Thirty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time
Fr. John Sivalon, MM, considers how the two widows in today's readings model discipleship.
Twenty-ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Dave Kane is a returned Maryknoll lay missioner living in Brazil who works as a researcher for the Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns.
Webinar Sept. 21: Nonviolence and the Web of Creation
Watch the recording of a webinar put on in honor of the International Day of Peace, Sept. 21, “Nonviolence & the Web of Creation.”
Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Mary Beth Buchner, a Maryknoll Affiliate from the Albany Chapter, reflects on the importance of supporting each other as the Body of Christ.
Twenty-sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Maryknoll Father Joseph Veneroso wrote the following reflection in 2015.
Twenty-seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time
Fr. Dennis Moorman, MM, on mission in Brazil, reflects on the need to restore the bonds that tie together all creation.
Vol. 46, No. 5
A bi-monthly newsletter of information on international justice and peace issues.
Twenty-fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Debbie Northern, a Maryknoll lay missioner in El Paso, Texas, reflects on the value of childlike trust in God.
Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Fr. Mike Gilgannon, a priest with the Kansas City-St. Joseph diocese who served alongside many Maryknoll missioners in the Andean region, reflects on the roles suffering and death play in our lives.
Twenty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time
Chloe Noel, Faith Economy Ecology Project Coordinator at MOGC, reflects on how the experiences of the past year have reminded us of our interconnectedness and our mission to stand with the marginalized and oppressed.
Twenty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time
Dr. Susan Nagele, a returned Lay missioner who worked in East Africa for many years, considers how we might learn to follow the law of love.
Twenty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time
Sr. Teruko Ito, MM, reflects on how God calls us and speaks to us as we face life's challenges.