The Best New Year's Resolution: Prayer

"New Year, New You!" You may see this on many advertisements about now. The New Year can be seen as a chance to start over, whether that be through reconnecting with someone, hitting the gym more often, giving up a bad habit, or making some other resolution. We would like to suggest an alternative to you: Begin this New Year with a commitment to prayer.

The director of Eucharistic Apostles of The Divine Mercy (EADM), Dr. Bryan Thatcher, recommends you keep that New Year commitment by joining or creating a cenacle.

Basking in the Son's Rays at Tampa Conference

"Strap on your seatbelts," said award-winning singer Annie Karto - there are some powerful graces coming today.

Annie opened the 2016 Tampa Divine Mercy Conference, organized by the Eucharistic Apostles of The Divine Mercy (EADM) on Saturday, Feb. 20, at St. Lawrence Catholic Church. She was but the first of an all-star lineup of Marian priests and Marian Helpers, offering some of the finest formation in the Divine Mercy message and devotion available anywhere during the Jubilee Year of Mercy to upwards of 560 people.

Trust: When All is Well and All is Not Well

These last few years have been difficult for many of us, if not all of us. It seems everyone I talk to is going through some sort of trial. It may be financial difficulties with accompanying economic uncertainties, divorce, poor health, death in the family, disappointments with teenagers, loneliness, relapse of addictions, and more. The list is endless, and the trial can be overwhelming.


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