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"Inspectio Cordis": Palm Sunday of the Lord's Passion, March 24

A weekly web series by Fr. Thaddaeus Lancton, MIC, introduces us to the meditations for this Sunday's Mass by the Marian Founder. The goal is to allow Jesus to gaze into your heart and teach you self-examination, leading you to a more fruitful reception of Holy Communion at Sunday Mass, where there is a true encounter of our hearts with His Sacred Heart – especially fitting during this period of National Eucharistic Revival.

When the Corner Pharmacy Becomes an Abortion Center 

In an announcement that sent shockwaves through the pro-life movement nationwide, the pharmacy chains CVS and Walgreens announced that the dangerous abortion drug mifepristone would be sold in their stores in select states. The abortion pill is now the leading cause of death for preborn children. 

Understanding the Message of Mercy as a Parish Community

Inspired by Fr. Chris Alar's book Understanding Divine Mercy and eager to spread the Divine Mercy message in their Missouri parish, a group of parishioners builds a Lenten mission and sparks a spiritual renewal.

Seal The Doorposts!

In these challenging times, when the need for peace and mercy is greater than ever, the Marian Fathers invite you to participate in a simple but incredibly powerful act of faith: display the Image of Divine Mercy.

Now more than ever, 'Go to Joseph!'

As the Solemnity approaches on March 19, devotion to St. Joseph has never been stronger, thanks in part to the recently concluded year-long celebration of the foster father of Jesus.

‘The Word of God abides’: St. Cyril of Jerusalem, Doctor of the Church

He is author of the earliest recorded systematic teachings of the Catholic faith. He suffered persecution and banishment for adherence to the truths of the faith. Ultimately, he was declared a Doctor of the Church for his exemplary writings explaining the tenets of the faith. He is St. Cyril of Jerusalem (315-386 A.D.). whose feast we celebrate on March 18.

Saint Patrick, Bearing Light in the Darkness

Saint Patrick (feast day: March 17) brought Jesus to pagan Ireland and transformed it into the land of saints and scholars. Let's follow his example and bring Jesus, the Divine Mercy, to an increasingly pagan world.

The Mighty Strength of St. Patrick

"I arise today through a mighty strength, the invocation of the Trinity ... " Part of the legacy of the great missionary to Ireland is this incredible prayer of trust in the Divine Mercy, asking the help of God and all His works to protect St. Patrick from any harm.

Models of Mercy: Saints John de Brébeuf and Isaac Jogues

As Tertullian, an early Christian writer wrote, "The blood of the martyrs is the seed of the Church." The witness and martyrdom of St. John de Brébeuf (feast day: March 16), St. Isaac Jogues, and their companions was not fruitless.

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