Fr. Charlie Dittmeier, who lives and works in Cambodia, writes the reflection on the baptism of Jesus.
Kathy McNeely, MOGC's interim director and a former Maryknoll lay missioner in Guatemala, writes this Sunday's reflection.
Today's reflection is written by Sr. Janice McLaughlin, president of the Maryknoll Sisters.
This week’s Middle East Notes gives data and reflections on continuing Israeli settlement construction, growing recognition of Hamas in Gaza, the UN decision to give Palestine the same non-member observer status as the Vatican, and access to a short video explaining the Israel-Palestine conflict.
Br. John Beeching works with Burmese refugees in Thailand.
Please note: Opinions expressed in the following articles do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns. Also, starting this week, Middle East Notes will publish every other week. See you on December 20.
Maggie Fogarty, a former lay missioner who lived and worked in Bolivia, writes the reflection for today's readings.
Brother Marty Shea, who missions in Guatemala, shares a story of a child who brought light.
Sr. Ann Braudis, who worked as a missioner in Bolivia and the Philippines, writes: "May Jesus be born in you tonight as surely as he was born in Bethlehem all those long years ago."
Please note: Opinions expressed in the following articles do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns (MOGC).
This week’s Middle East Notes include articles on the Israeli response to the reelection of President Obama, the January 22, 2013 upcoming elections in Israel, developments in Gaza, lasting hope for the two state solution and other issues.
The reflection for this final Sunday of Advent 2012 is written by Maria Montello, a lay missioner in Cambodia.