Sr. Nonie Gutzler reflects on how the scriptures guide us to “not conform to this age but be transformed by the renewal of your mind" into newness of life.
Fr. John McAuley, MM, considers the call to stewardship in the readings and how they apply to the twenty-first century.
Sr. Sue Rech, MM, considers what it means to reach out to "the other" in tumultuous times.
Maryknoll Lay Missioner Kathy Bond sees Jesus' outstretched hand in the work of the Welcome House, São Paulo, Brazil.
Fr. Jim Kofski, MM, a missioner at the U.S./Mexico border in Texas, with experience in Myanmar, reflects on our potential to grow and be transformed. This scripture reflection was previously published the week of August 6, 2017.
Sr. Janet Hockman, MM, reflects on the unanswered questions of that arise from the Gospel readings.
Fr. Gene Toland, MM, reflects on the parable of the mustard seed and yeast.
Maryknoll Lay Missioner Stephen Veryser reflects on the value of the humbling fallow time.
Sr. Sia Temu, MM, reflects on the yoke of Christianity and how that burden means true freedom.
Fr. John Eybel asks "When are the demands of others in need my chance to die with Christ in order to live with Him?"
Debbie Northern reflects on the dignity owed but denied migrants at the U.S./Mexico border
Sr. Connie Krautkremer, MM, is reminded of the Day of the African Child in the readings of St. Paul