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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