
Tributes from Maryknoll Lay Missioners mourning the death of one of our co-founders, Father Jack Sullivan, MM
Income-generating workshops help Salvadoran women during pandemic.
Learning from the Franciscan tradition to see — and act — differently (August 2021 ‘Ted’s Talk’)
Coralis Salvador reflects on the Gospel call to follow the Shepherd and help shepherd others (16th Sunday in Ordinary Time)
God invites us to follow, to love, to enter into solidarity with Haiti (July 2021 ‘Ted’s Talk’).
Most South Sudanese have given up hope in their leaders; they trust in God, persevere and do what they can to improve their lives.
Abby Belt says not to lose hope in the wake of the July 7 assassination of Haiti’s president, as the country is under a ‘state of siege.’
After nine years of ministry in El Salvador, Rick Dixon bids farewell as he returns to California.
As restrictions start to lift, challenges remain for the education of young people in marginalized communities of El Salvador.
Ann Greig’s Soy Project organized skills workshops for women during COVID crisis.
Observing Thom, a young Cambodian with developmental disabilities, in action reminds Hang Tran to pick up a lot of other kinds of ‘debris.’
In this scripture reflection for July 4, 2021, Joanne Miya says we need to pay attention to the wisdom of unlikely prophets.
Amidst pandemic challenges, a Tanzanian center for persons living with HIV manages to inspire success stories.
Sambath’s story — and how donors have helped 32 deaf people thrive this year
The Veryser family’s summer newsletter reports on harvesting their first rice and new efforts bearing other good fruit.
Sami Scott reflects on God’s desire to heal us and give us life, which we help enact through service of one another.
In their Summer 2021 newsletter, Kevin and Marilyn McDonough provide their latest ministry updates.
In her Summer 2021 newsletter, Coralis Salvador is inspired by the resilience of children and the persistence of a peacebuilder.
Summer 2021 newsletter with John’s updates on COVID situation and his ministry with Missionaries of Charity
Leticia Macias talks about her volunteer work as a legal aide assisting immigrants at the border in El Paso.
Larry Parr and William Méndez reflect on the meaning of Pentecost for young people in rural El Salvador.
São Paulo network serves an average of 1,000 lunches per day to people experiencing homelessness.
A video describing how this Maryknoll program builds bridges between the deaf world and the hearing world.
As she prepares to finish her mission work in Haiti, Abby Belt helps set some new goals (of soccer) at her school.
Supporting the education of HOPE Project’s children also means supporting their families in their everyday struggles.