The Saints

We can strive to imitate the saints in Heaven while recalling that they were all once like us — ordinary people with blemishes and faults, prone to temptation.

Two Men Profess First Vows

By the grace of God, we now add "MIC" to the names James Devine and Nicholas Medley.

Enter Our Divine Mercy Image Art Contest

Attention young artists: Just in time for this year’s celebration of Divine Mercy Sunday, the Association of Marian Helpers is sponsoring the 2020 Divine Mercy Image Art Contest.

The contest is open to children between the ages of 5-12.

Break out your art supplies of choice — paints, pastels, crayons, pencils, or digital — and put down onto paper or canvas your own rendering of the famous Divine Mercy Image, with the words at the bottom, “Jesus, I trust in You.”

Winners will be announced on Divine Mercy Sunday.


Here's some sound advice: "Act in such a way that all those who come in contact with you will go away joyful."

Even the Littlest of Trials

By Marc Massery

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

Speak Up for Life

The home state of the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy has some life-and-death decisions to make.

Bear Witness to the Gospel of Life

We must be true to the teaching of the Church on abortion, not giving an inch on our commitment to help bring about a culture of life.


One time St. Faustina told her Lord Jesus that she wished to be hidden from everyone but Him. Why so "hidden"?

A Window into Reparation

Jesus can forgive any sin for which you repent, but He asks us to make reparation for our sins, too. Let's take a look.