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...
|| By Edward Hayes, M.M.; photos by Germaine Baibika
A Maryknoll priest finds himself to be a wisdom figure in Africa
Africa is a good place to be when one is “old.” Following a family trait, my hair...
|| By Margaret Gaughan
Faced with the challenge of leading the Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers through its centennial celebrations in 2011, Superior General Father Edward Dougherty was seeking advice....
In Mwanza, Tanzania, where I serve with the Maryknoll Lay Missioners, I help run a program for girls to learn life skills, handcrafts and entrepreneurship. One day a group of us went on a visit to the home...
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