Faustina Film Will Have Two More Showings!

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"Love and Mercy: Faustina" was the second-highest-grossing movie on opening night, behind only "Joker."

In a battle of good vs. evil at the box office, “Love and Mercy: Faustina,” a one-night-only release, was the second-highest-grossing movie on Monday, Oct. 28, garnering $1.4 million and toppling big-budget films such as “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil,” “Zombieland: Double Tap,” and “The Addams Family.” It fell just short of besting box office juggernaut “Joker,” which pulled in $1.8 million on Oct. 28. 

The Panic About Pope Francis

By Chris Sparks

More and more, there are many Catholics who speak as though the Holy Father is an enemy of the faith.

Look at the confusion that surrounds him, they say. Listen to how unclear he is. He wants to change the Church in ways that would break it. He wants to deny the teachings of his predecessors. He’s a dangerous theological liberal, inviting bad teachers and sinful clerics into important positions in the Holy See. He’s a maverick. He’s a rebel. He’s destroying the Church. It wasn’t like this under St. John Paul II and Pope Benedict XVI.

With the Man Who Played Jesus

By Marc Massery

On an evening during Lent 2004, not many months after he was ordained to the Catholic priesthood, Fr. Donald Calloway, MIC, and a few other Marians went to the movies to see the new Mel Gibson movie, "The Passion of The Christ."

'O How Pleasing to Me is Living Faith!'

By Sean Flynn

At one point in her Diary, St. Faustina describes being mystically transported to her convent chapel where she beheld the face of Jesus.

God's Love is the Flower - Mercy the Fruit.

This is part five of the series 'God's Love is the Flower - Mercy the Fruit.' View part four.

In her Diary, on Feb. 12, 1937, St. Faustina wrote a beautiful poem entitled "God's Love is the flower - Mercy the fruit." Saint Faustina wrote, "Let the doubting soul read these considerations on Divine Mercy and become trusting" (949). Let's consider this poem line by line that we might become more trusting of Jesus, the Divine Mercy.

Part Seven: The Catholic and Magisterial Tradition - From the Middle Ages to Today

The following is the last in a seven-part series.

The High Middle Ages witnessed a great flowering of religious and spiritual writing by Catholic women. For example, Blessed Julian of Norwich, St. Gertrude the Great, St. Bridget of Sweden, and three Doctors of the Church: St. Hildegard Von Bingen, St. Catherine of Siena, and later St. Theresa of Avila. Saint Hildegard was even a public preacher and travelling evangelist.

Excerpts from the New Book, After Suicide

To mark World Suicide Prevention Day Sept. 10, we share reason for hope - for the salvation of those who've died by their own hand and for the healing of those left behind. Read excepts from the new Marian Press book, After Suicide: There's Hope for Them and for You, by Fr. Chris Alar, MIC, and Jason Lewis, MIC.

Divine Mercy at the Pentagon

By Teresa S. Faith Flahive

The day that Divine Mercy came into my life was a Tuesday in late November of 2018. It was a transformative moment that brought me much "joy in the morning" (Ps 30:5) and changed my life forever.