Always a Missioner
Returned missioners continue lives of mission
Mission doesn’t end for our lay missioners when they return home. The global vision gained during their years with Maryknoll Lay Missioners infuses the rest of their lives, and many continue to work for positive transformation here in the US and abroad, using their talents, skills and experience to better the lives of others. In fact, we believe that once a missioner, always a missioner, which is why we call our program for returned missioners “ALWAYS A MISSIONER.”
A returned missioner reflects on volunteering at the El Paso – Ciudad de Juárez border
The advice ‘Be Maryknoll wherever God places you again’ bears much fruit with returned missioners
Twin Cities area’s returned Maryknoll lay missioners hold prayer vigil with and for migrants and refugees
Dan Moriarty has adapted well to his new life and MOGC work for justice in Washington DC.
Vicki Simon reports on her most recent volunteer experience at Casa del Refugiado.
Mary, a woman in the Kenyan slum of Kibera, can teach us how to love the forgotten and unloved in our own lives.
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
Her experiences as a Maryknoll lay missioner physician in Tanzania prepared Anne Berry well for her current studies in community-based medicine.