Maryknoll Lay Missioner Heidi Cerneka reflects on the Gospel call to respond to our neighbors in need.
Maryknoll Sr. Helen Graham reflects on the warm welcome she received in the Philippines and the Biblical virtue and duty of hospitality.
Maryknoll Affiliate Hugh Menton remembers a visit to Maryknoll Lay Missioners in El Salvador and reflects on what it means to love God and love one's neighbor.
Vol. 47, No. 4
A bi-monthly newsletter of information on international justice and peace issues.
Maryknoll Seminarian Tzong Haur Matthew Sim in Bolivia reflects on God's invitation to be a part of a new creation by transforming our relationships and ourselves.
Returned lay missioner Kathy McNeely reflects on responding to God's call to spread the Good News. This reflection was originally published in 2019.
Maryknoll Sister Jean Fallon was on mission in Japan for many years. “Living and working in a non-Christian milieu is very different from what Missioners might expect, say, in Latin America,” Sister Jean said. “The New Testament, however, brings insights to us all that are ever-new, ever deepening our faith and ever giving life to everyone.”
Each Sunday the Liturgy conveys a theme expressed in each of the readings. Today it seems to be about “keys,” to whom they were entrusted and what they might mean.
Sr. Teresa Dagdag, on mission in the Philippines, reflects on the Trinity as a model of the gift of relationships and our interconnectedness with all creation.
Returned Maryknoll Lay Missioner Mary Oldham Hannemann reflects on the care and compassion she witnessed in her community in Mombasa, Kenya.
Kathleen Kollman Birch, communications manager at the Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns, recalls the experience of Mass at a shelter for migrants in representing the unifying power of the Body and Blood of Christ.
Maryknoll Father Mike Briggs reflects on how the Holy Spirit inspires us to embrace dialogue and renewal as the Church.
Maryknoll Sister Darlene Jacobs reflects on the call of a missioner to witness to the God of love.