Each morning at 7, the Rev. John Hudert can be found on a fertile patch of land at Maryknoll, tending to the rows of cabbage, squash, tomatoes and lettuce that will eventually make their way onto the plates of Westchester’s needy.
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Recent Mission Stories
- Authentic Servant Leadership, Journey of Faith
- When we care for one another in Christ’s name, Journey of Faith
- Diarmuid O’Murchu, Author of Doing Theology in an Evolutionary Way
- Fran Quigley , Author of Religious Socialism
- Whose Guardian Angel are you? Journey of Fatih
- God’s Overflowing Spirit… for All, Journey of Faith
- Retreats & Virtual Come & See Events
- A Season Of Changes That Add Color To Life
- Maryknoll Is Blessed With Candidates Preparing To Become Missionary Priests And Brothers!
- The Maryknoll Formation House In Nairobi, Kenya By Seminarians Charles Ogony & Joshua Mutende
- A Message From St. John Paul II
- A New Formation Year Begins in Chicago