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Tender Mercy

A family's detour leads to the National Shrine, then the emergency ward, then into the arms of our loving Lord.

This is Not a 'Dead Object'

Christ once lamented to St. Faustina how so many people don't seem to understand the Eucharist. Maybe this will shed some light.

Part 2: Benedict XVI, Pilgrim of Mercy in the Holy Land

Pope Benedict XVI went to the Holy Land on May 8-15 as a pilgrim of mercy. The following the second in a two-part series that highlights his historic trip.

Part 1: Benedict XVI, Pilgrim of Mercy in the Holy Land

Pope Benedict XVI went to the Holy Land on May 8-15 as a pilgrim of mercy. The following the first in a two-part series that highlights his historic trip.

Motherhood, Milk, and Mercy

Here is a Mother's Day challenge for you. Think a little bit about mother's milk, which is miraculous.

'A Gift of God to Our Time'

Pope John Paul II canonized St. Maria Faustina Kowalska in St. Peter's Square nine years ago on April 30. The following is the homily that the Holy Father gave that day.

'Never Forgotten' — Luca, the Light

A family's healing after the loss of their child includes a special memorial.

'We Pray for Hope and Courage'

"The danger, the violence, the tragic events have increased tremendously. People are frightened," said Fr. Eduardo Ortega.

Living the Divine Mercy Mandate

It's telling that Pope Benedict, in all three of his statements about the World Apostolic Congress on Mercy, used "Divine Mercy" in the title.

Making John Paul II's Divine Mercy Legacy Our Own

Pope Benedict is carrying on, even solidifying, the Divine Mercy legacy of his predecessor, John Paul II.

God's Greatest Attribute: Is It Really?

At the World Apostolic Congress on Mercy in Rome last April, I met a priest who asked a question that I have been turning over in my mind ever since.

Got Questions?

Here it is: Everything you've wanted to know about Divine Mercy Sunday.

Why We Pray the Chaplet for the Sick and Dying

An ancient Christian writer wrote that, "Of all divine things, the most divine is to share with God in the saving of souls."

Patients Can Request It. Doctors and Nurses Can Give It.

It was one of those news stories that made you stop, gulp hard, and wonder darkly what the world was coming to.

The Weakest of the Weak

I have the pleasure of knowing a woman who is a saint in the making. She's my daughter.

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