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'Love and Mercy' Wows the Vatican

With distinguished guests and journalists from around the world on hand, the Vatican played host to the premiere of the feature-length film "Love and Mercy," a docudrama on St. Faustina and her Divine Mercy revelations.

Our Response to Virginia Massacre: Forgive, Pray

As the nation struggles for answers in the aftermath of the horrific Virginia Tech massacre of April 16 in Blacksburg, Va., we can find inspiration in the midst of the tragedy to forgive and pray as people of mercy. Our witness can testify to a hurting world that ultimately Divine Mercy - not evil - has the last word.

Make Enemies into Brethren

Make Enemies into Brethren - The Church around the world continues to confront some of the worst persecution she's ever seen.

Why St. Therese?

"More than in any of my other books, I've been able to give a reason for the hope that is within me," says Fr. Michael Gaitley, MIC.

The Family in Crisis

The Church begins a yearlong discussion on family matters.

The Beatification of Pope Paul VI

Sexuality and marriage matter hugely, because they deal with the deepest roots and destiny of humanity.

'Be Not Afraid'

To mark the Feast of St. John Paul II on Oct. 22, we share an excerpt from the Marian Press title John Paul II: The Great Mercy Pope.

Feast Day of St. John Eudes

Three things must be done to engrave Christ's mercy on our hearts. What are they?

A Bit of Good Will

I've read that prayer is talking to God and meditation is listening. I've always been a lot better at the talking part than the listening.

Why is Divine Mercy So Important?

The answer is simple: Through the message of Divine Mercy, our Lord is preparing us for His final coming. Father Seraphim Michalenko, MIC, explains.

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