“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.
‘The Holy Spirit is a jolly joker,’ says Gabe.
Catholic News Service on new Bishop McCarthy Award
In its Encounter newsletter, the US Catholic Mission Association has published a feature on Joanne...
Joanne Blaney discusses her work at the Popular Education and Human Rights Center in São Paulo.
Catholic News Service featured Larry Parr's ministry in El Salvador. The April 3, 2019 article was...
Father Charlie Dittmeier, a diocesan priest and member of Maryknoll Lay Missioners, was featured...
Air Force Academy alums’ magazine features Marilyn Kott
Last year Maryknoll lay missioner Ann Greig was interviewed on Salvadoran TV about her innovative...
The National Catholic Reporter's Peter Feuerherd reported on the Dec. 8, 2018 Sending Ceremony in...
Read Catholic News Service's coverage of the Sending Ceremony and Maryknoll Lay Missioners' new...
The Catholic Post, the diocesan newspaper of the Diocese of Peoria, Illinois, features Susan...
Dec. 8 Sending Ceremony to launch 12 Maryknoll Lay Missioners and one Maryknoll Sister on their overseas missions
All four branches of Maryknoll call on U.S. leaders to 'respond with compassion and dignity worthy...
Loan assistance programs help post-grad volunteers during years of service Maryknoll Lay Missioner...
Jean Donovan’s Guitar This past December, Maryknoll Lay Missioner Debbie Northern (working at our...
Greetings from Mwanza! The kids started a new school year at Isamilo International School in...
Teresa Villaruz Bolivia – December 2017 “Hold Me” Greetings y’all! I officially just completed a...
What Kenyans can teach us about persevering in the midst of great hardships
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
Stories of experiences and encounters in and around Kuron Peace Village
Stories, impacts, challenges and lessons learned at a Kuron Peace Village workshop
Most recently served as executive director of Catholic Charities in Stockton.
Exclaiming resurrection love at a time of profound sorrow and vulnerability (April 2022 ‘Ted’sTalk’)
Learning how to reach out in love — in different languages.
How a stranger helped me encounter God in our mutual vulnerability
Judy Walter introduces some of her neighbors at the Lake House of Prayer in Mwanza, Tanzania.
Maryknoll Lay Missioners project makes a profound difference in the lives of increasingly isolated older people in the Andes
On April 27, 2022, a returned lay missioner is honored by the Ignatian Solidarity Network for his social justice leadership.
A young woman in remote South Sudan shares the story of her education journey and the many obstacles she had to overcome.
Give me, O Lord, the courage to build peace with all people.
Buenos dias and a smile — It’s through doing the small things that we can make a difference (a Lenten reflection)
The friendships and interactions among these youth can be both challenging and genuine and down-to-earth — a mirror for a reflection on love.
I have learned these past two months what it means to adapt, transform and apply.
Paul Farmer’s death last week reminded Marj Humphrey of the significant impact he had on her and her Kenyan clinic.
A returned Maryknoll lay missioner draws upon his experience and ability in working with refugees from Afghanistan.
Melissa Altman reflects on ‘blindly’ embracing the adventure of mission within family life
After almost 40 years in mission, Ann Greig is preparing a transition for her Salvadoran Soy Program to new leadership.
Continuing to teach financial management skills and to accompany children living with disabilities.
Louise Locke joins a street ministry in Cochabamba and reflects on vulnerability as the ‘birthplace of love.’
Uzima Centre provides a safe place for teens to process their often difficult experiences and to prepare for a healthy and happy future.
Saying ‘yes’ to being ‘all in’ in responding to God’s invitation
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.