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Day 4: World Youth Day 2016

A visit to Auschwitz-Birkenau and then the Children's University Hospital in Krakow. The Holy Father then led the Way of the Cross.

 

Day 3: World Youth Day 2016

"Live with the conviction that you will never be alone," Filipino Cardinal Luis Antonio Gokim Tagle said this morning. What a way to begin the Day!

 

Day 1: World Youth Day 2016 — We Speak the Same Language

Through the Holy Doors we went!

 

12th Annual Medicine, Bioethics, and Spirituality Conference

Check out our coverage of the two-day 12th Annual Medicine, Bioethics, and Spirituality Conference being held now.

 

Surprising Mercy in the Bronx

Souls restored to life; God physically on the altar; and hope given in a darkening time. Yes: It's business as usual at the eleventh annual Divine Mercy Conference in the Bronx.

 

An Extraordinary Divine Mercy Sunday

Despite wind and snow, the pilgrims came in their thousands, seeking the Divine Mercy.

 

'The Life and Times of Sister Faustina' (Part 4)

Older footage of a younger Fr. Seraphim, in a 1991 film introducing the life and spirituality of a little-known Polish nun.

 

'The Life and Times of Sister Faustina' (Part 3)

Older footage of a younger Fr. Seraphim, in a 1991 film introducing the life and spirituality of a little-known Polish nun.

 

'The Life and Times of Sister Faustina' (Part 2)

Older footage of a younger Fr. Seraphim, in a 1991 film introducing the life and spirituality of a little-known Polish nun.

 

Good King Wenceslas

There is mercy in them thar Christmas carols! Here's the first of our four-part Advent series that gives a gist of the jingles.

 

Why Celebrate Faustina's Death?

Why on earth would we celebrate the day a great saint died? We ask our Divine Mercy expert, Dr. Robert Stackpole, STD.

 

Why Is Faustina So Important?

Father Chris Alar, MIC, explains why this apostle of Divine Mercy is a saint for our times.

 

Part 4: The Fullness of the Truth

The Eucharist confounds many of our Christian brothers and sisters. So here's what it's all about.

 

Prayer is for Sinners (as well as Saints)

Many Catholic prayers can only be honestly prayed by repenting sinners.

 

Is It Mandatory?

Father Chris Alar, MIC, asks a tricky question.

 
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