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Farewell, Blanche

Each morning in the softly lit oratory adjacent to the Prayerline's office, Blanche would take her position in the front pew, left side.

The Marians Celebrate the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception

The Marians renewed their vows and consecrated the National Shrine, the Marian Helpers Center, and all of Eden Hill to the Immaculate Conception.

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.

Mary Leads Couple to Mercy

Mary Leads Couple to Mercy - After hearing about the Divine Mercy Message from MOMM, "we knew," Luis said, "that we needed to spread the message of Divine Mercy in any way we could!"

Hundreds Come to Celebrate the Feast of St. Faustina

What does her message mean for us? The daylong celebration of the "secretary of Divine Mercy" made it pretty clear.

The Best Gift is Faith

"I am just a mom with a burning love for Jesus and our holy Mother Mary."

Pilgrims Progress —¬†at the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy

The following is the latest in our "Pilgrims Progress" series. Meet Jennifer Millet.

A Witness to the Graces of the Divine Mercy Medal

"I'm not supposed to be here ... and now I give back."

Crossroads4Christ Pays Us a Visit

They are taking to heart words from Pope Francis.

A Most Fitting Phrase: 'Ocean of Mercy'

A cradle Catholic, she strayed until she found her way back into a confessional.

The Journey and the Destination

You would have heard lots of young men and religious laughing with joy and sighing with relief, "We made it!"

Touching Hearts and Touching Lives

2 days, 12 pilgrims, and 1 van, makes for one blessed pilgrimage to the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy.

Going Big or Going Home

Each year tens of thousands of pilgrims visit the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy. Who are they, and what draws them here? Meet two of them.

Mercy Should be Shared

Vicente Bonilla saw how God's mercy has changed his life and how he needed to share God's mercy with others.

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