Maryknoll lay missioners in El Salvador

Maryknoll lay missioners in El Salvador accompany internally displaced refugees, homeless persons and people in economically poor squatters’ communities. They work in education, youth services, parish outreach, economic empowerment, nutrition, agriculture and environmental concerns. In this video, they talk about their lives and ministries in a country that continues to experience an epidemic of gang-related violence, while also celebrating life...
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Joanne Blaney on popular education and restorative justice in Brazil

Maryknoll Lay Missioner Joanne Blaney talks about her work in popular education and restorative justice. At the Popular Education and Human Rights Center in São Paulo, Brazil, Joanne works with vulnerable and marginalized populations, including homeless and incarcerated women and men. Joanne and her Brazilian teammates also train educators, community leaders and church groups in restorative justice practices and violence...
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Covenant Signing Mass 12-6-2018

The 12 new lay missioners of Maryknoll Lay Missioners’ Class of 2018 recite and sign the Covenant, in which they commit themselves to mission “in the firm hope that our faith and actions will transform our lives, our organization, and our world through the power of God’s love.” (2:36 min)...
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Meet the MKLM Class of 2018

Our new class of missioners talks about why they joined Maryknoll Lay Missioners and what their hopes are for their overseas missions to Bolivia, El Salvador, Haiti, Kenya and Tanzania. (13:40 min)...
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