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Linda's Divine Mercy Blessings

For Friend of Mercy Linda Bolcer, a "coincidence" became a sign of Divine Mercy blessings to come. Let's take a look at a few.

'O How Pleasing to Me is Living Faith!'

Only 31 percent of Catholics profess to believe in the Real Presence of Christ's Body and Blood in the Eucharist, according to a Pew Research Center survey.

'God's Love is the Flower — Mercy the Fruit.'

In her Diary, on Feb. 12, 1937, St. Faustina wrote a beautiful poem entitled "God's Love is the flower — Mercy the fruit." Saint Faustina wrote, "Let the doubting soul read these considerations on Divine Mercy and become trusting" (949). Let's consider this poem line by line that we might become more trusting of Jesus, the Divine Mercy.

How About a Worldwide Chaplet?

On Sept. 13, the anniversary of the Divine Mercy Chaplet, join the faithful around the world in praying this extraordinary prayer.

Part Seven: The Catholic and Magisterial Tradition - From the Middle Ages to Today

Why does the Church still say that only men are called by God to the Catholic priesthood? Dr. Robert Stackpole explains.

Divine Mercy at the Pentagon

A Friend of Mercy and civilian employee for the Army shares a moment that changed her life forever.

Feeling Lousy?

Having you been suffering lately? Have you wondered if God is dissatisfied with you?

Holding Your Head High in Humility

Does being humble mean having a poor opinion of oneself? Or is there something more? Find out here.

The Expedience of Obedience

What does Jesus want more from us: obedience or mortification?

Happy Birthday, St. Faustina!

On Aug. 25, we mark the birthday of Helen Kowalska. Let's take a look at how nature needs nurture.

Folks who Frequently Find Fault

Do you know anyone overly critical in your life? Are you ever overly critical of others? Read this article.

Jesus, Our Pride and Joy

How do we live radically joyful lives and spread that joy to one another? Find out here.

A Matter of Trust

Saint Faustina specifies that the Divine Mercy accompanies us every moment of our lives. Let's take a look at some of Jesus' promises.

The Merit of Monotony

Do you ever find yourself discouraged by the monotony of life?

Are You Constricting God's Will?

We cannot coerce God into giving us what we want. Still, if we ask, He will give us more than we could have imagined.

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