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Ocean of Divine Mercy + Grief Iceberg = Flowing Hope

"The fact that Paula took her own life on the Feast of the Epiphany has always brought a thawing of Divine Mercy to the ice of my paralysis of fear over her eternal destiny," says Marian Helper Laurie Robinson.

Inspectio Cordis: The Epiphany of the Lord

A new weekly web series by Fr. Thaddaeus Lancton, MIC, introduces us to the meditations for Sunday Mass by the Marian Founder. The goal is to allow Jesus to gaze into your heart and teach you self-examination, leading you to a more fruitful reception of Holy Communion at Sunday Mass, where there is a true encounter of our hearts with His Sacred Heart.

Hallowed be the Name of Jesus!

On Jan. 3, we celebrate the feast of the Holy Name of Jesus. In fact, the entire month of January is traditionally dedicated to the Holy Name. Remember the Second Commandment and honor His Name!

Luminary of the Church: St. Basil the Great

“Full of the hope and joy of faith, St. Basil the Great shows us how to be true Christians," wrote Pope Benedict XVI. We celebrate this Doctor of the Church on his feast day, Jan. 2.

Our Lady and Praying for Peace

Amidst these escalating struggles, our Blessed Mother cries out in the world for peace … but the world is not listening. She speaks to us especially on Jan. 1, the Solemnity of Mary, the Holy Mother of God and the World Day of Peace.

Celebrating Jesus, Mary, and Joseph!

The Feast of the Holy Family on Dec. 31 is a celebration of the ordinary life of extraordinary people, of the three most holy human beings to ever walk the earth. It marks the source and summit of our Catholic faith, and the earthly icon of the Trinity in Heaven.

“Inspectio Cordis”: Dec. 31 and Jan. 1

A new weekly web series by Fr. Thaddaeus Lancton, MIC, introduces us to the meditations for Sunday Mass by the Marian Founder. The goal is to allow Jesus to gaze into your heart and teach you self-examination, leading you to a more fruitful reception of Holy Communion at Sunday Mass, where there is a true encounter of our hearts with His Sacred Heart.

"The Vision of St. Stephen"

To celebrate the feast day of St. Stephen, the first Christian martyr, on Dec. 26, his namesake, Br. Stephen J., MIC, composed an epic poem.

Remember the Martyrs during the Christmas Octave!

The world may think that Christmas ended at midnight on Christmas Day, but the Church knows better. We celebrate an eight-day Christmas Octave, stretching from Dec. 25 to Jan. 1, with a number of special feast days, including three feasts of martyrs:

'Inspectio Cordis': Fourth Sunday of Advent & Christmas Day

A new weekly web series by Fr. Thaddaeus Lancton, MIC, introduces us to the meditations for Sunday Mass by the Marian Founder. The goal is to allow Jesus to gaze into your heart and teach you self-examination, leading you to a more fruitful reception of Holy Communion at Sunday Mass, where there is a true encounter of our hearts with His Sacred Heart.

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