During the 1930s, Dr. Harry Blaber, a Brooklyn physician, served as a medical missioner with Maryknoll in China.
In East Africa, a setback for achieving gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls
Last year’s racist mass shooting must be a call to action. Light a candle and do your part!
Maryknoll parish’s community health program tackles health insurance and other obstacles that prevent children with disabilities from accessing care
Lessons from a breakfast with Enriqueta and Eugenio, as they shelter from a tropical storm in El Salvador
Meet Constance Langoya, a woman of constant strength
During the strict Bolivian quarantine, lay missioners in Cochabamba have been providing daily meals to hungry and homeless people.
A Maryknoll Lay Missioners statement
From Maryknoll Lay Missioners’ Anti-Racism Task Force
On the surface, life in Tanzania looks normal, but coronavirus cases are multiplying.
Peg Vámosy reflects on how this pandemic offers us the opportunity for a fresh start on healing our broken relationship with all God’s creation.
Joanne Blaney shares the story of a member of her base community.
For poor but resilient families in Mombasa, Kenya, finding enough food to make it through the pandemic presents an enormous challenge.
Father Bill Vos reflects on ‘laying down one’s life’ for others in global mission
Running a food ministry during the COVID-19 lockdown gave Juan Gomez a new perspective on a plate of food.
On any given Saturday, Agustín is on the soccer field or on his patio, sharing with and mentoring the community’s kids.
Communities in El Salvador are rallying to respond to COVID-19 and Tropical Storm Amanda
At Jesuit Refugee Service in Nairobi, Dee Dungy speaks up for Sudanese, Somali and Ugandan refugees
Maryknoll urges continuing work toward permanent solution for ‘Dreamers’
What God the Father can teach us about the vocation of fatherhood
How does the human spirit remain hopeful when suffering seems to have no end?
Missionaries of Charity home in rural Cambodia responds to new challenges during COVID-19.
Official statement by Maryknoll Sisters, Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers, and Maryknoll Lay Missioners
A young Brazilian man’s life and death are a window into Brazil’s inequality and systemic racism.
Today’s Maryknoll presence at the U.S.-Mexico border continues the legacy of hope built by a previous team that worked there from 1995 until 2009.
A video featuring physicians Anne Berry and George Stablein talking about their experiences as Maryknoll lay missioners in Tanzania
Heidi Cerneka on the May 12 decision by the U.S. government to close the door on asylum seekers indefinitely.
A poem for George Floyd, for Ahmaud Arbery and for all — by a fed-up millennial
While teaching during the COVID-19 crisis, returned missioner Steve Pohl applies what he learned in Bolivia from wrestling with shortages, grief, sudden changes, and the need to improvise.
‘Breaking the fast’ and ‘feeding the hungry’ take on new meaning during COVID-19
A medida que la cuarentena de Bolivia afecta más a las personas sin hogar, Juan Gómez y Cortney Freshwater están proporcionando comidas diarias.
Margarita Duran continues to teach immigrant children and encounters food insecurity in one of the main epicenters of the pandemic.
In Mombasa, Kenya, the pandemic is putting many additional pressures on families surviving day by day.
Steve Veryser reflects on his discernment into mission and how God ‘caught’ him.
Karen Bortvedt Estrada interviews lay missioners every other Monday at 11 am EDT.
Vocational school in Mombasa rallies to support its students and families during the COVID-19 crisis
A reflection for Laudato Si’ Week (May 16-24, 2020) from El Salvador
COVID-19 is separating people from their families—an occupational hazard familiar to all missioners
Recording of the April 29, 2020 live panel presentation with three Maryknoll lay missioners
As Bolivia’s quarantine hits those who are homeless the hardest, Juan Gomez and Cortney Freshwater are providing daily meals.
An analysis by Susan Nagele for the Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns
Tawny Thanh reflects on the readings for this Fifth Sunday of Easter, Mother’s Day
Video interview with Liz Mach on protecting girls from female genital mutilation, child marriage and other forms of gender-based violence
Do it right, or the devil will come and dance in your home!
Stranded in a remote area of South Sudan, Gabe Hurrish encounters the Toposa people.
Liz Mach helps Tanzanian diocese fight female genital mutilation, child marriage and other gender-based violence.
Lay missioners in the Tanzania region have been helping prepare for COVID-19 through several initiatives that sew protective face masks.
Two of her clients released from ICE custody after lawsuit
Fourth Sunday of Easter: Susan Nagele preaches on the Good Shepherd.
Immigration attorney Heidi Cerneka urges release of nonviolent detained migrants