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How Does Immaculee Ilibagiza Forgive?

They were carrying machetes, spears, hoes — anything that could strike a hard blow into human flesh. The genocide in Rwanda had begun.

'Great Mercy Pope' Celebrated

Throughout his pontificate, Pope John Paul II preached how Divine Mercy can lead the world away from brokenness and sin and bring it back to God and true happiness.

Marians, Pilgrims Celebrate 'Apostle of Divine Mercy'

Several hundred people made a pilgrimage to the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy on the feast day of St. Maria Faustina Kowalska, the "Apostle of Divine Mercy."

'I was living a lie ... Then, I trusted in Jesus'

"We were illegal in this country, and my husband was working under a different name.... But one day, after we learned about Divine Mercy, he told me: 'I feel like I need to tell my boss the truth.' "

Meet Max

Two things make Max different from most of the thousands of annual Shrine visitors.

Trust Jesus? Roger that!

"I want others to see His face, to help people understand that Jesus is real."

'Alive with God'

"What is Divine Mercy?" asked Archbishop Rosendo Huescha, of Pueblo, Mexico, in his homily. "It is an encounter with Christ."

The Marians Welcome a New Brother

With fellow Marians in attendance and with the National Shrine packed with friends, family members, and Marian Helpers, Br. Jim was invested with the clerical collar and the Blue Scapular

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