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Part 2: Justice

The following is the second in a seven-part series on the cardinal and theological virtues of prudence, justice, fortitude, temperance, faith, hope, and charity.

The Earthly Father of Divine Mercy

He’s known as the Terror of Demons, Protector of the Holy Church, Patron of the Dying, Hope of the Sick, Pillar of Families, Mirror of Patience — and those are just a few of his titles.

Join Healthcare Professionals for Divine Mercy

Healthcare Professionals for Divine Mercy is an official apostolate of the Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception. It offers nurses, physicians, and other allied health professionals a unique program of professional formation that integrates the spirituality and devotional elements of the Divine Mercy message in patient care.

Prayers For a Non-Believer

By Owen Farley

For Barb from Colorado, prayer was not a major part of daily life. That was until Leslie, a dear friend of hers, reached out and asked her to pray for her father, Frank. Frank wasn’t injured or sick. He had simply stopped believing in God.

Frank, who was around 80 years old, hadn’t always thought this way. But after his wife, Herta, a devout Catholic, had passed away in 2010, Frank gradually stopped believing.

He Can Turn Bad Into Good

Turn to any page of St. Faustina’s Diary and you’ll find spiritual gems. Like this one:

 

Humility: Between Pride and False Modesty

Do you tend to be prideful? Or are you more likely to give in to false modesty? The Gospel reading this Sunday helps us see how to be in the middle: how to be humble. 

He's in Control

Saint Faustina's Diary teaches us to trust that no matter what, God is in control. 

Part 1: Prudence

The following is the first in a seven-part series on the cardinal and theological virtues of prudence, justice, fortitude, temperance, faith, hope, and charity.

Baptism: Why Water?

On this Feast of the Baptism of the Lord, you may be wondering, "Why did Jesus need to get Baptized?" Let's take a look. 

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