Light for Blind Eyes, Journey of Faith
As we read the scriptures during Lent, we should recall that the readings are specifically chosen to be a “catechesis” [faith instruction] for those...
Profound Thirst, Journey of Faith
Today’s Gospel, a deeply touching human-interest story, describes the lively encounter of Jesus with the Samaritan woman at Jacob’s well. Their...
Get Up! Do not Be Afraid! Journey of Faith
Each year on the second Sunday of Lent, the Gospel reading is always a narrative of Jesus’ Transfiguration. The episode confirms Jesus’ prophecy of...
Facing the Temptations of Life, Journey of Faith
Jesus is our model as Christians, both in all of life and especially during the season of Lent. Matthew, in today’s Gospel, narrates how Jesus was...
Catholic Women Preach, One On One Interview
Join Orbis Books Publisher, Robert Ellsberg, as he discusses "Catholic Women Preach - Raising Voices, Renewing The Church", with Elizabeth Donnelly...
A Debt Never Fully Paid, Journey of Faith
Our reflection today focuses on the brief, yet profoundly insightful, first reading where we hear some very concrete, practical advice from the Book...
However, I Say to You . . ., Journey of Faith
Our Gospel today and the Gospel of next Sunday together form an integral section of Jesus’ profound Sermon on the Mount. It is commonly called...
Our “Salt and Light” Mission, Journey of Faith
Jesus appointed seventy-two disciples and “sent them two by two ahead of him to every town and place where he was about to go” (Lk 10:1). From...
Who Are Truly Blessed? Journey of Faith
Today’s beautiful Gospel from Matthew (5:1-12) contains Jesus’ nine beatitudes; the Gospel of Luke (6:20-23) announces four beatitudes. Commonly...
A Theology of Migration, with Dan G. Groody
Discussion on the systematic theology of migration that seeks to reframe the operative political, social and cultural narratives through a...
Seasons Change And So Too The Call To Be Messengers Of Love, Mercy And Compassion In Service To God’s Mission
It is January and in most of the United States this is the cold season. So too for our missioners in places like Northern China. But in other...
The Vocation Story of the Three Magi Narrated Through a Different Route By Fr. Rodrigo Ulloa M.M.
The gospel of Mathew 2:12 recounts an interesting fact, namely that the three magi “returned to their country by a different route.” But what’s...
View Our Mission Ministries Overseas
In addition to pastoral sacramental ministry we are grateful to those who support our many projects in service among those with the greatest needs in Africa, Asia and Latin America. We believe that every prayer said on our behalf, every gift made, and every friend who has made sacrifices to keep God’s mission alive are the lifeblood of Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers.
- Clean Water
- Construction & Equipment
- Economic Empowerment
- Education, Formation and Skill Development
- Evangelization and Catechist Formation
- Health and Social Welfare
- Hong Kong
- Human Rights – Migrants and Displaced People
- Latin America
- Ministry & Formation
- Sacraments and Sacramental Preparation
- Vulnerable Children