August 2017
 

By Fr. Joe Broderick

In 2005 I went to work in the Yakatamachi parish where a group of Brothers and priests, inspired by Charles de Foucald, lived simply and worked among the homeless.

 

By Fr. Gerry Neylon

I was born in County Clare, Ireland, the eldest of seven children, four girls and three boys. I have thirteen nieces and nephews.

 

By John Din

I had the privilege to visit the Punduha ng (Stopover) Mga Dumagat Center in Norzagaray, Bulacan as part of the elaboration of an eco-spirituality module that the Save…

 

By Fr. Kurt Zion Pala

I grew up with nothing but fear and distance from my father. It seems there was a mountain between us. I envied my friends who had great relationships with their fathers…

 

By Fr. Larry Barnett

Adai is a grandmother and faithful member of the Catholic community in TianGou village in the mountains of Taiwan.

 

By Sr. Damien Rooney

I went to China because we used to get The Far East magazine (the magazine of Columban missionaries published in Ireland).

 

By Hyein Noh Anna

I clearly remember the first time I visited Julie Santiago. To reach her house, I had to pass by several narrow lanes in the area where I lived.

 

By Henry Armado Serván Vallejos

As part of my process of priestly formation, in 2015 I was assigned to Taiwan to perform my First Missionary Assignment (FMA).

 

By Fr. Tim Mulroy

In late 1917, Fr. Edward Galvin landed in New York and began a long trek across the country in search of a suitable location for the U.S.

 

Sr. Redempta Twomey

The blind beggar heard the crowd passing him on the road. Feet hurrying, people talking, all moving quickly along. What was going on?

 

By Angelica Escarsa

Since 2014, St. Joseph's Parish in Ballymun, Ireland, started to look at ways to respond to the needs of young people in the parish.