Maryknoll Sister Melinda Roper in Panama reflects on the struggles of small farmers to survive.
Maryknoll Sister Doreen Longres in Peru reflects on Jesus' call that we love one another.
Maryknoll Father John McAuley looks to Scripture to understand the ways God lovingly prunes us so our lives bear fruit.
Maryknoll Father Shaun Crumb writes from China about our call to be good shepherds for our youth in the United States who are crying out for protection from gun violence.
Maryknoll Father Shaun Crumb in China reflects on those who have answered the call to serve as good shepherds of others in the U.S. gun violence epidemic.
Maryknoll Father John McAuley describes the ways Jesus' life and teachings offer us "markers that keep us on target" during times of change and challenges.
Maryknoll Sr. Ann Hayden has spent her mission life in Central America, Korea, Sudan. She is currently doing pastoral work with a migrant community living along the U.S.-Mexico border at the southernmost tip of Texas.
Maryknoll Father Rodrigo Ulloa-Chavarry, who was ordained a Maryknoll priest in 2011, is currently serving in China.
Maryknoll Lay Missioner Tim Ross in El Salvador reflects on God's answer to the cries of all those who are suffering.
Marknoll Sister Marvie Misolas reflects on Jesus' example of courage and faithfulness to God’s call as a source of strength when we face doubt, fear, or even an imminent threat to life.
Maryknoll Sr. Mary Frances Kobets in Zimbabwe reflects on Jesus' example of letting one's clean heart beat for others.
Maryknoll Sister Miriam Frances Perlewitz in Bangladesh reflects on the need for a clean heart and steadfast spirit when facing life's challenges.