Vol. 49, No. 1
A bi-monthly newsletter on international justice and peace issues.
Dan Moriarty tells how our encounters in mission can compel us to return home by a different way.
In honor of the Sept. 17 feast day of St. Heldegard, Maryknoll Lay Missioner Kathy Bond reflects on her pilgrimage to the saint's abbey in Germany
On Sunday, Dec. 31, the Church celebrates the Feast of the Holy Family during the eight-day celebration of Christmas. The feast day celebrates the family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph as a model of love, acceptance, and faithfulness.
Updates from Maasai peoples and church actors working in solidarity to defend the rights of Indigenous Maasai communities in Tanzania.
A first-hand account of what happened at COP28 and what comes next, from three representatives of Catholic organizations who were in Dubai for the UN Climate Conference.
Sr. Claudette LaVerdiere, MM, recalls an insight her brother shared 30 years ago.
A first-hand account of what happened at the UN Climate Conference COP28 in Dubai by Lisa Sullivan, Senior Program Officer for Integral Ecology at the Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns.
Dc. Joshua Maondo, MM, sees the visitation as a model for how we are to welcome the stranger.
Maryknoll Lay Missioner Richard Dixon tells of a friendship forged in Mexicali, Mexico.
Sr. Dee Smith, MM, sees her ministry with migrants as a way of preparing the way for the coming of Emmanuel.
Fr. Alejandro Marina, MM, invites us to be "awake" to the causes of mass migration and displacement in our world.