In the San Juan de Flores neighborhood of Comayagüelas, Honduras, it’s hard for people to know where their next meal will come from.
With very limited resources, the people we serve in this community struggle to meet their basic needs — including adequate nutrition.
One hundred years ago, when the first Missionary Servants of the Most Holy Trinity promised to work to preserve the faith among the spiritually neglected and abandoned, they could never have imagined what their legacy would be.
The migrant workers who toil in the chicken processing plants across Mississippi are a close-knit group. Their sense of community extends to the missionaries who serve them. When Edgar Lopez died trying to get back to his family in Carthage, Mississippi, following his deportation, it left a hole in this faith-filled community that may never be filled.
You hear the stories from our incredible missionaries around the world. But the powerful work that they do is often aided by individuals behind the scenes. Fr. Edwin Dill, S.T., doesn’t currently work in the mission field, but he has supported our missionaries and made their work possible for decades.