Immediate and sustained actions must be taken to mitigate the tremendous suffering and consequences of the occupation in Afghanistan and to ensure that future needless and costly wars are averted.
Vol. 46, No. 5
A bi-monthly newsletter of information on international justice and peace issues.
Maryknoll Father Ken Thesing, who served in Tanzania and Rome, reflects on the meaning of discipleship and following the example of Jesus.
In a series of two-page briefs, the Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns addresses key global issues which are the focus of our work in Washington, DC, and at the UN.
As we pursue global recovery from the pandemic, we are weary and looking for hope. Join us as we reflect on the readings and the words of Maryknoll missioners, consider the global social challenges facing our world, and discern how to take action for meaningful change. Spanish version available...
Watch the recording of a webinar put on in honor of the International Day of Peace, Sept. 21, “Nonviolence & the Web of Creation.”
Find resources for taking action to help Afghan refugees, for the Season of Creation, for the International Day of Peace, and much more.
Faith leaders in the United States continue to call on the U.S. government and global leaders to ramp up access to COVID-19 vaccines, especially for impoverished countries around the world.
Dr. Don McCrabb, chair of the Catholic Cares Coalition and executive director of the U.S. Catholic Mission Association, wrote the following article on conscience and the Church’s encouragement of COVID-19 vaccines.