Maryknoll missioners reflect on liturgical feasts, doctrines and other elements of the Catholic faith, often told through the lives of the people they accompany.
Spirit of Mission: Three Pillars of Lent
Father Joseph Veneroso shares a reflection on the wisdom of Lenten practice in this issue’s Spirit of Mission column.
Spirit of Mission: Bringing Scripture to Life
Maryknoll Father Joseph Veneroso reflects on the importance of Scripture in Catholic faith in this Spirit of Mission column.
Spirit of Mission: The Holy Names of Mary
“Why do you Catholics worship the Virgin Mary?” is a question asked regularly. The answer is simply, “We don’t.”
Spirit of Mission: A Saint for Synodality
Father Joe Veneroso proposes as patron of synodality Mary Magdalene, discredited for 2 millennia and restored by Pope Francis as “Apostle to the Apostles.”
Spirit of Mission: Whose Church Is It?
Father Joe Veneroso reminds us, it’s Christ’s Church! Overcoming despair, people like Saint Francis and Dorothy Day build the Reign of God.
The New Face of Maryknoll Vocations
Recent chapter of Maryknoll Society affirmed the policy of accepting vocations from our overseas mission areas.
Spirit of Mission: Missioner vs. Missionary
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We Are All the Body of Christ
As Christians, we cannot exist in a vacuum, separated physically, emotionally and spiritually from others, but must search out new, creative ways to express our connection to one another. We are the Body of Christ here and now.
St. Joseph: Patron of Dreamers and Discerners
St. Joseph emerges in the Gospels as a man beset by problems, uncertainties and dangers, who, like us, had to live by faith.