Divine Mercy Videos

We invite you to join The Marian Fathers of The Immaculate Conception as we livestream the First Fridays and First Saturdays each month making reparation to The Sacred Heart of Jesus and The Immaculate Heart of Mary. Together we will respond wholeheartedly to the requests of Jesus and Mary to repair for the sins of the world with prayer and penance for the conversion of sinners and for Peace throughout the world.

One of the most beautiful things in the worship of Our Lord at Mass is music. Marian Postulant Austin explains how sacred music, the song and the language of the angels, is a gift from God that gives expression to the soul and dignifies ritual and worship. Then hear from "Floriani," a talented group of men who believe in the importance of fostering a rebirth in sacred music. 

Father Andy Davy, MIC, gives you the schedule for upcoming talks, videos, shows, and events from the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy for the month of March 2024. This way you won't miss anything to help your soul in your spiritual journey!

Join Fr. Anthony Gramlich, MIC, as he presents the 4 Temperaments.

The Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception present: Journey Through Lent with Fr. Anthony Gramlich, MIC. This week, Fr. Anthony encourages us to develop a habit of prayer this Lent, as prayer is the oxygen for the soul.

A lot of Christian prophecy is justified because we have prophecy in the Bible. Our Lady also brought us much prophecy in places like Fatima and Akita. But much is equivalent to crystal balls and fortune telling. Father Thaddaeus Lancton, MIC, explains what to look for, as we all share in the prophetic mission of Christ as baptized Catholics and are called to share God’s Word, trusting in the teaching authority of the Church. Then watch a clip from the film, “Love and Mercy,” about the day Jesus first appeared to St. Faustina and gave her the pattern by which He wanted her to paint the Image we know today.

Episode 143 with Michael McGlinn
Michael McGlinn, an accomplished film producer, musician, and founder of Sistine Films, pursued his passion for creativity and music after attending Notre Dame University, where he also played football under the legendary coach Lou Holtz.

We know Jesus appointed 12 Apostles to carry out the work of heaven. What was that work? And after Jesus died, what happened to each of them? Hear Fr. Chris Alar explain what happened next and how each of the Apostles died for their faith.

In the first episode of a new weekly series, Fr. Anthony Gramlich, MIC, answers the question, "What is Lent?" Watch as he goes over the requirements regarding fasting and abstinence, and helps us to seek out what we should give up for Lent... or even take up!

This year, Ash Wednesday and Valentine’s Day fell on the same day, Feb. 14, 2024. They have more in common than you might think. Join Fr. Chris Alar, MIC, as he explains the opening of the holy season of Lent, a time to think about God and not ourselves – similar to how we think about our Valentines and not ourselves.  Then hear a great story about Camp Veritas, where teenagers learn to grow in virtue thanks to the message of Divine Mercy.

What did Blessed Michael Sopocko know about St. Faustina that we haven't heard before? What did he find when he questioned her authenticity? As her confessor, what did Jesus tell him through her and what was the one thing he didn't believe?

Father Michael Sopoćko (1888-1975), now beatified by the Church, was the priest-confessor to St. Faustina and, as such, an incredible man of mercy. Join Fr. Chris Alar, MIC, as he introduces this great theologian, the principal instrument that Our Lord used to fashion the soul of St. Faustina, and learn how he commissioned the very first Image of Divine Mercy. Then hear how the message of Divine Mercy has brought joy and hope to an autistic boy named Royce Guzman and his family.