This week's scripture reflection is written by Fr. Joe Healey, who has lived and worked in East Africa for many years.
This week's Middle East Notes includes articles about the recent Israeli elections; around 2,000 Israelis arranged to give their vote to disenfranchised Palestinians.
This week’s Middle East Notes features articles on Israeli settlement activity in the E-1 area of the Occupied Territories, the upcoming Israeli elections, increased availability of the “Palestinian Narrative,” the continuing nonviolent Palestinian response to settlement activity and violence, and other issues.
This issue of NewsNotes includes an update on the DRC, Myanmar, Syria and more.
Sr. Mary Grenough lives and works in Myanmar.
Debbie Northern worked in El Salvador for eight years as a Maryknoll lay missioner. She now works as the training and education programs manager for the Maryknoll Lay Missioners.
Fr. John Sivalon, who worked as a missioner in East Africa, writes the reflection for Ash Wednesday.
Fr. Tom Marti, who spent many years as a missioner in the Philippines, lives and works in Seattle.
Sr. Connie Krautkremer, who lives and works in Dodoma, Tanzania, writes this week's reflection.
Please note: Opinions expressed in the following articles do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns.
This week’s Middle East Notes features Christmas messages from the Holy Land and an end of the year reflection on the fading possibility of a two state solution. Blessings, hope and lasting peace in the New Year.
Fr. Joe Thaler, a missioner in Nepal, writes this week's reflection.
Sr. Carol Marie McDonald, a missioner in El Salvador, writes this week's reflection.