Amidst self-doubt and fear — and overwhelming needs — a lay missioner finds her ‘job.’
Gabe Hurrish takes inspiration from Jesus’ example of walking with the disciples on their way to Emmaus.
A chance encounter during an overnight stay in a clinic reminds Gabe Hurrish why mission matters.
Accompanying Cambodians through key life events taught Hang Tran the importance of steadfastness in adversity.
For Larry Parr, accompaniment is one of the most important parts of his ministry in El Salvador.
Tanzanian center accompanies those living with HIV/AIDS, working to lighten their burden and allowing them to ‘live positively.’
Margarita Durán follows her vocation to teach, uplift and accompany communities in Brazil’s favelas.
Gabe Hurrish reflects on the call to “be in mission”
Maryknoll lay missioners continue to prove that a small group of people can make a big difference. With your help, we are reclaiming hope.
Latin Americans value close family ties and togetherness, which make self-quarantining particularly difficult.
In her ministry with the elderly, Cortney Freshwater receives joy and wisdom from her many abuelas.