A Maryknoll Lay Missioners statement
Maryknoll urges continuing work toward permanent solution for ‘Dreamers’
Official statement by Maryknoll Sisters, Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers, and Maryknoll Lay Missioners
Dec. 14 Sending Ceremony to launch four Maryknoll lay missioners and one Maryknoll sister on their overseas missions.
New Bishop McCarthy Spirit of Mission Award honors returned lay missioners.
April 4 statement was issued by more than 40 U.S.-based faith, human rights, humanitarian and immigrant rights organizations
Dec. 8 Sending Ceremony to launch 12 Maryknoll Lay Missioners and one Maryknoll Sister on their overseas missions
Sending marks the 50th lay missioner class since 1975
The event commemorates the anniversary of the martyrdom of the four U.S. church women in El Salvador in 1980.
Maryknoll Lay Missioners announces the appointment of Ted Miles as Executive Director. Ted assumes...
The first formal Orientation Program began in 1975 Today, Maryknoll Lay Missioners (MKLM),...
Sam Stanton and Cecilia Espinosa of Maryknoll Lay Missioners To Speak at Inaugural MISSIO Congress...
Maryknoll Lay Missioners Announces Student Loan Repayment Program, Opening Doors for Future Generations of Mission Outreach
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 8, 2016 – Maryknoll Lay Missioners is excited to announce our...
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Sept. 22, 2015 Sharing a message of welcome with Pope Francis, Maryknoll Lay...
Maryknoll Lay Missioners (MKLM) is hosting an event to celebrate its 40th Anniversary and honor...
Media Contact: Lucy Leety-Wheeler Cell: 312-315-8580 firstname.lastname@example.org “I Will Arise in my...
Sam Stanton was interviewed live on CatholicTV's “This is the Day” talk show, on Tuesday February...
OSSINING, NY (January 8, 2015) Maryknoll Lay Missioners (MKLM) pays tribute to Lay Missioner...
SPOKANE, Wash. - Gonzaga University, chosen to host the 2014 Opus Prize, one the world's most...
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.
Vicki Simon reports on her most recent volunteer experience at Casa del Refugiado.
Now is the time to re-imagine our world and see it through God’s eyes (June 2021 ‘Ted’s Talk’).
Andersen’s experience sows seeds of hope, compassion and new possibilities (scripture reflection for June 13, 2021).
In the midst of much bad environmental news, Flávio Rocha still finds reason for hope.
The henhouse project of Sami Scott and her team produces eggs for the community of Gros Morne in northern Haiti.
Gabe Hurrish reflects on the call to “be in mission”
Maryknoll Lay Missioners recently spearheaded a successful collaborative project to restore a reliable water supply to a remote Andean community.
A look at the many different ways in which Maryknoll lay missioners and their communities around the world are building peace together.
Video of Maryknoll Lay Missioners’ Pentecost celebration featuring music by Athenas and Pedro Rubalcava as well as reflections from missioners and their communities around the world.
This Pentecost, let us trust the Holy Spirit will indeed travel on the bridges we build. (May 2021 ‘Ted’s Talk’)
Mike Garr spent three and half years as a Maryknoll lay missioner serving in vocational education in Kenya.
At São Paulo’s Street Network Project, lay missioners help those experiencing homelessness and food insecurity.
Vicki Simon, Becca Muder, and Heidi Cerneka, three Maryknoll lay missioners who call St. Louis...
Jesus modeled for us the way: to lose ourselves in love and live for the whole of the beloved community — “to mercy our world.”
New campaign raises funds for Maryknoll Lay Missioners and celebrates Father Bill Vos’ four decades of service in mission.
Missioners understand the crucial role women play in transforming communities. They share stories of four women leaders who have inspired them.
For decades Maryknoll lay missioners have accompanied communities in South Sudan, as they have struggled to heal their divided nation.
More than 20 years after first joining Maryknoll Lay Missioners, Hiep and Tawny are returning home from Bolivia.
Sau thời gian dài cầu nguyện, Hiệp và Vân quyết định sẽ về hưu cuối tháng tư năm nay.
Mary, a woman in the Kenyan slum of Kibera, can teach us how to love the forgotten and unloved in our own lives.
A prayer for our contemporary Easter journey
Jesus’ commandment to wash others’ feet takes on a whole new meaning in dusty South Sudan.
Sister Janice and Henri Nouwen help us discover the joy of being the brother or sister of all (April 2021 ‘Ted’s Talk’)
Cathy Rowan (Class of 1987) works with Maryknoll Sisters and other groups to bring justice through shareholder advocacy.
Returned missioner family started Catholic Worker community in Virginia
Maryknoll lay missioners serving in Africa, Asia and the Americas share why they have chosen a life of service.
Thanks to some good teamwork, Jesus-Mary School now has some respectable hoops for basketball.
Heidi Cerneka welcomes first ‘harm reductions’ at the border, but urges the new U.S. administration to end Title 42 expulsions.