Call Them 'Brothers'

Committed to Christ and service to the Church, three young men professed their first vows as members of the Marian Fathers.

The Case for the Assumption of Mary

We celebrate one of the greatest mysteries of the life of the Blessed Virgin Mary on Aug. 15. How do we know her Assumption really happened?

Fear Is Contagious

In the midst of all this, it’s easy to get frightened. But here's a sound plan going forward.

Afraid to Die?

Many in our culture act as if they will live forever. But you know the truth and with God's grace, you have nothing to fear. 

‘Only by the Grace of God’

When Judy's husband of 58 years, John, was nearing death, she prayed the Divine Mercy Chaplet at his bedside. The circumstances surrounding his death seem nothing short of a Divine Mercy miracle. 

Becoming a Christian

Baptism starts a process of becoming a Christian, of conversion and sanctification. After all, there’s no upper limit on love.

When You Talk Too Much

According to St. Faustina, if you want to have an intimate relationship with the Lord, you need to be careful about what and how much you say. Let's take a look. 

Psychology of Trust

Peter calls Jesus “Lord,” but then he asks for proof. Typical!

Passion of Christ and Beauty of the Cross

Sister Faustina deeply loved her Lord Jesus and often meditated upon His Passion. How might this practice be a benefit to our souls? Let’s delve into this incredible topic and learn the secrets of Jesus’ Passion in this week’s spiritual exercise!

Staggering on the Way to Heaven

The great saints walk home to Heaven. For too many of us ... well, the pilgrimage home is rather less dignified than that.