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Works of Mercy

Meet Vince Bresch: A Marian Helper Who Follows the Call

We are called to engage in works of mercy out of love for the Merciful Lord and our neighbor. Here's one man's example.

One Million? Let's Count on It.

How to make the practice of the works of mercy a habit.

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Message from the Marians

The Meaning of Mercy

The Sacred Scriptures show clearly that mercy is the greatest "relative" characteristic of God.

The Marians' Founder, Stanislaus Papczynski, is Canonized

At 10:52 a.m., Pope Francis read the words that Marian priests and brothers have longed to hear for some 315 years.

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Divine Mercy Q&A

How to Give Thanks as St. Faustina Would

My friend's comment left me wondering the following: If St. Faustina were to celebrate Thanksgiving today, what would she be especially thankful for?

Can you Shed Light on God's Mercy in Hell, Purgatory?

One reader writes, "I know that our Lord has asked us to not be afraid, but that is easier said than done."

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From the National Shrine

National Shrine Marks the End of Jubilee Year

We've got photos and inspiration — from the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy's closing Mass for the Jubilee Year of Mercy.

The Broken Heart Finds a Home

The broken heart finds a home — After choosing a man over God 50 years ago, Barbara has finally made it home to the Catholic Church.

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Graces Received

Mary Immaculate, Victorious Queen

Indeed — Ave, Ave, Ave, Maria! In the year to come, we may hope to have her intercession in a uniquely powerful way.

Part 4: Jesus Christ is a Jealous Lover

Let's expand on what we said about the great danger to purity of heart that comes from lust and dissolution.

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Around the World

Where's God?

The greater Albany region holds that ignominious title. Bishop Edward B. Scharfenberger and his flock aren't about to fall into despair.

Shrine Will Bring Its Jubilee Year to a Close

The closing is not the "end of Divine Mercy." It may be the closing of a special opportunity, but Divine Mercy remains.

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