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Evangelization Vs. Proselytization.

Proselytism is the strongest venom against the path of ecumenism — Pope Francis, Oct. 13, 2016

Part 14: The Challenge of Holy Poverty

What if we are not actually poor in material goods?

The 'Picture' of the Merciful Christ

During the temporary ban of the Divine Mercy devotion, Blessed Michael Sopocko (St. Faustina's confessor) wrote for our Marian Helpers Bulletin. See his article on the Divine Mercy Image from the Spring 1958 issue.

Carrying Crosses Out of Love

Are you suffering? If so, these two holy children have a request for you.

The Priest Who First Believed Faustina

"In the confessional it became apparent that she knew things that no one under normal circumstances could know about," says Fr. Seraphim.

Peace and the Mercy of God

During the temporary ban of the Divine Mercy devotion, Blessed Michael Sopocko (St. Faustina's confessor) wrote for our Marian Helpers Bulletin.

Part 13 : Mary, Most Poor

Immaculate Conception: 'Given for Our Sake'

On Feb. 11, we celebrate the Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes, who said, "I am the Immaculate Conception." Find out why her unique gift was for our sake.

To the Heart of the Matter

Peter battled Darth Vader on his Make-A-Wish trip. His family trusts Jesus for Peter's heart condition battle.

Part 12: Mary, Most Obedient

Your cat will never really obey you: Sometimes he will just agree with you." But that is not the Gospel virtue of "obedience" either.

A Merciful Path to Victory

The world's gone mad in more ways than I can usefully name — and yet it doesn't have to be that way.

Who Was St. John Bosco?

A sickly child becomes a healthy and robust son of the Holy Catholic Church, and thank God for it!

Part 11: Deeper Dimensions of Our Lady's Devotion

Facing tough times? Call on your spiritual mother.

Who Was St. Francis de Sales?

During the Counter-Reformation, the stakes got high, so St. Francis de Sales anted up to win souls.

Part 10: Mary, Most Devout

Mary's fifth gospel virtue was devotion. Clearly, the Blessed Virgin's whole life journey was sustained and surrounded by prayer.

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