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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 […]


Acting Like the Apostles

A Catholic brother and a Baptist preacher work together to change lives in rural Georgia. Glenmary Brother Jason Muhlenkamp is […]


Wise Missioner: Father Bob Dalton

A journalist once called him a “circuit riding priest.” The writer was speaking of Father Bob Dalton’s service to a […]


Faith on Parade: Christmas in Bertie County

Every year during the weeks leading up to Christmas, Glenmary’s Holy Spirit mission in Windsor, North Carolina, provides a treat […]


Find Christ in the Quiet

As a missioner I have often felt a bit overwhelmed with all of the responsibilities leading up to Christmas. With […]


Wait in Joyful Hope: Advent Reflection

By Brother Joe Steen Two types of people in this world wait in different ways: bus people and plane people. […]


Brother Levis: The Joyful Healer

It’s 6 p.m. in Blakely, Georgia, and Glenmary Brother Levis Kuwa is heading quickly up Route 28 to the emergency […]