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The Ultimate Sacrifice

As we pray for the fallen and eulogize them, tears roll down the distraught faces of the silent soldiers. The moment of painful truth comes when the roll call begins.

A New Attitude in Medical Care?

Marie Romagnano, RN, stood before a conference hall filled with 200 medical professionals on Wednesday afternoon and asked for a show of hands for how many have read the Diary of St. Faustina. Nearly everyone raised a hand.

Our Response to Virginia Massacre: Forgive, Pray

As the nation struggles for answers in the aftermath of the horrific Virginia Tech massacre of April 16 in Blacksburg, Va., we can find inspiration in the midst of the tragedy to forgive and pray as people of mercy. Our witness can testify to a hurting world that ultimately Divine Mercy — not evil — has the last word.

Divine Mercy Breakthrough

For nearly 12 years, as an editor and writer for the Marians of the Immaculate Conception, I've been covering the Divine Mercy movement. And now I think that I'm seeing this dynamic movement come of age in the life of the Church.

Cardinal Announces World Mercy Congress

The first World Congress on Mercy is intended to give a "very radical encouragement" to rediscover the core of the Gospel, that is to say, mercy.

Last Will and Testament of Mercy

Two years after the death of Pope John Paul II, we look at the Divine Mercy legacy he left and how the Marians are inspired to continue it.

Tips for Divine Mercy Sunday

How can we as Catholics prepare for and celebrate Divine Mercy Sunday? What are the options?

Confession: A School of Mercy

The sacrament of penance and reconciliation is a "school of mercy" that teaches the values of forgiveness and unconditional love, writes Archbishop José Gómez in a new pastoral letter.

'I Was in Exactly the Right Place'

A writer for our website, Marian Tascio, shares her experience as an attendee at the second annual Divine Mercy Conference on Feb. 3. The conference, entitled "Trusting in God's Mercy in Difficult Times," was sponsored by the Marians of the Immaculate Conception and the Center for Spiritual Development of the Archdiocese of New York.

'Fire of Mercy' for the World!

The Divine Mercy movement will soon be given the prominence that our Lord requested of St. Faustina, the great Apostle of Divine Mercy. With Pope Benedict XVI's blessing, plans are underway to hold a World Apostolic Congress on Mercy in April 2008.

A 'Conference Call': Trust in God's Mercy

In all, 1,200 people attended the second annual Divine Mercy Conference on Saturday, Feb. 3, where experts on Divine Mercy called the Lord's message of mercy the source of divine power for the healing of the world.

The 'Mercy' Pardon of Richard Nixon

What is finally coming to light is that 'mercy and healing' were at the heart of President Gerald Ford's most controversial decision.

Our Mercy Pope in 2006

As we look back on 2006, there can be no doubt that the baton has been passed from John Paul II, the Great Mercy Pope, to Benedict XVI, the present Mercy Pope. Consider these three Divine Mercy highlights of Pope Benedict's reign in 2006 ...

Meet the Shrine's New Rector

Primary among Fr. Anthony's plans is to put an even greater emphasis on the Divine Mercy message as a source of healing for those who are lost in sin and estranged from God.

Miracle Approved, Through a Man of Mercy!

"In light of this miracle," said Br. Andrew Maczynski, MIC (shown above beside a portrait of Fr. Papczynski), "perhaps Father Founder is taking care of the most critical problem of our times — the need to uphold the sacredness of human life."

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