Bishop Francis X. Ford, M.M.
Categories: Adventures in Mission, Call to Mission, Notable Maryknollers

Maryknoll’s First Seminarian – Bishop Francis X. Ford

“We must love before we can truly value an alien culture,” Bishop Francis Xavier Ford, M.M. On September 14, 1912 Francis Xavier Ford started his pastoral life with Maryknoll. Ford was the first Maryknoll seminarian. He was one of three Maryknoll priests, along with co-founder Father Thomas F. Price, who were sent on the first […]

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Father James Walsh, M.M.
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Cause for Beatification and Canonization for Maryknoll’s Bishop James A. Walsh

The year commemorating the centennial of the Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers has again been blessed. The Maryknoll Society is rejoicing for the cause for beatification and canonization of Maryknoll Society co-founder Bishop James A. Walsh. On Wednesday, November 9, 2011 at the Archdiocese of New York in New York City, the cause for beatification and […]

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Father William Donnelly, M.M. teaching (Guatemala)
Categories: Adventures in Mission, Aiding Those Most in Need, Notable Maryknollers

From Glory Land to Guatemala

Bradley Hilltopics magazine is published quarterly for alumni, faculty, staff, parents of students, and friends of Bradley University. Founded by Lydia Moss Bradley in 1897, Bradley University is a private, independent university located in Peoria, Illinois. Father Bill Donnelly, a graduate of the class of 1955, used his Bradley degree in art to serve his […]

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Father Thomas Price, M.M. departure
Categories: Adventures in Mission, Aiding Those Most in Need, Call to Mission, Notable Maryknollers, Peace & Social Justice

How Maryknoll defined a century of mission work

A century ago, an attentive subscriber to the Catholic mission magazine The Field Afar might have noticed the following announcement in its pages: “Youths or young men who feel a strong desire to toil for the souls of heathen people and who are willing to go afar with no hope of earthly recompense and with […]

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