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...
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...
The season of Advent calls us to live in the space of hope and expectation while also being awake to the pain and suffering in the world.
Christmas is different in Tanzania, and Tanzanian Muslims’ reverence for Jesus and Mary can help us find common ground.
In an effort to improve the lives of students and their families, HOPE Project has begun to help repair and rebuild homes.
Peg Vãmosy reflects on her experience with the environmental dimensions of the Parable of the Talents in El Salvador.
Francis Wayne reflects on his new full-time ministry in Mombasa’s Shimo La Tewa Prison.
Watch a recording of the Dec. 2 Sending Ceremony of the MKLM Class of 2023 here.
Mary Heidkamp served as a Maryknoll missioner in Japan before there was an official Maryknoll lay mission program.
‘Let us burn incense, not children. Let us break bread, not bodies. Let us plant olive groves, not cemeteries.’
Russ Brine shares the success story of a former student of Kitale’s St. John Bosco Rehabilitation Centre.
Kathy Flatoff is returning to Kenya to once again serve as a nurse, this time in Kitale.
Peer-to-peer fundraising with a “Double your gift” match campaign
Gabe Hurrish remembers South Sudanese Bishop Paride Taban.
Susan Nagele remembers Bishop Paride Taban, the most compassionate, personable and kind bishop she ever worked for.
As she prepares for her time in mission, Sarah Bueter reflects on how to ‘reconfigure those on the peripheries as the center.’
How different the world would be if we all took Jesus’ commandment seriously!
Theresa Glaser answers a call in her heart: to return to and serve in Africa.
Gabe Hurrish reflects on his life as a missioner.
In rural South Sudan, many children have to stand guard on a platform, shouting and yelling to chase birds away from sorghum.
The award presentation to the returned missioner and community organizer took place Oct. 22 at Dolores Mission in L.A.
Marking World Mission Sunday (Oct. 22), Elvira Ramirez reflects on missionary discipleship and reimagining mission today.
Maryknoll Lay Missioners’ Orientation for the ‘Class of 2023’ begins on Oct. 9.
The Veryser family takes to the court and wades in the water.
Kathy follows in the footsteps of St. Hildegard, and Flávio gives more ecoretreats.
Grateful for the many blessings experienced during 15 years as a Maryknoll lay missioner working with youth in El Salvador.
A young Bolivian with severe disabilities benefits from targeted physical therapy.
Julie Lawler shares her experience at the Asia Deaf Catholic Conference 2023 in Jakarta, Indonesia.
This World Mission Sunday, we invite you to ‘walk together with us on the path of peace.’
If the Lord indeed hears the cry of the poor, we are called to listen as well.
Hang Tran is inspired by the faith of the family of an Indian Missionaries of Charity Brother.
Coralis Salvador reflects on her border work and strives toward communion with God and with one another.
A journey from the Altiplano of Peru to ESL and interfaith community-building in Delaware.
Entire Altman family and Ann and Suzy pitch in, helping the Soy Project succeed.
Joanne Miya shares lessons from students who put their own personal desires aside to assist others.
Mike Lattanzi reflects on a few of the ways life is different in Haiti.
A HOPE Project student overcomes many obstacles in her pursuit of starting a tailoring business.
Despite being displaced by a cartel’s threat of violence, Gilberto is a living testament to resilience and joy.
‘When I first got sober, I did not love myself much at all…. [I felt] I was not, in fact, worth loving.’
Finding what is simply the right thing to do — and not getting ‘frittered away by detail’
Grant that my heart may beat stronger for love of you in the poor, abandoned and downtrodden …
Dee Dungy advocates for women refugees in East Africa.
For returned missioner Celine Woznica, ‘border volunteering’ came to her own backyard.
From rural South Sudan, Gabe Hurrish reflects on one of Maryknoll Lay Missioners’ core values: simple living
Debbie Northern helped explain the asylum process to migrants in Juárez and guide border immersion in El Paso.
Helping someone who needs help is usually simple but not easy.
A video interview with Jaclyn Geyer about her work at St. Justin’s Centre for Children with Disabilities
During Festa Junina, Margarita Durán leads fun traditional dances in several favelas.
O God, help us to persevere in nonviolence and to abolish the causes of war from our own hearts and the face of the earth.
Heidi Cerneka’s new ministry addresses a serious global problem across three continents
Returned missioner Sam Janson strives to live a life that is still influenced by the Maryknoll spirit.
Brenda Seymour reflects on her two and a half weeks of volunteering at the border in El Paso.