Louise Locke reflects on the hard lives of older women in Cochabamba
Edwin and Elmer taught me to appreciate and revel in the joy and beauty of an inclusive moment.
Louise Locke recounts a ‘Christmas miracle’ and an acute water shortage.
Louise Locke talks about her vocation journey and her work as a Maryknoll lay missioner in Bolivia.
Victoria Arce serves abused girls in Cochabamba by helping out with whatever is needed.
Despite the hardships she sees all around her, Louise Locke find reasons for hope in the inspiring people she accompanies.
To Joe Sherman, ‘Everything I loved about being in mission in Bolivia seemed to disappear in a flash.’
John O’Donoghue talks about his many decades of serving marginalized people around the world with works of mercy.
Joe Loney and Filo Siles discuss their disability ministry at the Social Justice Foundation in Cochabamba.
Tawny Thanh and Hiep Vu, recently retired Maryknoll lay missioners, continue to live and volunteer in Bolivia.
Do a little dance, in spite of it all — and spread some joy.