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Faustina the Poet

We continue in this month of July reflect on this poem written by St. Faustina in which she encourages us to trust in Jesus more and more.

'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.

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Sad in Love

Do you ever feel disinterested in God? Do you ever wonder if God feels the same way about you? Find out in this article.

Wisdom for this Month from St. Faustina

In June we celebrate the Solemnity of Corpus Christi. Saint Faustina made an entry in her Diary on this solemnity 82 years ago, and they are words we should take to heart.

After I Asked, Jesus Put Me to Work

God clearly wanted me to help those who suffer.

Touching Hearts with Divine Mercy

At this year's Divine Mercy Sunday celebration, thousands of hearts were touched by a heart that last beat with life 160 years ago. What's this all about?

Divine Mercy — Essential to the New Evangelization

Mankind needs to be stabilized. What is the solution? Father Andy Davy, MIC, has the answer.

Love One Another

Father Chris Alar, MIC, expounds upon Jesus' important words to His disciples that we hear in the Gospel at daily Mass this week. Have His words become just a cliché?

Weaker Than We Think

Sometimes, we depend too much upon our own strength. Read this article to find out how to avoid making this mistake.

Glory in Pain

We often find the most inspiration, not from people who have had it easy their whole lives, but from those who have suffered greatly. Why is that?

Feeling Vengeful?

Have you ever felt like you wanted to get revenge on someone who hurt you? Find out here how the revenge of the saints is the love and mercy of God.

Our Poor Mothers

They remind us of how poverty is a virtue.

The Eucharist

The Eucharist is the source and summit of our Catholic faith. Father Chris Alar, MIC, shares with us about this Sacrament in his homily on May 9, 2019.

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

We begin a new series considering a poem by St. Faustina line by line. Her hope in writing this poem was to inspire souls to trust in Jesus more. Will you?

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