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"To those who love God, all things work together for good..." Romans 8:28
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Called, sent, transformed in mission

The Maryknoll Society celebrates a century of going forth in mission || When Maryknoll priests and brothers mark the 100th anniversary of their first mission...

By Margaret Gaughan / Sep 1, 2018

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Archbishop Romero: saint for the world

A Franciscan brother recalls his time and work with the living saint || On March 24, 1980, we Salvadorans wept when a killer’s bullet silenced the voice...

By Octavio Duran, OFM / Sep 1, 2018


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Maryknoll Sisters Commit Their Lives to Love

Sisters from Peru, East Timor, South Korea and the Philippines make final vows || Four young women began their mission journeys in four different countries...

By Mary Ellen Manz, M.M. / Sep 1, 2018

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Restoring Paradise in Petén

Maryknoll priest promotes clean water and organic farming in Guatemala || Maryknoll Father Edward Custer drives a dozen youth from San Juan Apostol parish...

By Sean Sprague / Sep 1, 2018


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Fighting for imprisoned women around the world

A Maryknoll lay missioner becomes a lawyer to address the global issues of female incarceration || I have worked for over 20 years with women in prison, mostly...

By Heidi Cerneka / Sep 1, 2018

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Relieving stress for children in Immokalee

A Maryknoll sister addresses the needs of migrant farmworkers’ children in southwest Florida || Maryknoll Sister Catherine DeVito recalls trying to comfort...

By Gabriela Romeri / Sep 1, 2018


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Homeless People in California: Sleeping close to God

A California parish opens its doors to welcome and aid homeless people || As Jose Villalobos waited for assistance outside Dolores Mission parish in Los Angeles,...

By Giovana Soria / Sep 1, 2018

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Walking toward peace in Central America

Program started by a Maryknoll priest seeks to counter gang violence || Before the current wave of gang violence began driving hundreds of thousands of people,...

By Sean Sprague / Sep 1, 2018