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What's in a Name?

A lot, if you happen to be named "Helena" or, say, "Faustina." Let's just say the Lord's inspiration must have been at work.

Present and Accounted For

It took but a moment to profess his perpetual vows. But that moment marks an eternity of consequence.

Br. James Cervantes: What God Has Taken, What He Has Given

When all those prayers didn't seem to go answered, what did he do?

Generation X Gets a 'Blessed'

In 1990, a teenage girl dying of bone cancer was growing in sanctity to the point that everyone around her noticed it. Now the world will take notice.

More Than a Few Good Men

Wait a minute, aren't vocations supposed to be down? Not for the Marians. Why is that? Let's hear from Fr. Donald Calloway, MIC.

'Asking the Lord for His Mercy'

Yes, Br. Michael has been like a brother to Br. Angelo. And now Br. Angelo talks with the newly ordained deacon about the challenges and blessings of life in Christ.

Call Him 'Deacon'!

It's been a remarkable year so far for Deacon Michael Gaitley, MIC. His diaconate ordination on May 1, is only one of the many reasons.

Why is Divine Mercy So Important?

The answer is simple: Through the message of Divine Mercy, our Lord is preparing us for His final coming.

Conversations with Moms: My Son the Father

In this, the Year for Priests, we get the "inside story" from the mother of Fr. Joe Roesch, MIC, a familiar face on EWTN.

The Task: To Create Mercy for Others!

In his Divine Mercy Sunday homily, Fr. Dan Cambra, MIC, draws upon the words of a certain "secretary."

Relevant Radio and Marians Team Up

Today, Kellie Ross will discuss how her ministry, Missionaries of Our Lady of Divine Mercy, got started and the works of mercy they have been engaged in.

'An Intensity to Serve'

"I ask for everyone's prayers — those who know me and those who don't — that I will remain faithful always and that I will fully trust in God's mercy," said Br. Michael.

We're in a World of Confusion. Now What?

Hosted by the Marians, the conference featured speakers whose witnesses intertwined modern struggles with eternal truths to form a hardwearing lifeline to the merciful Lord.

'The Gospel is Alive Here'

What have I learned in the Philippines? That the Gospel is alive and effective and "sharper than a two-edged sword."

In a Land Our Lady Visited

Yep, the mustard seed — the model for the Kingdom of God and the model for the Marians' mission in Rwanda.

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