Articles

Formation at the Farm

By Fr. Michael Gaitley, MIC

When COVID-19 hit the United States this past winter, I had to make a difficult decision.

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

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. 

Rich Man, Poor Man

Make sure the forgotten are remembered, the isolated are accompanied, and the needy not left in their need.

Sometimes, You Just Gotta Pray

Impossible things, impossible situations began to seem less weighted with difficulty. God came into the various situations. He took on the burden.

Others Will Always Oppose You

By Marc Massery

If you’re living the Gospel, chances are some of your greatest adversaries will be close friends and family, likely even fellow Christians. 

Take St. Faustina, for example. Her family was so against her vocation that she had to run away to the convent in order to fulfill God’s will. Later, she suffered much at the hands of fellow religious sisters. She wrote: 

Brushing Up On Her Faith

The message of Divine Mercy brings a woman back to her faith after many years away. She's since found a creative way to spread Divine Mercy.

True Surrender

Surrendering to God doesn't mean pretending everything is OK. In this article, St. Faustina and King David teach us true surrender. 

Shrine Celebrates Faustina's Feast Day

WATCH: The Marian Fathers will host a special livestream program of prayer and reflection on Oct. 5, the Feast of St. Maria Faustina Kowalska. The livestream begins at 3 p.m. (EST).

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