Marians in the (White) House

“So, is this a normal Saturday for you?” Novice Josh was asked. “No!” he exclaimed. “We visited the White House today!” 

The Sacred Heart and Divine Mercy

On the Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (June 16), we ask, "What is the difference between the devotion of the Sacred Heart and the Divine Mercy message?"

The miracle that is the Eucharist

On a Corpus Christi Sunday several years ago, the Very Rev. Chris Alar, MIC, declared, "God once in awhile gives a sign, and man did He give a sign!"

Saint Philip Neri: Practicing Joy in Mercy

Saint Philip Neri, “the Second Apostle of Rome,” was well-known for his humorous and unusual penances, including one involving a chicken. His feast day is May 26.

The Father of English History: St. Bede the Venerable

Historians and scholars around the world are indebted to the work of their patron saint: St. Bede the Venerable, priest and Doctor of the Church (feast day: May 25) and one of the most prolific and influential Catholic writers of the Middle Ages.

At long last, WACOM5 is here!

Please pray for the success of the much-delayed and long-anticipated fifth World Apostolic Congress on Mercy (WACOM5), to be held in Apia, Samoa, May 20-26. The theme is: "Divine Mercy: The Ocean of Love that Envelops the Whole World."