As she continues her commitment to mission, Kim Mom tells Maryknoll magazine that now she has a ‘better sense that I am loved.’
How the Maryknoll Deaf Development Programme helps Cambodia’s deaf people come into their own.
Inclusion does not follow the deaf student home. Life is different outside the haven of the Deaf Development Programme.
Hang Tran remembers a woman whose cry for help from the bondage of trafficking was heard by the Missionaries of Charity.
Julie Lawler finds that we can choose joy by participating in community and sharing experiences with others.
Fr. Charlie recounts an ‘unusual’ Saturday in Phnom Penh.
Julie Lawler in Cambodia reflects on the need to retreat and re-center on God’s call.
How Julie Lawler lives and experiences community with her mission team, colleagues and deaf students.
On April 27, 2022, a returned lay missioner is honored by the Ignatian Solidarity Network for his social justice leadership.
How might our lives be transformed if we saw ourselves as one global family — auntie, grandpa, sibling to one another?
Julie Lawler’s Dec. 2021 newsletter on saying yes to sharing life in mission