Coralis Salvador, a Maryknoll lay missioner in El Paso, Texas, reflects on how we can take up our call to be shepherds for those who are lost or marginalized.
Sr. Jareen Aquino, MM, on mission in Tanzania, explains how the girls she accompanies are responding to their call to mission.
Joanne Miya, a Maryknoll lay missioner in Tanzania, reflects on the unlikely prophets in our midst.
Sami Scott, a Maryknoll lay missioner in Haiti, formerly in Cambodia, reflects on God's desire to heal us and give us life, which we help enact through service of one another.
Sr. Gloria Agnes, MM, considers what it means to trust God in the midst of life's storms.
Joanne Blaney, a Maryknoll lay missioner in Brazil, reflects on how small seeds of compassion sown can bear abundant fruit.
Maryknoll Father Bill Donnelly reflects on the faith of the people of Guatemala who have endured years of violence and oppression yet live in hope that justice will prevail.
Nancy Bourassa, a Maryknoll Affiliate from Wisconsin, considers how the Triune God calls us to mission.
Sr. Linda Donovan, MM, on mission in Santiago, Chile, reflects on the special meaning of Pentecost for us as we emerge from a global pandemic.
Sr. Melinda Roper, MM, on mission in Panamá, writes about how the Ascension of Jesus sends us on mission to preach the gospel to all creation.
Fr. Lance Nadeau, MM, who is on mission on the border of Kenya and Ethiopia, reflects on Peter's encounter with the Gentile Cornelius and the importance of intercultural exchange for peacebuilding today.
Maryknoll Father John McAuley looks to Scripture to understand the ways God lovingly prunes us so our lives bear fruit.