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Saint Faustina's 'Remarkable Solution'

Can practicing the virtues of forgiveness, love, and mercy make you feel better? Psychologist and author Fr. Benedict Groeschel, CFR, explains how they're viewed in modern psychotherapy. • Also, Cardinal Barbarin addresses the urgency of interreligious dialogue.

What Theology of the Body Can Teach Us About Mercy

The heart of the connection between Divine Mercy and — yes — human sexuality is Pope John Paul II's stunning definition of love as "self-gift."

The 'How to Be' Attitudes

The Beatitudes are the attitudes we must have in our daily lives.

How Mary Got Her Groove Back

With all of the conversation about church closings, I've yet to hear what we all most need to hear — atonement.

We Can't Give What We Don't Have

In refusing to forgive ourselves, we put ourselves above God.

The Sanity of Forgiving

After hearing Immaculee speak at the 3rd Annual Divine Mercy Conference, I winced at the knowledge of how stubbornly I had been clinging to my anger

Behold the Merciful Savior

This image has become a source of amazing graces for souls who trust in Jesus by venerating or honoring it.

Graces Received!

I got goose bumps all over when I noticed that on the memorial card was the image of The Divine Mercy!

Kissing the Hands of Captors

No one, not even the cruelest of sinners, was excluded from that love.

What's with the X?

As the Crucifixion reminds us, true love on this earth means pouring out the very blood from one's heart until it is dry.

When We Turned to the Chaplet

I would like to express my heartfelt gratitude to you for your ministry and share with you an incredible experience my family and I witnessed as a result of praying the Chaplet of The Divine Mercy.

Answered Prayers!

Today, we begin the first in an occasional series that shares recent correspondence from people who have turned to the Marians' Divine Mercy Intercessory Prayerline. Hint: Prayer works!

A Bit of Good Will and the Action of Grace

I've read that prayer is talking to God and meditation is listening. Personally, I've always been a lot better at the talking part than the listening.

Led Astray, She was Saved by a 'Ray' of Light

Neither of us practiced our faith. Hindsight being 20/20, that was to our own detriment. Little did we know what we would eventually confront.

911 to The Divine Mercy

Saint Paul writes, "Put on the armor of God so that you may be able to stand firm against the tactics of the devil."

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