DivineMercyPlus.org: the best way to stream, and always accessible

“As Marian Fathers, our constitution dictates we serve the Church where the need is greatest. DivineMercyPlus.org is the newest evangelization tool in our arsenal,and a website that will always be available."

Have you discovered DivineMercyPlus.org?

The new streaming site for exclusive audio and video content produced by the Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception has been "live" for a few months now, and already has become a favorite destination on the internet - and site that is always accessible, 24/7.

All in one place 
“We have a huge library and archive of awesome Catholic content, and it made sense to collect everything in one, easy-to-access place,” says Zeke Chichester, chief financial and marketing analyst and part of the large team that spearheaded the project and updates the website regularly. “The overall mission was two-fold: organize everything in one place for easy access, and make everything searchable. I think viewers will be amazed at how much content there is, especially from past years.” 

DivineMercyPlus.org streams daily Mass, the Rosary, and the Chaplet from the National Shrine, as well as Fr. Chris’ popular “Explaining the Faith” talks on Saturday mornings (11 a.m. EST). There are video series such as “Marians Around the World” and “A Pilgrimage to France,” hosted by the Very Rev. Joe Roesch, MIC. Users will also find “Minutes” with the late Fr. Seraphim Michalenko, MIC. 

There are landing pages for past episodes of “Living Divine Mercy,” the weekly program on EWTN, as well as the popular “Ask a Marian” shorts. Instructional videos and recordings on how to pray the Rosary, for example, are also posted. 

DivineMercyPlus.org is also podcast central, where you can listen to daily Mass homilies from the National Shrine, or one of the popular podcasts by Fr. Roesch, including “Saint Faustina’s Diary in a Year.” 

Premium content 
The majority of videos and podcasts are free. But there is also premium content, documentaries, feature films, spiritual nourishment programming, and series that will engage the whole family. The site offers learning modules associated with Marian consecration, such as videos and bonus material that are part of the new Marian Press publication, 33 Days to Morning Glory: Group Retreat & Study Guide

New premium content will be continuously added to the site, some of it exclusive. Marian Press Productions and DivineMercyPlus.org are actively growing the streaming catalog, making available high-quality Catholic films and videos from top Catholic producers and directors. 

“By registering, you can build your own playlist,” Chichester notes. “We encourage visitors to tell us their favorites, and share feedback.” 

Always accessible
All audio and video content by the Marians posted currently on Facebook, YouTube, our Marian websites (Marian.org and TheDivineMercy.org), and other platforms is also posted and available on DivineMercyPlus.org.

The Marian Fathers can always be relied upon to speak the truth about our Catholic faith. If our videos or podcast are ever not available on YouTube, Facebook, or any other platform, simply go to DivineMercyPlus.org to continue watching.

“As Marian Fathers, our constitution dictates we serve the Church where the need is greatest,” says the Very Rev. Chris Alar, MIC, provincial superior. “DivineMercyPlus.org is the newest evangelization tool in our arsenal, and always accessible."

Bookmark DivineMercyPlus.org today!


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