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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.

Life After the Miracle, Part 2

Meet the Digans, who experienced a miracle that led to the beatification of St. Faustina.

'This is Bigger Than We Think'

"It strengthened my faith. It's like, I was hungry before I left and now I'm full."

A Simple Moment of Trust

Jesus once said to St. Faustina, "The more a soul trusts, the more it will receive."

From A Mother's Plea

Through St. Maria Faustina, Jesus shows us how to prepare for the day of justice.

Sin as a Computer Virus

If the Apostle James were alive today, he would compare the computer virus to the destructive potential of the tongue.

'It'll be OK'

A hero's words of comfort span the generations.

These Graces Were No Accident

You spend your entire life as a parent doing everything you can to raise your kids and protect them and keep them safe, and in one moment ...

First Broken, Then Blessed

In the midst of our suffering and brokenness, we may recall that our King allowed himself to be broken by being crucified

The Joy of Being Catholic

A priest once told me that "Catholicism is simply one beggar telling another where the bread is."

What is a Saint?

Saint Faustina teaches us not only the meaning of sanctity, but tells us the three most important dispositions that we must have if we are to attain it.

'One of the Best-Kept Secrets'

I fell in love with the Divine Mercy devotion.

The Ascension

Christ's Ascension marks the coming of age for those who call themselves His followers.

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