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Novice serves food bank

Glenmary’s Holy Family Mission in Macon County, Tenn., has begun a collaboration with the Westmoreland Food Bank in neighboring Sumner […]


A future in Appalachia

As the Catholic Committee of Appalachia celebrates 50 years, young leaders keep looking ahead.


Mission to start mobile pantry

St. Teresa of Kolkata Catholic Church has been selected by a community board to administer a $25,000 American Cancer Society […]


Glenmary HQ welcomes community

This fall Glenmarians and staff from the national headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio welcomed back members of the local community to […]


Surviving COVID-19 to Serve

Brother Levis Kuwa just might be one of Glenmary’s heroes. He’s worked as an emergency room nurse in Georgia’s Randolph […]


Las Posadas on Joppa Mountain

As Christmas approaches, many families in Glenmary mission parishes will hear a knock at the door. Advent is a time […]


Brother Curt: Doing the simple stuff

He joined Glenmary in 1964, aged 22, and within a few years Brother Curt Kedley was studying social work at […]


COVID-19 in the missions

Just as everywhere, in rural America the coronavirus pandemic changed lives almost instantly. There the infection lagged behind urban centers, […]


What comes after pandemic?

“It is in the humanity of Jesus that we understand our divinity.” On Good Friday this past April I was […]


Protecting the Holy Land of Appalachia

The Home Missioners of America (Glenmary) and the Foreign Mission Society of America (Maryknoll) have some things in common, like […]