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Divine Mercy Conference Poses a Challenge to the Faithful

One of the most talked about Catholics in America spoke at the 14th Annual Divine Mercy Conference.

'Unplanned' More than Delivers

The new feature film "Unplanned" is making waves throughout America. Find out how this movie delivers exactly what the pro-life movement needs.

'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.

Ash Wednesday General Audience

Find out what Pope Francis said to his general audience from St. Peter's square in Vatican City.

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.

The Priest Who First Believed Faustina

"In the confessional it became apparent that she knew things that no one under normal circumstances could know about," says Fr. Seraphim.

Go Helpers!

It's been 75 years since the founding of the Association of Marian Helpers. How did it start? What setbacks did we face? What have we accomplished together?

Forward, March!

The Divine Mercy Image makes a grand appearance at the annual March for Life.

Reasons for Hope

How are young people reacting to the current crisis in the Church? "I'm absolutely not going to leave the Church or even thinking about it," one shares.

Ask for a Miracle

It'll take a miracle for good to come from this synod of bishops on "Young People, the Faith, and Vocational Discernment" running from Oct. 3-28 in Rome.

Forty Years Ago Today

In honor of the 40-year anniversary of the election of John Paul II, we share Benedict XVI's insights into St. John Paul II's life and holiness.

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.

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