Changing Perspectives

What happens when we focus too much on our own problems? What can we do to change our negative perspectives?

I Want You to Be Very Little

Many times throughout St. Faustina's Diary, Jesus appears to St. Faustina as an infant. This might seem strange at first, until you hear His reasoning for doing so.

Opinion: Silence Leads to Sanctity

Do you find yourself constantly inserting your opinions into conversation? Do you find silence difficult? Read this article.

A Heart-Felt Devotion

On the Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, we need to be open to love of God and neighbor - that is, to mercy.

When a Lukewarm Soul is Reheated

Friends of Mercy club member David Van Sise never intended to thwart Jesus' efforts, but he realized that by being spiritually lukewarm, he was doing exactly that.

Bless This Land

Are you worried about the moral decay of our culture? Let's turn to St. Faustina.

'Love and Mercy' Wows the Vatican

With distinguished guests and journalists from around the world on hand, the Vatican played host to the premiere of the feature-length film "Love and Mercy," a docudrama on St. Faustina and her Divine Mercy revelations.

New Healthcare Series Launching Divine Mercy Sunday

Many Catholic healthcare professionals in the United States don't know how to integrate a healthy spirituality into their medical practices. Find out how Marie Romagnano, RN, has remedied this.

Last Will and Testament of Mercy

Two years after the death of Pope John Paul II, we look at the Divine Mercy legacy he left and how the Marians are inspired to continue it.

Our Response to Virginia Massacre: Forgive, Pray

As the nation struggles for answers in the aftermath of the horrific Virginia Tech massacre of April 16 in Blacksburg, Va., we can find inspiration in the midst of the tragedy to forgive and pray as people of mercy. Our witness can testify to a hurting world that ultimately Divine Mercy - not evil - has the last word.