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Etched in Ink and Blood

No doubt, it was a question no Marian at the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy had ever been asked before.

Shrine Celebrates a Saint for Our Times

The Marian Fathers host the special day to honor the "Apostle of Divine Mercy."

'Bring Others!'

"You really feel a little bit of heaven when you're visiting the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy at Stockbridge."

Grandparents' Day in the Sun

Grandparents lead their families to the Divine Mercy.

'Thanksgiving' Rules at Encuentro

The "loaves and fishes" were present in the form of Divine Mercy, the clear and straightforward spiritual repast available to all God's children.

Around the World in 84 Shrines

"The Blessed Mother's always telling us to pray for priests, pray for your shepherds, they need your prayers."

The Faith of Filipinos

"We need God's mercy."

A Bumblebee's-Eye View of Eden Hill

If you were a bumblebee on Eden Hill, you'd skitter lightly and joyfully as well. But you are certainly not a bumblebee, so here is the next best thing.

Did You Know About the Shrine's Monthly Healing Masses?

Every Mass is a "healing Mass," by virtue of Christ's Presence in the Eucharist. So why hold special healing Masses?

Spring at the Shrine

The pilgrimage season has begun at the National Shrine. If you can't make it here any time soon, we can at least give you a glimpse.

A Visit from the Secretary to a Saint

Yes, that's him: Cardinal Stanislaw Dziwisz. He stopped by the Shrine for a surprise visit. We've got the story, and we've got videos!

Up, Up, and Away!

Our aerial camera takes flight over Eden Hill!

Divine Mercy Sunday 2014

The National Shrine has announced its plans for Divine Mercy Sunday Weekend. You are hereby invited!

'He Was Brain Dead' — Until They Prayed

"For some strange reason, I said, 'I'm gonna learn about St. Faustina. I want to know who she is.'" Turns out, it was just in time.

On a Marian Feast Day, a Special Visit

The Marian Fathers welcomed to the Shrine a bumper crowd of pilgrims, including Archbishop Henry J. Mansell.

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