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She Opened My Eyes to the Merciful Lord

I guess the Lord decided enough was enough and that I needed a wake-up call.

MOMM Calls for 'All-Out Prayer Blitz'

That means all of us, each day, getting on their knees and spending extra time praying to God for mercy and wisdom for our nation and ourselves.

Something is Stirring in David Flannery's Heart

"God has smacked me across the face and said, 'Why can't you see that everything is mercy?'"

Guess What? It's Nothing New!

While bishops meet in Rome for a synod on the richness of the Bible, let's delves into the Old Testament, which is rich in Divine Mercy.

Spiritual Childhood, Part 2

Trust God and do small things out of great love. Yes, we are all called to follow the lead of two saints who had so much in common.

Life is Like a You Know What

When you worry about the ups and downs in your life, remember the joyful thrill of riding on a roller coaster.

Petal Power

Read an excerpt from Fr. Donald Calloway's new book!

Answered Prayers!

Since its founding in 1995, the Marians' Divine Mercy Intercessory Prayerline has served more than 1.5 million people who have sought comfort and healing through prayer.

Mary, My Mother

I wanted to know what I was missing. I wanted to know Our Lady.

St. Alphonsus Liguori

Who was St. Alphonsus Liguori? A man who called on all to trust in Divine Mercy in every circumstance.

From Sydney, With Mercy

With stories to tell, Fr. Seraphim Michalenko, MIC, and Fr. Mark Baron, MIC, have returned from World Youth Day '08.

What Race Are You In?

Hey, that's not the finish line! That's just the starting gate!

Saint Peter Lives in Rome

At first, it was the doctrine of the papacy that really stood in the way of me becoming Catholic.

Saint Paul's Doctrine of Divine Mercy

His Apostolic letters are an exhortation to practice mercy.

Divine Mercy, the Eucharist, and the Mother of Mercy Shrine

The new Mother of Mercy Outdoor Shrine (above), used for the first time on Divine Mercy weekend, 2008, provides a suitable and safe place for the King of Mercy.

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