Some Sow; Others Reap

Whether we sow the seeds of the Word of God at large, or we offer them individually to our neighbors, we are all called to share the Good News of Divine Mercy with the world.

Regarding the Diary's Authenticity

A reader named Mark recently had questions regarding the authenticity of St. Faustina's Diary, considering her lack of formal education. Referring to St. Faustina, Mark wrote:

Let Grow and Let God

The Lord will make you into the person He created you to be - fully alive, filled with His peace - if you do this.

Pilgrims Progress - It’s the Little Things

With the COVID-19 restrictions now lifted, the Marian Fathers at the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy on Eden Hill in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, are once again welcoming pilgrims. Who are they, and what draws them here? The following is the latest in our "Pilgrims Progress" series. Meet Lisa and Dan, a married couple from Copake, New York:

Is this your first time visiting the Shrine? 

The Best Sermon I Never Heard

I was stunned, and looked up at him, expecting to see him grinning sarcastically. To my astonishment, I saw that he was weeping. 

Trust. Just Trust.

God knows even when a sparrow falls. So we can count on Him knowing our needs, and helping us in times of trial. But the ultimate answer to every need, every doubt, every challenge is God Himself, the Divine Mercy Incarnate.

See and Believe

Anyone who has read to a group of children has experienced it: the jostling, the squirming, the scramble to snuggle in as close as possible to “see the pictures!” When our Lord settles in to tell the story of His love, He makes sure that His children can “see the pictures.”