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Don't Forget the Poor

It’s true that in this fallen world, we won’t solve all of the world's problems. But what does Christ want from us?

Faustina’s Feast is for All

This year for the first time, the Universal Church will celebrate the Feast of St. Faustina in every corner of the world.

'We're All Healthcare Now'

Usually, mainly healthcare professionals attended. Usually, there's a conference in May and in November. Usually, people attend in Worcester or Cleveland. But this year has been anything but usual.

Tolkien About the Archangels

Gandalf the Grey is essentially an angel, modeled very clearly on all three of the archangels whose feast we celebrate on Sept. 29.

Meating the Church's Requirements

If you want to do the bare minimum that Catholics are called to, you need to do some form of penance on Fridays.

Crash Course in Divine Mercy Graces

When one mother passed a car wreck on the side of the road, she decided to pray the Chaplet of Divine Mercy for the victim. Minutes later, she found out that the woman in the wreck was her own daughter. 

Keeping Our Priorities Straight

Put Jesus first, and everything else falls into place. Put other things first, and everything falls apart.

When Others Are Blessed

Have you ever become envious of the blessings that others receive? Then the Gospel for this Sunday is for you. 

Grace of Union with God

Saint Faustina's seemingly very ordinary life concealed an astonishing depth of union with God. Let’s dive in!

Difficulties Don't Mean Defeat

God tasks all of us, at some point in our lives, to wait for Him to come through on His promises.

‘Mercy Sunday Miracle’

On a night in May almost 20 years ago, one Ohio man decided he was going to die. Then God answered the petition he had prayed on Divine Mercy Sunday.

Mercy’s Gaze in an Election Year

Let’s make sure we serve truth, goodness, beauty, and love in our words and our political participation.

 

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