Embracing Jesus' Practice of Nonviolence
Meditations written by Ann Braudis, M.M. for participants in the Maryknoll Advanced Missionary Discipleship Formation Seminar "Exploring Our Call in Caring for Creation."
A two-page flyer about the issues raised in the Paris Climate Agreement and what you can do to support this important global call to action on the environment.
This 16-page guide offers reflections, questions, prayers, and actions based on the Gospel readings and the teachings of Pope Francis in Laudato Si'.
The Faith Economy Ecology Working Group has developed this series of reflections, prayers and actions for Advent 2015.
This resource is a presentation which was delivered via teleconference by Prof. Michael Northcott, University of Edinburgh, Scottland, at the 2009 Faith-Economy-Ecology forum.
“Pay Attention to the Great Economy!” Reflections on Luke 12:13-34, Earth Cosmology and Sabbath Economics, presented by Ched Myers, 2009.
Doing Good…Says Who?, a book written by Connie Newton and Fran Early, is based on over 400 interviews that put the reader on the ground with volunteers, NGOs, donors, and Guatemalans as cultures intersect. Through story telling, humor, analysis, and practical advice, Newton and Early highlight these five principles for guiding good intentions into shared productive outcome.
The following reflection and prayer is a collaborative effort of members of Religious at the UN (RUN), which includes the Maryknoll Sisters.
MY World is a global survey for citizens led by the United Nations and partners. It aims to capture people's voices, priorities and views, so that global leaders can be informed as they begin the process of defining the new development agenda for the world.
Justice for Immigrants’ Lenten toolkit contains weekly resources to accompany you through your Lenten journey.
Pope Francis gives a strong statement condemning modern-day slavery in his 2015 World Day of Peace message.
The Faith Economy Ecology Working Group has developed this series of reflections, prayers and actions for Advent 2014.
Check out a variety of resources from the National Religious Campaign Against Torture to commemorate Human Rights Day, December 10.
The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops' Justice for Immigrants campaign offers On Fire for Immigration Reform: A Pentecost Resource.
“The African Growth and Opportunity Act: An Empirical Analysis of the Possibilities Post-2015” was produced by the Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) and the Africa Growth Initiative (AGI) at the Brookings Institution.
Ready for Advent 2013, this collection of scripture reflections, written by Maryknoll missioners, Affiliates and staff, span the liturgical year (cycle A).
This slim volume contains lovely, thought-provoking reflections from missioners who have spent years living with impoverished and marginalized communities around the world.
This discussion paper highlights the principles outlined by faith groups and allied organizations that give public-private partnerships the best chance of success, while detailing the historical trends that led to the New Alliance announcement in May 2012.
As humanity faces the reality of exhausting a number of key natural resources, we realize that our economy, which is fundamentally built on the concept of never-ending exponential growth, must drastically change if we are going to live within the confines of a finite planet, Earth. This series of six articles, written by Dave Kane, looks at ecological economics and the idea of a steady state economy that will provide livelihoods while fitting within the footprint of Earth. The series was published in NewsNotes in 2009 and was updated in 2012.
In 2009, NewsNotes, our bimonthly publication, printed a series of six articles written by Dave Kane about the history and role of corporations in the U.S. The entire series, plus an addendum with additional information, is available in the PDF below.
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