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Shrine Will Bring Its Jubilee Year to a Close

The closing is not the "end of Divine Mercy." It may be the closing of a special opportunity, but Divine Mercy remains.

True Greatness: How?

The presidential race has us questioning who should have great power.

October 22 — the Memorial of St. John Paul II

'Be not afraid!' — the Memorial of St. John Paul II is celebrated on Oct. 22

Be a Monument to Mercy

A year ago I prepared a to-do list for the Jubilee Year, one that, if followed, would be of "monumental" consequence to ourselves and those around us.

Hundreds Come to Celebrate the Feast of St. Faustina

What does her message mean for us? The daylong celebration of the "secretary of Divine Mercy" made it pretty clear.

Second North American Congress on Mercy Set to Begin

How about a trip to Houston? The Marian Fathers invite all to the second North American Congress on Mercy.

Let's End the Year of Mercy with 33 Days to Merciful Love

"This may be the most important article I'll ever write," says Fr. Joseph, MIC.

'Let Me Tell You ...'

This "Outstanding Marian Helper" has taken to heart Pope Francis' motto for the Jubilee Year of Mercy.

Purgatory and the Battle of Good and Evil

Even the greatest evil is not absolute evil. Only God and His goodness can be absolute.

'God Be Merciful to Us'

In light of the opening of the film Sully, we're again sharing this story of one passenger's Divine Mercy experience during the historic emergency water landing on the Hudson River.

Gabriel Cillo, MIC, Ordained to the Diaconate

"Trust Him lovingly, trust Him blindly." That is what Mother Teresa said, and that is what Deacon Gabe wants each and every person to know and do.

Be Transformed: Divine Mercy Buffalo 2016

This year's Buffalo Conference was held on Saturday, August 27 at the Basilica of Our Lady of Victory in Lackawanna, New York. Nearly 1,000 people attended to "Be Transformed" by Divine Mercy!

It Was a Miracle

See an amazing account of the miracle that led to St. Stanislaus Papczynski's canonization.

Why Now?

More than 300 years in the making, this canonization's timing is so right.

Prayers, Insights, and Wisdom of Soon-to-Be Saint Teresa of Calcutta

It was the summer of 1986 when 21-year-old Susan Conroy got on a plane by herself, going far from her family's home in Maine.

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