‘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...
From Maryknoll Mission Education Written by Kevin M. Foy, February 22, 2018 Sixteen years ago, the...
Today, we share the work of Susan Nagele in Kenya through her recent newsletter. “Kenya held the...
“In the face of the tragic continuation of conflicts in different parts of the world, I invite all...
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
Ann Greig shares her daily routine at her soy nutrition ministry in El Salvador.
Publications feature women’s work at the border.
Kathy Flatoff reflects on a great Christmas gift — and on her missioner experience of the past three years.
Juan, Mercedes, William and Hazel had to overcome great odds to graduate and pursue their goals.
HOPE Project helps student achieve his educational goals.
Julie Lawler on using the gifts of the Holy Spirit in her ministry with the Deaf community in Cambodia
In the midst of the pandemic, 5-year-old Héctor, who has autism, is making great strides in his development.
Financial management consulting, nursing, wellness and caring for children with disabilities
One year into her service at the U.S.-Mexico border, Coralis Salvador shares experiences from her ministries.
In the midst of the pandemic. Uzima Centre manages to make a big difference in its clients’ lives.
With the help of Maryknoll Lay Missioners’ COVID-19 Relief Fund, students in La Esperanza can now participate in remote learning.
Board member (and returned missioner) Vicki Simon helps Maryknoll Lay Missioners prepare for a strong future
Returned missioner Sheila Matthews continues a life of service and accompaniment.
The practice of justice begins when we cross the border separating us from the least of our sisters and brothers (February 2021 ‘Ted’s Talk’)
New sprouts of hope have grown from a garden at a Cambodian home for youth living with disabilities.
As Haiti faces another round of violent turmoil, say a prayer for all Haitian mothers.
Jill Foster, Sami Scott and Abby Belt share updates from their ministries in Gros Morne, Haiti
A reflection on the wonder of firsts
Romano Longole and the Peace Team of Kuron Peace Village mediate and build peace by addressing cattle raiding and other conflicts and social issues in a remote part of South Sudan.
Maryknoll lay missioners continue to prove that a small group of people can make a big difference. With your help, we are reclaiming hope.
‘I don’t want to forget 2020. We needed this horrible, awful year to finally see clearly again.’
A New Year’s prayer embracing both new life and painful loss
This Martin Luther King’s Birthday, let us strive for the ‘beloved community’ — especially during this time of polarization (January 2021 ‘Ted’s Talk’)
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.