Sr. Kathleen Reiley, MM, reflects on the importance of being "called by name."
Sister Carol Marie McDonald, MM, recalls a powerful encounter with a sick woman during Easter week and reflects on what the vulnerable teach us about faith.
Sr. Roni Schweyen, MM, reflects on how the joy of Easter gives us strength for the Christian life.
Sr. Theresa Kastner, MM, reflects on her time in Haiti in light of Jesus's example of humble leadership and ministry.
Sr. Luise Ahrens, MM, reflects on the deep meaning of land for the ancient Israelites and what this means for us today.
Larry Parr, a Maryknoll Lay Missioner in El Salvador, reflects on the relevance of Sunday's gospel reading for the Salvadoran Church as it honors the 40th anniversary of the martyrdom of St. Oscar Romero.
Maryknoll Lay Missioner Kathy Bond reflects on the witness of the Samaritan woman at the well in light of her work with women's groups in Brazil.
Sr. Pat Conroy, MM, reflects on how the journey of Lent calls us to a deeper trust in God.
Sr. Jean Fallon, MM, reflects on how Jesus's time in the desert forms him for his ministry as the Messiah, the prince of peace.
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Sr. Helen Graham, MM, a missioner in the Philippines, reflects on what it means to be holy.
Susan Nagele is a Maryknoll Lay Missioner and family physician who served in East Africa for 33 years.