MEGAN MCKENNA, a native of New York City, has lived in, visited, and gypsied through North and South America, Europe, the Philippines, Singapore, Haiti, the Hawaiian Islands, Malaysia, India, the Marshall Islands, Thailand, Australia, China, and a collection of Celtic and Japanese islands. She works with indigenous groups in base Christian communities and with justice and peace groups, as well as with parishes, dioceses, and religious communities. An internationally known author, theologian, storyteller, and lecturer, McKenna teaches at several colleges and universities and organizes retreats, workshops and parish missions. She has authored more than forty books, including And Morning Came: Scriptures of the Resurrection, Praying the Rosary, Send My Roots Rain, The New Stations of the Cross, and Harm Not the Earth.
"Yes the gospels are truly a good news. Jesus today and yesterday
is calling his disciples to love and to act in love. Megan
McKenna's excellent book is a source of hope. She calls the
disciples of Jesus to be a good news to the poor and the
-Jean Vanier, founder of L'Arche, an international federation of group homes for people with developmental disabilities