A Death in the Family
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.
Spotlight: Fr. Edwin Dill, S.T.
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.
Fr. Mike’s Monthly Letter
From January 6–13, 2020, Fr. Rafael Pisso, S.T., and I will travel to Rome to attend The Vincentian Family Moving Forward Symposium at the invitation of the Vincentian Family.
Serving Refugees In Coachella, CA
  The Coachella Valley, known as the “Land of Eternal Sunshine”, is largely a rural, agricultural, family-oriented desert community. To our younger friends, Coachella is best known for the Coachella Music and Arts Festival which draws thousands to the area each year. However, more importantly, this desert valley, about 130 miles southeast of Los Angeles, […]
#NBCLatino20: The Rev. Odel Medina — A community’s solace
Fr. Odel Medina was just honored by NBC as a one one of twenty Latino men and women who “are using their voice, talent and passion to empower our communities and show that America’s strength lies in our diversity.” He was recognized specifically for his outreach to immigrant families during a recent immigration sweep at […]