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Death, 'Our Coronation'

Death might not be foremost on our minds; however, death is an important and even holy part of our life — no matter how contradictory that might sound. 

Remember, Remember the Dead in November

The Church dedicates November to prayer and works of mercy for the Holy Souls in Purgatory. This year, the Holy See has made that easier than ever.

Let's Unmask the Real Halloween

If costuming your children as witches, ghosts, or demons concerns you, fine — exorcise the demons from the wardrobe!

After the Election

No matter who wins, we’ve got work — and works of mercy — to do.

On the path to canonization

Photo Above; Henriette Delile (top left), Pierre Toussaint (bottom left), Julia Greely (top mid.), Fr. Augustus Tolton (bottom mid.), Mother Mary Lange, OSP (top right), Sr. Thea Bowman, FSPA (bottom right)

 

Praying for the Dying

The promises Jesus offers the dying and the loved ones of the dying are some of the most powerful statements in all of St. Faustina's Diary

'We will never forget,' remember?

By a Marian Father of the Immaculate Conception

One of the most poignant memories I have as a retired 3rd Brigade, 1st Armored Division combat chaplain is when I gave what’s known as the “final brief” to our soldiers getting ready to board the plane for combat in Afghanistan. 

A Lifesaving Image

One Divine Mercy devotee got an important piece of advice from a Marian priest. Days later, he would be alive because of it. 

Hello, Neighbor!

By K.C. Davy

With many schools shut down since the coronavirus pandemic, I am thankful to God for the fact that school children with access to the internet can tune in each weekday and watch the “holy goofiness” of a particular Marian priest.

Sitting in a bright blue chair flanked by Clifford the Big Red Dog, Fr. Kermit the Frog, and Snoopy, this priest starts each episode with a hearty, “Well, hello there. I hope you are having a good day.” Then, he leads a prayer. After that, he goes wherever the Holy Spirit leads him. 
His name is Fr. Andy Davy, MIC. 

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