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"To those who love God, all things work together for good..." Romans 8:28
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Tears of a mother on the U.S.-Mexico border

Witnesses are moved by the suffering of separated migrants and their children|| “Please, my son needs me! I have never been separated from him. I beg you to help...

By Giovana Soria / Nov 1, 2018

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Jesus, a refugee like South Sudanese in Uganda

A Salesian priest sees the plight of Jesus, Mary and Joseph reflected in South Sudanese refugees in Uganda today || Christmas has taken on a deeper meaning...

By Lazur Arasu, SDB / Nov 1, 2018


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Drawing on the Holy Spirit in fighting AIDS in Nairobi

Maryknoll-founded program relies on faith for success of HIV care and treatment || The alley to Anne Ndungu’s tiny home is a narrow, rock-strewn dirt gully...

By Lynn F. Monahan / Nov 1, 2018

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Giving birth to Jesus in Mombasa

A Maryknoll lay missioner and community health volunteers serve people with HIV in Kenya slum || Coralis Salvador quotes part of a homily a Kenyan priest gave...

By Sean Sprague / Nov 1, 2018


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A lifeline for migrants in Taiwan

Maryknoll ministry helps Filipino workers in need in Taiwan || Like thousands of migrant workers in Taiwan, Thelma Daracan, 28, left a low-paying job in her native...

By Maria-Pia Negro Chin / Nov 1, 2018

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Empowering indigenous communities in Peru

Maryknoll-supported organization in southern Andes receives human rights award for defending indigenous peoples || For over a decade, the nonprofit organization...

By Maria-Pia Negro Chin / Nov 1, 2018


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America in mission, the Gospel is joy

Congress in Bolivia rekindles the flame of missionary discipleship from Canada to Chile || Father Alexi Tovar traveled 12 days to get to the Fifth American...

By David Aquije / Nov 1, 2018

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Remembering Mary D'Arcy, a friend of Maryknoll

Maryknoll missioners recall deceased colleague Mary D'Arcy || Among the many gifts Mary D’Arcy shared with her beloved Maryknoll family was her remarkable...

By Deirdre Cornell / Nov 1, 2018