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Psychiatric Nurse Joins Marian Fathers

Find out how Brother John Luth, MIC, followed a call to become a psychiatric nurse, and then realized his calling to the Marian Fathers, with whom he administers the medicine of Divine Mercy

Call Them 'Brothers'!

"My heart is so filled with gratitude to God," said the Very Rev. Fr. Kazimierz Chwalek, MIC.

Each Name Has a Story

The Marian Fathers rededicated the Shrine of the Holy Innocents on Eden Hill. Several women shared inspiring stories about losing an innocent child and the healing they experienced through Christ.

A Marian's Dream Comes True

New features of the Shrine of the Holy Innocents aid the healing of those who have suffered the loss of a child.

Maybe You've Seen Him on Film?

Two films, one short segment, and an Emmy Award all within the span of two years. The conversion story of Fr. Donald Calloway, MIC, continues to have a powerful impact on the world.

The Newest Marian Priest with a Heart for Mary's Heart

With joy, on the Feast of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, the newest Marian priest, Fr. Gabriel Cillo, was ordained to the Sacred Priesthood.

Living on a Prayer

Living on a Prayer — The world feels like it's falling apart, doesn't it? Here's what we should do about it.

Make Enemies into Brethren

Make Enemies into Brethren — The Church around the world continues to confront some of the worst persecution she's ever seen.

Pray for Ireland

Pray for Ireland — The isle of saints and scholars is confronting a referendum on whether or not repeal the eighth amendment to the Irish constitution. We've got work to do.

It's Time to Talk

It's Time to Talk — A new Marian Press book shows how mercy and truth go together when confronting the issue of homosexuality.

Feast of Sts. Philip and James — May 3

Feast of Sts. Philip and James, May 3 — Why do they share a feast day? And how did their deaths give witness to the Gospel?

Pray for Alfie Evans

Pray for Alfie Evans — The little boy with the mysterious brain disease has become the focus of international attention in the wake of Pope Francis taking up his cause

A Beam of Light Leads to a Worldwide Java Jolt

A Beam of Light Leads to a Worldwide Java Jolt — As Tom Jastermsky likes to say, "Sometimes a small cup of coffee can make a big difference."

First Lay Nurse to be Beatified

Learn about the Polish nurse, Hanna Chrzanowska, RN, who will be beatified by the Catholic Church on April 28, 2018.

'Rejoice and Be Glad!'

'Rejoice and Be Glad!' — Pope Quotes St. Faustina's Diary in New Apostolic Exhortation.

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