Maryknoll Lay Missioners Celebrates 40 Years with Ossining Event
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Archbishop Oscar Romero Beatification Celebrations, Ossining NY
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Sam Stanton Appearance on CatholicTV
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Maryknoll Lay Missioners Celebrates a Life Dedicated to Mission – Joe Regotti
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Gonzaga names jurors for Opus Prize nominees
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Meet Maryknoll Lay Missioners’ Class of 2022
Two new families join Maryknoll Lay Missioners and prepare to serve in Haiti and Tanzania.
Joys and ‘Success’
Teachers pool their resources for Success — and for good times and hard times
Education can make all the difference
Rich Tarro draws inspiration from families whose faith-filled lives exemplify trust in God’s loving providence.
It’s all connected: Restorative justice work across Brazil
Joanne Blaney sees profound connections in her restorative-justice work — from São Paulo to the Amazon and other regions of Brazil.
Jean Donovan’s legacy continues
‘Whose heart would be so staunch as to favor the reasonable thing in a sea of their tears and helplessness? Not mine, dear friend, not mine.’ – Jean Donovan
Finding joy in South Sudan
Despite the backbreaking poverty, corruption and violence, South Sudan is not yet finished. Its pockets of joy can still inspire hope.
From harm to healing
A powerful reminder of the transformation of peace — from suffering to healing through the path of compassion
New peer-to-peer fundraising tool
Maryknoll Lay Missioners launches concerted Advent fundraising campaign with easy-to-use, new resource.
Saying Mass for the president
Fr. Charlie recounts an ‘unusual’ Saturday in Phnom Penh.
Bloqueos and other Bolivian road adventures
Joe Loney on what it takes to even just get to his ministry sites.
‘Who are these signs for anyways?’
Steve Veryser reads and ponders a few signs of the times.
CNS reports on McCarthy Award
Catholic News Service story on award recipients Merwyn and Kirstin De Mello
Continuing unrest in Haiti
Jill Foster reports on the blockades and violence in Haiti and their impact on people’s lives.
A day in the life of a saint
Accompanying lay missioners in Bolivia, Elvira Ramirez met many saints.
Standing up to unjust laws
At the U.S.-Mexico border, Debbie Northern reflects on the Christian call to seek justice for all who are oppressed.
We need each other
One thing Joanne Miya has learned working as a lay missioner in Tanzania is that we can’t make it on our own.
On healing and gratitude
Healing is a process, a journey of reintegration
You shall be my witnesses
What Aunt Ron — and Pope Francis — taught me about following Christ in mission (Oct. 2022 ‘Ted’s Talk’)
Merwyn and Kirstin De Mello receive 2022 Bishop McCarthy Award
Dedicated peacebuilders were honored on World Mission Sunday, Oct. 23.
Working for peace among cattle herders
Kuron Peace Village works to prevent, address and mediate the Toposas’ long-running conflicts around cattle-raiding
An unexpected auto mechanic lesson
Francis Wayne adjusts his vocational school’s lesson plan with a practical demonstration.
Finding the way
Lessons from walking the Camino and from the U.S.-Mexico border
Finding hope by admitting defeat
Recovering alcoholic/addict Megan Hamilton takes AA meetings to Mombasa’s mental health hospital.
Building community promotes nonviolence
In an environment of violence and trauma, young Salvadorans find ways to build community and a better future.
The Soy Program prepares to move to Zaragoza
Ann Greig is closing the San Ramón location of her 28-year-old nutritional program and transitions it to new leadership.
‘My life is my message’
Coralis Salvador reports the latest from her work at a migrant shelter at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Brother Snake, Sister Rabbit
At Home of Hope, when a snake appears, a life-giving moment ensues.
A new retreat for young people
Forging new ways of working toward nonviolence and building peace
Passing through many doors
Liz Cunningham reflects on the path that has led her to nonviolence work in El Salvador.
Who are the Lazaruses in your life?
How often do we fail to see and help the poor who are at our gates/doors/borders or in our communities?
Accounting for our stewardship
Flávio José Rocha reflects on Jesus’ teaching to be just and generous stewards of all that God has given to us.
Finding peace in music
Art and music therapy classes bring refugees in Ethiopia new life, encouragement and healing.
Into your hands
O God, take me and plant me like a seed. Plant me deep in your love.
Traveling on the path of nonviolence
Violence is ubiquitous in El Salvador, but love shows another way.
The work of nonviolence starts with each of us
Rather than look the other way, we must enter into challenging situations with love and compassion.
Pray, listen and follow God’s call
Julie Lawler in Cambodia reflects on the need to retreat and re-center on God’s call.
Learning nonviolent ways in Tanzania
Creating a nonviolent world can start with paying attention to what we say to each other.
Listening to the voice of creation
Peg Vámosy and her Salvadoran parish group promote sustainable agriculture and environmental awareness.
From Venezuela’s mountains to Capitol Hill
Lisa Sullivan brings her agroecology experience to her new job as MOGC’s Faith, Economy and Ecology director.
One family’s struggles
HOPE Project’s education support gives young people a chance for a better future.
Faith, hope and charity in South Sudan
Amidst so many problems, things happen to restore one’s faith in the goodness of people.
Happy 47th/28th anniversary!
To Richard Gatjens, working for Maryknoll Lay Missioners is an ‘opportunity to do good.’
‘God’s mission has a church’
We must keep our sight, our resources and our hearts focused on this mission, which is God in the world today.
Great is thy faithfulness
Jill Foster in Haiti reflects on the power of faith as the ‘realization of what is hoped for.’
‘We need mission right here!’
Appealing for mission both in the U.S. and abroad
Because there are no throwaway people
Care for God’s creation by supporting lay missioners’ environmental and sustainability work
‘Falling in love decides everything’
A celebration of Gerry Lee’s remarkable life, overflowing love, hope-filled activism and generosity of spirit.
Exquisite grace — and bucking the system
Rest in peace, Gerry Lee, long-time Maryknoll lay missioner and national leader in social-justice advocacy
Learning something new every day
Starting in my ministry of teaching auto mechanics and math
Remembering Brother John Beeching, MM
Lay missioners remember Maryknoll Brother John Beeching for sharing his overflowing love of God — and the world.