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'He Was Brain Dead' — Until They Prayed

"For some strange reason, I said, 'I'm gonna learn about St. Faustina. I want to know who she is.'" Turns out, it was just in time.

On a Marian Feast Day, a Special Visit

The Marian Fathers welcomed to the Shrine a bumper crowd of pilgrims, including Archbishop Henry J. Mansell.

Joined by a Love for Our Lady

Let's count the ways, count the men, and count the reasons for joining together for the upcoming Marian Week.

A Remembrance for Sandy Hook Victims

Marians hold a remembrance for the Holy Innocents — including 20 school children killed in Newtown, Conn.

A Honeymoon at the Feet of Jesus

Where to honeymoon? He suggested the National Shrine of the Divine Mercy. She was delighted.

Pilgrim's Way

Today, meet Patrick Gardenier, one of the few people in the world who would ever utter the words, "I'm glad I got cancer."

Love God with Your 'Whole Brain'

"We are still crucifying Jesus," Dr. CastaƱo said. "... He is here for us, but we are not here for Him.

Inspiration — Station to Station

Just as expected. The Shrine's life-size Stations of the Cross are providing pilgrims with a powerful spiritual experience.

The 'Face of the Shrine' Says Goodbye

The Shrine job was a gift. The gift was reciprocal.

'To Explain My Love of God'

A pilgrim to the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy captures in words her parish's faith-filled visit during this "Year of Faith."

A Matter of Faith, a Matter of Fact

In Shrine talk, researcher reveals findings of Eucharistic miracles and other phenomena.

The Shrine Has Gifts in Mind

The Marians at the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy seek your assistance for the sake of others.

Pilgrims Visit with a Miracle to Share

Father Kaz was certain he saw her somewhere before.

Let's Follow the Money

When pilgrims to the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy drop money into the Shrine's Poor Box, they can hear it land, but where does it eventually go?

Pilgrims 'Come Home' to Mercy

Father Kaz used this notion of "home" — the all-encompassing feeling of welcome extended to us, His children, by the infinite mercy of God.

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