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Works of Mercy

They Served to the End

Most of the people huddled in the church didn't understand what the Nazis were saying. But they knew it would probably be their last dawn.

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.

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Message from the Marians

Mary's Men

Several of our Marian men in formation share their thoughts about the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception, Dec. 8.

How Well Do You Know Advent from Christmas?

Commercials and the media would have us think the Christmas season begins the day after Thanksgiving. Nope.

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Divine Mercy Q&A

Can Divine Mercy Save Those Outside The Church?

Robert Stackpole answers more Divine Mercy questions, this time from our readers Cheryl and Francis.

How Can I Make It Through 'The Dark Night of the Soul'?

Just because God seems far away doesn't mean He is. In fact, He may be nearer than you think.

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From the National Shrine

Rededication of the Holy Family Shrine

On Oct. 14, the new Holy Family Shrine on Eden Hill was rededicated. See photos from the dedication here and learn why the Holy Family's intercession is so important for our time.

So That All May Believe

On Oct. 13, 2017, Fr. Anthony Gramlich, MIC, hosted a day retreat entitled "So That All May Believe: The Miracle of the Sun." See videos from the day here.

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Graces Received

Consecrate the New Year to Mary!

Begin the New Year by consecrating yourself to the Blessed Virgin Mary. But what does it mean to entrust oneself to Jesus through Mary?

A Pilgrimage to 'Mamma'

Today we celebrate the feast day of Our Lady of Guadalupe. Staff writer Melanie Williams shares her experience of making a pilgrimage to the holy site of Our Blessed Mother.

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Around the World

A Growing Order

During the Mass for the Solemnity of the Assumption of Mary, four men professed their first religious vows at the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy.

How Can You Still Be Catholic?

Marian Press writer Christopher Sparks tackled some of the biggest issues people grapple with.

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