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The Maryknoll Affiliates are connected to a wider movement that is popularly called “Maryknoll.” Maryknoll is comprised of three distinct entities: the Maryknoll  Fathers and Brothers (officially known as the Catholic Foreign Mission Society of America), the Maryknoll Sisters of St. Dominic and the Maryknoll Lay Missioners... 

Mission Statement

Maryknoll Affiliates, while continuing to pursue their own life's journey, commit themselves to the mission goals of Maryknoll in the context of Chapters that gather for prayer, reflection and action. Maryknoll Affiliates challenge one another to witness to mission as a way of life by going beyond borders, locally and globally, walking with the poor and excluded, and striving for peace and justice for all of God's creation.

Four Pillars of the Maryknoll Affiliates

Four Pillars of the Maryknoll Affiliates

Maryknoll Affiliates, as inividuals and in their "Mission Communities" try to live out the Four Pillars of the Maryknoll Affiliates: Spirituality, Global Vision, Community and Action.

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News from Sister Janet Srebalus MM

Sister Janet Srebalus MMBob and Maureen Doyle recently received an email from Sister Janet Srebalus MM, former Executive Co-coordinator of the Maryknoll Affiliates. Here are some excerpts from her email. Be sure to click on "Read more…" to see some pictures.

After about six months of moving about from various places in Kenya and Tanzania, Sr. Gladys Gonzalez and myself finally settled in Morogoro, a medium size town about 3 hours West of Dar es Salaam on a tarmac road.  Our house is on a dirt road, but it is quite nice and able to accommodate three to four sisters.  The town is right at the feet of the Uluguru mountains and an excellent agricultural area.  In fact we have a wonderful vegetable garden ourselves.  I do some of the gardening myself, but we have a helper, Deo, who does most of the heavy work.  It is such a joy to pick fresh vegetables everyday right before cooking.  We grow, spinach, Chinese, African mchicha, another kind of spinach, tomatoes, onions, carrots, eggplant, okra and sweet potatoes.

Ministry wise, most of the work I am doing is Holistic Education, seminars, workshops, groups focusing on discovering, integrating, and transforming ourselves, our communities and the world – mind, body and spirit to live healthier, happier and “wholer lives”..  I work with women and youth groups, sisters congregations and prisoners, here in Morogoro and also in other parts of Tanzania, like Dar es Salaam, Iringa, Mwanza and Musoma.

I welcome visitors… hopefully I’ll be connecting with Seattle Affiliates Roger and Kitty Schiltz who are returning to Tanzania for awhile at least.

It will be good to see them and the Otts in Mwanza when I visit the Affiliate group there in October.

With Joy and Peace,

Janet

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