40 years after the brutal murder of four U.S. church women, Maryknoll lay missioners reflect on their legacy.
Life is a struggle for Salvadoran women like Leda, who make a living as street vendors.
The Salvadoran legacy of struggle, bravery, resilience and dedication
Miguel and Soña and how the ukulele can teach letters and so much more.
A meditation at Valeria and Óscar Martínez’ grave in San Salvador
Video: Missioner children share their experiences of living abroad, learning new things and making new friends.
In this 4-minute video, Maryknoll lay missioners in El Salvador share how they are working with others to make life better for people there.
Walking the Stations of the Cross in Santa Leonor and La Esperanza.
Fleeing gang violence, internally displaced Salvadorans find a temporary safe haven.
Video features Maryknoll lay missioner Melissa Altman’s work with a women’s cooperative in El Salvador
In El Salvador, Maryknoll missioners like Larry Parr work to address the root causes of emigration.