Brother John Blazo, a member of the Maryknoll Mission Education and Promotion Department’s Northeast Region, welcomes a young mission-minded neighbor.
As Jenna Cain’s 10th birthday was approaching,...
Daily on the news we see and hear the stories of refugees throughout the world as well as countless homeless people living on the streets in our urban areas here in the United States. How are we to respond?
A Maryknoll Sister shares her recent experience volunteering with a peace team among people displaced by violence
I was walking through a refugee camp in Kurdistan, Iraq, when the screams of a little...
Young Maryknoll priest continues a mission of mercy in a parish founded and nurtured by Maryknoll missioners
The youngest Maryknoll priest, Father Lam Minh Hua, has taken his first steps as a missioner...
|| By Mary Vertucci, M.M.
The kidnapping of some 300 Nigerian schoolgirls in April by Islamic extremists opposing education for women struck a chord with young Maasai women at the Emusoi Centre in Arusha,...
|| By Gladys Gonzalez, M.M.
Maryknoll Sister uses therapeutic arts to restore life to women laborers
Dar es Salaam is a rapidly expanding city. In the coming years this capital of Tanzania is expected...
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