We at Maryknoll have grappled this past year with how to respond to the pandemic, and now, going forward, with its long-term impact.
St. Justin Centre for Children with Disabilities is a place here in Musoma, Tanzania, where you see kids struggling to walk, to communicate, or to do a simple drawing, but they welcome you with great love. Eighty kids live here with the loving support of the Immaculate Heart Sisters of Africa. I recently asked the sisters to give me a list of the children’s needs....
The legacy of a late Maryknoll priest lives on in the poor and violent barrio of Chamelecón in Honduras devastated by two hurricanes.
Father Nguyen has made many friends in Christ during his mission in Taiwan. He is doing this at his current parish, St. Joseph the Worker, a church he rebuilt in the Diocese of Chiayi.
In the midst of poverty and pandemic, Catholics in the Diocese of Montego Bay, Jamaica, open Monsignor Gladstone Wilson College for boys.
Referencing Pope Francis’ call to “build a civilization of love,” students in the Maryknoll Essay Contest explain what they think he means by that phrase.
A Catholic Church initiative in South Sudan sends a team, including Romano Longole, to remote villages to promote harmony among ethnic groups.
Maryknoll Sister Susan Wanzagi from Tanzania shares blessings and is blessed serving the people in East Timor through a variety of ministries.
Father Paul Masson serves as a spiritual guide for base Christian communities at St. Pius X parish in Cochabamaba, Bolivia.
An after-school program in Cochabamba, Bolivia, reopens to address educational needs of a community in the midst of pandemic.