Works of Mercy
She was praying to the Lord when she suddenly realized why things were so calm: She was walking within the eye of the storm.
What an immense amount of good from one life!
Message from the Marians
Happy feast of St. Joseph!
Saint Joseph, Man of Peace and Joy, please put me at peace and help me find joy.
Divine Mercy Q&A
With the Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus coming upon us, Dr. Robert Stackpole addresses a matter dear to his own heart.
Part one in a series on the works of mercy.
From the National Shrine
Watch it — we now have the full EWTN broadcast from Divine Mercy Sunday. Check it out.
The world moves pretty fast, so slow down and watch this.
From the archives: The following is an article that Blessed Michael Sopocko originally wrote for the Marian Helpers Bulletin, Spring 1956 issue.
If anyone thinks for a minute that weekly church bulletins are a waste of paper, consider the case of one suffering woman.
Around the World
"Asking for mercy is not a weakness. Being able to forgive and ask for mercy yields greatness."
When he was in kindergarten, he made an alphabet book in which he wrote that "P" stands for "Priest." At the bottom, he wrote: "I want to be a priest."