The following is the last installment of Dr. Robert Stackpole's 15-part series on Divine Mercy and Divine Justice. Read more.
Christians are called to trust in the source of true peace: the Lord Jesus Christ. Read more.
Check out part 14 in Dr. Robert Stackpole's 15-part series on Divine Mercy and Divine Justice. Read more.
Envy can creep into our hearts, even within the Church, even among people laboring in the vineyard. Read more.
The Marian Fathers have published a new booklet to incorporate Divine Mercy spirituality with a work of mercy in which we should all be engaged. Read more.
Empowered, enthused, in love with the message of Divine Mercy — more than 600 people had their cups filled by the annual Bronx conference. Read more.
Meekness — steadfast meekness, courageous meekness — is the means by which hearts can be converted. Read more.
The Jubilee, also called a Holy Year, will open this year on Dec. 8, the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception.
In all of the years that I have been writing articles for this website, yours was the most impressive set of comments that I have ever read. Read more.
Let's talk about sin, shall we? The following is part four of our weekly Lenten series on the Seven Deadly Sins. Read more.
The martyrs wear imperishable crowns, now, and shall never be forgotten. Read more.
Give peace a chance! Read more.
We don't call them the Deadly Sins for nothing. Greed kills. Read more.
Let's ask God for the strength to change, according to His will, and become the saints we were born to be. That's an offer He can't refuse. Read more.
"I am not a Catholic, so if you want to just delete this email, it is OK. ..." Read more.
I'm going to talk about "solidarity" and "subsidiarity." Don't be intimated. Read more.
Seeking direction? It doesn't have to be such a balancing act. Read more.
"Today, this selfish attitude of indifference has taken on global proportions, to the extent that we can speak of a globalization of indifference," the Pope says. Read more.
Saint John Paul II reportedly said, "Chastity is the work of a lifetime." For many of us, it may take longer than that. Read more.
Do not be deceived by the way in which the secular media falsely presents the options here. Read more.
How can you still be Catholic when the Church is so full of sinners? Well, that's the point, isn't it? The following is the introduction to our Lenten series. Read more.
On Ash Wednesday, Feb. 18, we receive our Lenten instructions through the gospel reading. Read more.
Father Seraphim Michalenko, MIC, calls this one of the best talks on Divine Mercy he's ever heard (and he's heard a lot!) Read more.
He's a God of social justice, too! Read the next in Dr. Robert Stackpole's series on mercy and justice. Read more.
Father Michael has a new book. What's so "great" about it? Plenty. This is your story, too. Read more.
Here's a thought: The Lord is merciful even to the damned. Read more.
The seventh installment of Dr. Robert Stackpole's 12-part series. Read more.
To kick the habit, she turned to a Polish saint who wore a habit. Read more.
About 10 years ago, I was diagnosed with lung cancer. Here's what happened next. Read more.
Father Seraphim Michalenko, MIC, shares thoughts on the saint whose revelations have transformed the modern Church. Read more.
From pen to paper to the world. Read an excerpt from the new book Faustina: The Mystic and Her Message. Read more.
That Catholics today generally ignore this doctrine is manifestly obvious. Read more.
When it comes to charity, Satan controls the remote. Read more.
I don't usually tune in to EWTN, but there was nothing else on that interested me while I was working out.
We need to remember that in His infinite holiness, God cannot just ignore our mortal sins or pretend that they are unimportant. Read more.
The following are our favorite quotes from 2014, a year in which goodness prevailed. Read more.
Today, can there be any doubt hell exists and that the devil is alive in the world? Read more.
More people praying? And at the 3 o'clock hour? Why do these things matter, anyway? Read more.
When the Body of Christ is crucified, the world is saved. Read more.
He is coming. Let us rejoice, and be glad. Read more.
No doubt the theme of mercy can be found in many favorite Christmas carols. Here's the last of a four-part Advent series reflecting on the theme. Read more.
What is a peacemaker anyway? Read more.
Who would have thought that the cook and gardener could possibly be receiving such extraordinary visitations from Jesus? Read more.
Purity of heart means a lot more than basic chastity. Read more.
There is mercy in them thar Christmas carols! Here's the third of our four-part Advent series that gives a gist of the jingles. Read more.
What will you say if asked, "Is Santa Claus real?" The following is the fifth of an eight-part Advent series on the Beatitudes. Read more.
It is only by the mercy of God that the road to righteousness is open to us at all. Read more.
There is mercy in them thar Christmas carols! Here's the second of our four-part Advent series that gives a gist of the jingles. Read more.
The Divine Mercy movement is the tip of the spear of the forces of heaven in the great conflict at the end of the world. Read more.
The following is the third of an eight-part Advent series on the Beatitudes. Read more.
Gather around. Time to eat some humble pie. Read more.
Why on earth would those who mourn be called blessed? Read more.
There is mercy in them thar Christmas carols! Here's the first of our four-part Advent series that gives a gist of the jingles. Read more.
Saint Faustina had a life beyond the Diary? Indeed! The following is an interview with the author of an extraordinary new biography on the famous saint. Read more.
May the blessings begin! The following is the first of an eight-part Advent series on the Beatitudes. Read more.
"I desire that my whole life be but one act of thanksgiving to You, O God," St. Faustina wrote. Read more.
Thankful? Check. For everything? Check. Really ... everything? Read more.
When it comes to the Thanksgiving Day prayer, think it through before forking it over. Read more.
He will come again in glory to judge the living and the dead, and His kingdom will have no end. Read more.
My friend's comment left me wondering the following: If St. Faustina were to celebrate Thanksgiving today, what would she be especially thankful for? Read more.
I am going to cause some trouble. Read more.
In an exclusive interview, Floribeth Mora reflects on her healing through John Paul II's intercession. Read more.
Saints know they are sinners, but they also know God's love is greater than all sin, so they place their hope in Him.
When in doubt, consult the saints. Read more.
"In the confessional it became apparent that she knew things that no one under normal circumstances could know about," says Fr. Seraphim Michalenko, MIC. Read more.
The following is the last in a five-part weekly series, "Healing in the Name of Jesus," by Dr. Robert Stackpole, STD. Read more.
Are you among the many who cannot quite justify the Merciful Lord's justice when He's clearly so merciful? Dr. Stackpole sorts it out so we don't have to. Read more.
Can the Blessed Virgin Mary and St. Faustina really hear all the millions of prayers that are offered to them, and respond to them all? Read more.
The following is the fourth in a five-part weekly series, "Healing in the Name of Jesus," by Dr. Robert Stackpole, STD. Read more.
This is a story of Jesus, the Divine Mercy, saving a dying homosexual man who lived a life of so much emotional and physical pain. Read more.
The following is the third in a five-part weekly series, "Healing in the Name of Jesus," by Dr. Robert Stackpole, STD. Read more.
In the face of ebola, what can we do? Jesus points the way. Read more.
"Let anyone who thirsts come to Me and drink. Whoever believes in Me, as scripture says: 'Rivers of living water will flow from within him.'" (Jn 7: 37-38). Read more.
It's one of the hardest and most shocking teachings Christ ever gave us, and yet it's at the heart of the Christian life. Read more.
The following is the second in a five-part weekly series, "Healing in the Name of Jesus," by Dr. Robert Stackpole, STD. Read more.
The Marian Fathers extend condolences to the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal whose co-founder, Fr. Benedict Groeschel, CFR, died on Oct. 3. Read more.
The Marian Fathers host the special day to honor the "Apostle of Divine Mercy." Read more.
Saint Faustina was given the message and devotion to help remind us all what it is to be Christian. Read more.
Saint Faustina drew her last breath on Oct. 5, 1938. But that was only the beginning. Read more.
The following is the first in a five-part weekly series, "Healing in the Name of Jesus," by Dr. Robert Stackpole, STD. Read more.
The other day, Ann D'Arcy spilled a substantial amount of milk. It got her thinking. Read more.
Father Jim McCormack, MIC, the novice master for the Marians in the United States, gives a series of talks on Divine Mercy. Read more.
Do you forget to show mercy to someone — yourself? Compassion for ourselves can be crucial to our ability to be merciful to others. Read more.
Why all the emphasis on mercy in Pope John Paul II's second encyclical? Read more.
Marian Missionaries journey to the heart of America. Read more.
Faustina: Messenger of Divine Mercy "brought the Diary to life." Read more.
You must give in order to gain. You must die in order to live. You must suffer in order to be free from suffering. Read more.
Older footage of a younger Fr. Seraphim, in a 1991 film introducing the life and spirituality of a little-known Polish nun. Read more.
Wish you were here! The Divine Mercy Apostolates of the Marian Fathers share what they saw at the 2014 World Apostolic Congress on Mercy. Read more.
Older footage of a younger Fr. Seraphim, in a 1991 film introducing the life and spirituality of a little-known Polish nun. Read more.
Readers of St. Faustina's Diary sometimes come across passages that do not seem to put her in a very good light. Read more.
If we insist on going our own way, He will respect the freedom He gave to us, and not compel us to turn away from our sins and be sanctified. ... Read more.
To mark the feast day of one of the Church's deepest thinkers, read an excerpt from Divine Mercy: A Guide from Genesis to Benedict XVI. Read more.
Here's our blog from Buffalo. Read more.
On Aug. 25, we mark the birthday of Helen Kowalska. Let's take a look at how nature needs nurture. Read more.
As WACOM III concludes in Bogota, we hear from Cardinal Schoenborn what would count as success. And the next location is announced! Read more.
For all you cross-hunters, St. Helen's the saint for you.
"Out of the depths I call to you, LORD; Lord, hear my cry! May your ears be attentive to my cry for mercy." (Ps 130) Read more.
Cardinal Schoenborn, the president of WACOM, sends you his greetings! Read more.
We get a look at Colombia's many wounds and the power of God's grace in WACOM's second day. Read more.
On the solemnity of the Assumption, a mountaintop experience at the third World Apostolic Congress on Mercy. Read more.
Please pray for the repose of the soul of Fr. George Kosicki, a great friend of the Marians and promoter of Divine Mercy.
Saint Jane Frances de Chantal's successful struggle against many sufferings and great inner darkness offers hope Read more.
Older footage of a younger Fr. Seraphim, in a 1991 film introducing the life and spirituality of a little-known Polish nun. Read more.
The Congress will offer the opportunity "to study, to reflect on, to celebrate the message and reality of the richness and power of God's mercy," says Fr. Kaz. Read more.
The power of the Chaplet, the reality of the Diary, the mercy of God: They all add up in times of crisis. Read more.
My prayer was for secular concerns, but, as I later found out, Christ had bigger plans for me. Read more.
" ... From Your open Heart, as from a pure fount, Flows comfort to a repentant heart and soul ... " Read more.
We celebrate the feast of Corpus Christi on June 22. What does it mean to be "alive"? It's a good day to find out. Read more.
Who would have thought? From common criminals to terrorists, Anthony Cardone thought he had seen it all. He hadn't. Not yet anyway. Read more.
June is dedicated to The Sacred Heart of Jesus. Read Dr. Robert Stackpole's series that explores the relationship between The Sacred Heart and The Divine Mercy. Read more.
Jesus ascended up to Heaven, and took us with Him. Read more.
Have you heard about the 90-minute live-drama production Faustina: Messenger of Divine Mercy? If not, here's a glimpse of it: Read more.
"We're going to teach the teachers, so that you guys can go out and help educate those who really don't know our Catholic faith," said Deacon Chris Alar, MIC. Read more.
In this landmark year, we caught up with Marie to discuss her ministry and the great issues in modern healthcare.
Pope Francis has taken a personal interest in the Congress, particularly since it's being held in the Holy Father's home continent of South America. Read more.
We have the story. We have the photos. We have videos, too! Divine Mercy apostles from 15 states gathered in the Bronx this past weekend. Check it out. Read more.
This Lent, consider our Lord's words to St. Faustina: "... I demand from you deeds of mercy ..." Here's the last of our seven-part series. Read more.
Find Jesus in the Sacrament of Confession. Be made clean this Lent by the love of the Lord, mediated through His Mystical Body. Go! Read more.
This Lent, consider our Lord's words to St. Faustina: "... I demand from you deeds of mercy ..." Here is the sixth part of our seven-part Lenten series. Read more.
This Lent, consider our Lord's words to St. Faustina: "... I demand from you deeds of mercy ..." Here is the fifth part of our seven-part Lenten series. Read more.
From the archives: The following is an article that Blessed Michael Sopocko originally wrote for the Marian Helpers Bulletin, Spring 1956 issue.
This Lent, consider our Lord's words to St. Faustina: "... I demand from you deeds of mercy ..." Here is the fourth part of our seven-part Lenten series. Read more.
While rescuers and investigators search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, there is something we need to do. Read more.
In His mercy, God put me on the tight, winding, rock-strewn path leading to the narrow gate. Read more.
This Lent, consider our Lord's words to St. Faustina: "... I demand from you deeds of mercy ..." Here is the third part of our seven-part Lenten series. Read more.
This Lent, consider our Lord's words to St. Faustina: "... I demand from you deeds of mercy ..." Here is the second part of our seven-part Lenten series. Read more.
Looking for a way to go right to the heart of the Catholic faith during Lent? Well then, tune in. Read more.
This Lent, consider our Lord's words to St. Faustina: "... I demand from you deeds of mercy ..." Here's the first of our seven-part series. Read more.
In time for Lent, Marian Press has released Mercy's Gaze, by Vinny Flynn. We speak with the book's editor, David Came, about this landmark publication. Read more.
On the feast of the Chair of St. Peter, Feb. 22, time to reflect upon this remarkable year of two popes and the changes it's brought to the Church. Read more.
Three Mercy Popes will come together in the "winner's circle of grace" this Divine Mercy Sunday. Read more.
With the Olympic Games upon us, it's worth asking: Of what does true greatness consist? Here are three examples. Read more.
Curious, isn't it? Two priests ministering to two "secretaries." Surely, God is telling us something. Read more.
Why are Popes John XXIII and John Paul II being canonized in the same ceremony on Divine Mercy Sunday? Dr. Alan Schreck explains. Read more.
Two weeks ago I was looking down the barrel of a proverbial gun. Read more.
You've heard of John Paul II. You might have heard of John XXIII, and perhaps heard of Vatican II. What ties them together? Read more.
To mark the Feast of St. Thomas Aquinas on Jan. 28, the following is the first of a two-part series on the saint who best describes what "mercy" means. Read more.
Saint Thomas Aquinas explains how Divine Mercy and Divine Justice coincide. Read more.
An excerpt from Vinny Flynn's latest book, Mercy's Gaze: 100 Readings from Scripture and the Diary of St. Faustina. Read more.
The biggest roadblocks standing in the way of real progress regarding abortion aren't our politicians. Read more.
The Congress is expected to draw thousands, including many cardinals, and will include testimonies, lectures, street celebrations, Holy Masses, and missions. Read more.
Dr. Robert Stackpole's 11-part series concludes quite logically with a happy ending. Read more.
Call it a permanent spiritual internship. Read more.
What is the strongest argument of all for the existence of God? Dr. Robert Stackpole makes the case. Read more.
I was watching "The X-Files," and one of the episodes was about all these roaches coming out of a drain. That was the beginning of a strange day. Read more.
One breath of this phrase can single-handedly sap the evangelical strength of the most solid Christian. Read more.
A review of a live drama based on the saint who, after Mary, has helped me fall in love with Jesus more than any other. Read more.
"It is a 'spiritual medicine' called Misericordina," Pope Francis says. Read more.
This is one in a series of testimonies from our readers who share their stories on the power of the Chaplet of The Divine Mercy. Read more.
Do we have evidence that the deceased need prayer? Absolutely. A number of the living have visited with the dead. Read more.
Those touched by the ministry of the congregation include millions of Divine Mercy devotees worldwide. Read more.
Read about Fr. Michael Sopocko's early years, before he met a certain nun whose revelations would change the world. Read more.
Here are first-hand accounts of the "person behind the saint."
Pope Francis owes an important part of his Marian devotion to the example set by Blessed Pope John Paul II, whose feast day we celebrate Tuesday, Oct. 22. Read more.
In his new book, 7 Secrets of Confession, Vinny Flynn takes on the distortions many have about confession. Read more.
"The retreat is for anyone that's experienced the loss of a child in their life," he explained. "It's to help the person to heal."
Why on earth would we celebrate the day a great saint died? We ask our Divine Mercy expert, Dr. Robert Stackpole, STD. Read more.
For Maria Vargo, portraying St. Faustina in the long-awaited drama Faustina: Messenger of Divine Mercy becomes habit forming in more ways than one. Read more.
We need only to look at what Pope Francis is living, as well as preaching. Read more.
Who's Blessed Michael Sopocko? We're here to tell you.
In his letter to his niece, our columnist Dr. Robert Stackpole gets down to an undeniable "kernel" of truth. Read more.
In the first installment of his new series, Dr. Robert Stackpole makes things "Krystal" clear. Read more.
Brother Chris Alar, MIC, professes his perpetual vows, and no one could possibly look happier. Read more.
God tapped both for major roles in the renewal of the universal Church. You've heard of her. You may not have heard of him. Read more.
She "had a past." That's what makes her particularly suited to our troubling times. Read more.
Guess what virtue is most pleasing to God? Answer: humility. Next question: Do we practice it? Read more.
Mark Endres shares with us reason for hope amidst the beer and bacchanalia of a college bash. Read more.
The Vatican announces that John Paul II and John XXIII will be canonized together. We also learn of a Costa Rican woman's "Divine Mercy Sunday miracle."
There is but one blush-worthy entry in St. Faustina's Diary. Read more.
He didn't even attend his parents' funerals. That's how hardened his heart had become. Read more.
If we are truly sorry for our sins, we need never doubt that we will receive God's mercy. Read more.
The following is an excerpt from the new booklet published by Marian Press, The Divine Mercy Image Explained. Read more.
In John Paul II: The Great Mercy Pope, we see how much his papacy and beatification were infused with the Divine Mercy message and devotion. Read more.
He'll have to yield to this one final offense — having to breathe when he no longer wants to breathe. Read more.
Surely, you've noticed: Like Benedict XVI, Pope Francis is proclaiming and witnessing to God's mercy. Let's talk specifics.
What was St. Faustina doing with a broom in her hand?
Much of our crying out against unfair accusations stems from concern for our own egos, not a pure thirst for justice in the world.
Snow in March: We have a flurry of questions about Divine Mercy Sunday. Read more.
In a very moving homily, he calls for protection of God's creatures, the environment, "and every person, especially children, the elderly, those in need." Read more.
The Church has a new Holy Father, and he is supporter of the message of Divine Mercy. Read more.
What was Benedict XVI's final teaching and witness as Pope?
We will always remember him as a Pope of Divine Mercy. Here's why ... Read more.
Pope John Paul II made the case for declaring St. Faustina one of the Church's greatest saints. So now what? Read more.
The Pope announced plans for his retirement. Among his many contributions to the Church has been his steadfast support of the message of Divine Mercy. Read more.
What's the plan? The Diary of St. Faustina provides the blueprints. Read more.
Here's the last in Dr. Robert Stackpole's 8-part series on the spirituality of St. Faustina's spiritual director, Blessed Michael Sopocko. Read more.
Divine Mercy apostles from 12 countries gather for the 2nd Asian Apostolic Congress on Mercy. Read more.
There's no easy way to say it: In St. Faustina's battle against staggering odds, we can find the inspiration to persist in our own struggles. Read more.
Our Divine Mercy columnist Dr. Robert Stackpole, STD, continues his series on St. Faustina's confessor, Blessed Michael Sopocko. Read more.
Who does Advent in the Year of Faith offers a great chance for Catholic spiritual renewal? Read more.
Jesus urged St. Faustina, "Tell Me about everything, and know that this will give Me great joy." Read more.
Take any long hike through the hills and valleys of the countryside, and you will need refreshment along the way. Read more.
Let's consider these prophecies of St. Faustina that have proved true. Read more.
"If we search for the very first, deepest cause of despair, we always find a lack of trust in the Mercy of God." Read more.
Re-examine. Isolate. And compare. My, what wonderful results Fr. George Kosicki get when he studies the Diary and the Bible side by side. Read more.
Many people these days see their lives as little more than a seemingly endless string of frustrations. Time for a lesson from Blessed Michael Sopocko. Read more.
As a milestone for St. Faustina Maria Kowalska comes upon us, the Marians assess her legacy. Read more.
But why did God even bother with us? Saint Faustina's spiritual director explains. Read more.
Father Joseph Roesch, MIC, fields a question on the minds of many people just getting introduced to the message of The Divine Mercy. Read more.
View a video and read all about the historic day at the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy. Read more.
If we now have the Chaplet for the dying, do we really need to call a priest for the Sacrament of Anointing? Read more.
Mother uses simple acts to teach children about Divine Mercy.
Ten years after papal entrustment, the world needs Divine Mercy more than ever. Read more.
We celebrate the feast day of Saints Peter and Paul on June 29. What do they have to say about Divine Mercy? Read more.
Saint Teresa Benedita (Edith Stein) held Mary as the role model. Kind of reminds you of another Polish saint. Read more.
Praying the Divine Mercy Chaplet and seeing miracles! Read more.
In Mary, we see realized God's model for holiness, how the last shall be first. Read more.
She had the same disease as John Paul II. In his suffering she saw her future. But God had other plans. Read more.
The Flathead County sheriff called the Weavers on Monday, June 28, 2010, notifying them that a plane had gone missing. Read more.
A number of people write to me about struggles with same-sex attraction, or how to respond to family and friends who have "come out of the closet." Read more.
She told her beloved confrere to write the words "Jean Paul II." That's when things really got interesting. Read more.
"She had been carrying all that guilt and shame for 60 years, wondering if she could ever be forgiven by the God of love and mercy." Read more.
As we reflect on all that had occurred in Jerusalem back then, we begin to get an inkling of what that greeting meant: "Peace be with you." Read more.
"Mary, Mercy, and Souls" — not a bad way to kick off Divine Mercy Weekend. Read more.
In response to a letter from Colleen and Paul, here's a cautionary tale. Read more.
With the anniversary on May 1 of the beatification of Blessed John Paul II, let's take a look at the sister who experienced a miracle. Read more.
We've got things to show you — talks from Fr. Benedict Groeschel, Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Fr. Joe Roesch, and Fr. Michael Gaitley. Read more.
Their first Divine Mercy prayer service drew five people. Last year, the afternoon service hosted 400, a growth of 8,000 percent. Read more.
Almost two years ago, the Marian Fathers came to India. They had a dream, a hope, and lots of prayer. Today, they have a result. Read more.
Organizers are already gearing up for the third World Apostolic Congress on Mercy. View a video from the general secretary. Read more.
"God has acted in our lives. He sent St. Faustina to us, and we're responding to that." Read more.
Blessed Sopocko — confessor and spiritual director to St. Faustina. Saint Claude — confessor and spiritual director of St. Margaret Mary Alacoque. Hmm ... Read more.
Cheers from Afghanistan, to a ministry that knows coffee can be a key to evangelization on the front lines of war. Read more.
Marian Press has released the Beatification Edition of John Paul II: The Great Mercy Pope. The following is the foreward by the Very Rev. Kazimierz Chwalek. Read more.
The deadly typhoon has left thousands without shelter, food and water. The area hit hardest is Cagayan de Oro, home of the Marians' Divine Mercy mission. Read more.
Are you taking deep breaths and gathering yourself before the relatives gather for Christmas? One reader does, and Dr. Stackpole shares some thoughts. Read more.
Our Savior's example should motivate us to love without measure and to sacrifice ourselves for the sake of others. Read more.
One reader asks of "a mystery of which no one, not even the angels, may know." Let's investigate. Read more.
We begin a month of remembrance for Holy Souls in Purgatory. Do you know what to do for them? Read more.
One reader writes, "I know that our Lord has asked us to not be afraid, but that is easier said than done." Read more.
Questions are asked and conclusions drawn at the Marians' recent Divine Mercy conference. Read more.
How one parish uses an inheritance to insure its congregants be 'image' conscious. Read more.
After all, didn't she speak directly to Jesus? Read more.
One reader writes: "When I told my Protestant friend I was going to pray to St. Faustina for her, she told me not to bother." Read more.
Here's another example of how Jesus keeps His promises. Read more.
The Protestants say we are making all this up. Read more.
I've been turning to the dictionary and the Diary of St. Faustina to get a better understanding of the "t" word. Read more.
If you live long enough, I guess, you will eventually find every form of lunacy somewhere in print. Read more.
What can I say or do to help keep my child safe from that kind of darkness? Read more.
I've heard that St. Faustina was a prophet. What does this mean? Can you share some examples? Read more.
Two thoughts from the revelations of Jesus to St. Faustina seem to give us the answer to this question. Read more.
Network producers turn to the Marians' "surfer priest" in a special report on Marian apparitions. Read more.
I desire to have His love at work within me, transforming me. But I don't know how to go about it and I quickly get frustrated. Read more.
Read an excerpt from Divine Mercy, Triumph Over Cancer: A Guide for Patients, Survivors, and Their Caregivers (Marian Press). Read more.
The Holy Father presented Abraham from the Old Testament as a model of such prayer. Read more.
Thousands of people from around the world are making plans to attend the second World Apostolic Congress on Mercy in Krakow, Poland, on Oct. 1-5. Come and join us! Read more.
Read an excerpt from Divine Mercy, Triumph over Cancer: A Guide for Patients, Survivors, and Their Caregivers (Marian Press). Read more.
It was 70 years ago this month when a young Polish priest beat the odds and began to fulfill a promise he made to God.
The wife of an abusive husband pleads for prayers. Read more.
Tornados, a bridge collapse, a happy death, a client at Planned Parenthood. Connect the dots, and you have proof that Christ keeps His word with regard to the Chaplet. Read more.
Pain and suffering are universal experiences, says His Excellency the Most Rev. Zygmunt Zimowski, top Vatican prelate on healthcare issues. Archbishop Zimowski says the answer to dealing productively with these experiences can be found in God. Read more.
Before their very eyes, Marians' efforts are fulfilled on a beautiful day in St. Peter's Square. Read more.
Each of the more than 20,000 pilgrims who visited the National Shrine brought with them their own particular circumstances in life. Read more.
Discover what Divine Mercy Sunday is, how to prepare for it, and how to celebrate it. Read more.
He has risen. His Resurrection is for us. Read more.
Saint Faustina built on these great saints who had gone before her. But what is so special about the merciful way of St. Faustina? Read more.
Now here's an offer you may not be able to refuse: This summer, class will be in session. Take the Divine Mercy studies "Honors" program. Read more.
No idle chat, no wishful thinking, no time to waste. A signature event in the Bronx serves as marching orders. Read more.
Thousands have been killed or are missing. Hundreds of thousands have been displaced. Basic necessities are scarce. We need to help. Read more.
How a granddaughter's pure, innocent prayer life inspires and consoles. Read more.
What's the significance of the Image of The Divine Mercy? On this, the 80th anniversary of St. Faustina's revelation, let's hear from the experts. Read more.
The great Divine Mercy apostle Fr. George W. Kosicki, CSB, "interviews" St. Faustina about her sanctity and spiritual life. Read more.
Lila Rose (pictured above) has a big fan who plans to attend the Marians' 6th Annual Divine Mercy Conference on March 26, in Bronx, N.Y. Read more.
The feast day of St. Faustina's confessor and spiritual director Blessed Michael Sopocko is Feb. 15. Let's hear from him on that greatest virtue. Read more.
Note to self: Lent begins March 9. Don't forget. Read more.
It all started with a small prayer group. Now Eucharistic Apostles of The Divine Mercy is all over the world. Do you want to join in? Read more.
From his seminary days through the new millennium, he knew something profound had occurred in the life of a lowly, local nun. Read more.
A miracle through his intercession has been approved and the date set. So what's it all mean for the Church? Read more.
The Marians have stepped deeper into the digital age with a new, free Divine Mercy app for the iPhone. May the downloading begin! Read more.
One reader asks: "How can educated people today really hear the message of Divine Mercy ... if it is all tied up in knots with biblical and ecclesiastical fundamentalism?" Read more.
Our daily Advent meditations conclude on this, the birthday of our Savior! Read more.
Our daily Advent meditations continue with "A Remembrance of Midnight Mass." Read more.
Our daily Advent meditations continue with "The Mother of God Is Instructing Me." Read more.
Our daily Advent meditations continue with "To Be the Lord's Delight." Read more.
Our daily Advent meditations continue with "How Greatly God Loves Us." Read more.
Our daily Advent meditations continue with "I Suddenly Saw the Infant Jesus." Read more.
Our daily Advent meditations continue with "The Greatest Gift." Read more.
Our daily Advent meditations continue with "O Blessed Host." Read more.
Our Advent meditation series continues with "Small Suffering for a Great Cause." Read more.
Holy Father highlights "Mercy Sunday" and a passage from the Diary of St. Faustina on the "final coming." Read more.
Our daily Advent meditations continue with "What We Are Meant to Be." Read more.
Our daily Advent meditation series continues with "Who Needs a Messiah?" Read more.
Pray that the Lord inspire, challenge, and encourage Pope Benedict to make this bold proclamation now. Read more.
Our daily Advent meditations continue with "How to Fill the Gap." Read more.
Our daily Advent meditations continue with: "How Can I Forget?" Read more.
Our daily Advent meditations continue with "Poor, Yes, But Not Pitiful." Read more.
Our daily Advent meditations continue with "Just Trying to Get Through This Day in One Piece." Read more.
Our daily Advent meditations continue with "Suffering: What's the Use?" Read more.
Our daily Advent meditations continue with 'Your Words Are a Balm.' Read more.
Our daily Advent meditation continues with "Who Is Our Spiritual Blueprint?" ... Read more.
Our daily Advent series continues with 'hope amid the ruins.' Read more.
Read our daily Advent meditation based on the Diary of St. Faustina. Read more.
Read our daily Advent meditation based on the Diary of St. Faustina. Read more.
Read our daily Advent meditation based on the Diary of St. Faustina. Read more.
Read the next in our daily series of meditations leading up to Christmas Day. Read more.
The Diary of St. Faustina helps us grow in union with Christ. Read the next in our daily series of Advent meditations. Read more.
Our daily Advent meditations continue as we prepare our hearts for the coming of Jesus. Read more.
Read our daily Advent meditation drawn from the Diary of St. Faustina. Read more.
Read our daily Advent meditation based on the Diary of St. Faustina. Read more.
Father Seraphim helped secure Faustina's sainthood. But it's not about him, so don't ask. Read more.
Read our daily Advent meditations that draw on the Diary of St. Faustina. Read more.
One reader finds Catholic imagery "rather disconcerting." But Dr. Robert Stackpole explains what the pain is all about. Read more.
Dr. Stackpole tackles misunderstandings about the Church's official stance toward St. Faustina's revelations. Read more.
It's semantics. It's spiritual. It's very important. Read more.
She waited for God to select the right time for her to pray the Chaplet of The Divine Mercy.
Say you form an impressive advisory board dedicated to the study and evangelization of Divine Mercy — then what? Read more.
They are red and pale. Why? They come from Christ's Heart. Why? Our readers want to know. Read more.
The Shrine's St. Faustina Day celebration was capped off with a question-and-answer session featuring a panel of experts.
A "new splendor for the Church." That's what St. Faustina predicted. Despite treacherous turns and difficult roadblocks, here's how her prophecy proved true. Read more.
A Carmelite named Mellie sent me a question that is certainly refreshing for its honesty. Read more.
"Each man, no matter how sinful and flawed, has a final purpose and call to salvation ..." writes the Most Rev. Robert W. Finn. Read more.
Even with good nourishment, we cannot become healthy until the poison has been removed from the body.
What did an essayist write about the Divine Mercy message and devotion? Here it is, and here are the many reasons why he's wrong. Read more.
A multimedia breakdown for Mother of Mercy Messengers. But the show goes on! Read more.
If the Chaplet of The Divine Mercy is such a "powerful" prayer, what are we doing wrong? Read more.
Dr. Robert Stackpole clarifies a couple questions regarding the powerful intercessory prayer given to St. Faustina. Read more.
When the world caves in around us, how do we trust? Try the Heart of Jesus. Read more.
What did St. Faustina mean by the "burning" and "glowing center of love" in the Holy Trinity? Read more.
How has God revealed Himself through the ancient people of Israel, through Jesus Christ, and through His Church? Read more.
Read an excerpt from the new book Faustina, Saint For Our Times: A Personal Look at Her Life, Spirituality, and Legacy. Read more.
Many readers have asked: When St. Faustina writes about the Holy Trinity, how can I come to understand what in the world she is talking about? Read more.
A tragedy at Virginia Tech upends a family, but it was Christ's mercy that can claim the victory. Read more.
One reader raises the question: Is the Feast of Mercy really 'the last hope' for humanity? Read more.
Tom asks: "Do you have any insight on why St. Faustina many times refers to herself as a miserable soul?" Read more.
I've had a number of excellent questions pour in, all in response to my series. I will try to answer some of the toughest ones. Read more.
A lot, if you happen to be named "Helena" or, say, "Faustina." Let's just say the Lord's inspiration must have been at work. Read more.
How did her life, mission, and spirituality blend elements of two Church traditions? Read an excerpt from the new book Faustina, Saint For Our Times. Read more.
Q&A: One reader frets about a particular sin Jesus speaks of in the Bible. "... I feel like God has abandoned me," he writes, "and I can't shake that feeling ..." Read more.
How the message and devotion have brought unity to a parish, in a diocese entrusted to Divine Mercy. Read more.
A meeting of the minds in Vienna. The plans ahead for the historic spread of mercy around the world. Read more.
Robert Stackpole answers more Divine Mercy questions, this time from our readers Cheryl and Francis. Read more.
It took but a moment to profess his perpetual vows. But that moment marks an eternity of consequence. Read more.
For their ministry, to be credible at the altar and in the confessional, priests must turn to God's mercy in their own lives. Read more.
The attendees of the Healthcare Professionals for Divine Mercy conference are unlike any other. Here's why. Read more.
An amazing line-up of healthcare professionals gathered to talk shop and glorify Jesus. Believe it: Their expertise is cutting-edge. Read more.
How did one broker, speeding down Wall Street in pursuit of material wealth, experience a radical redirection? Read more.
In one part of the Diary of St. Faustina Jesus tells Faustina she must not leave her convent. But later on Faustina contemplates leaving her order to start a new one. So what was Jesus up to, anyway? Read more.
He believed all this devotion to Mary was a bunch of hokum. Then he stepped through St. Joseph's Gate in Lourdes, France, and everything changed. Read more.
The answer is simple: Through the message of Divine Mercy, our Lord is preparing us for His final coming. Read more.
On the tenth anniversary of St. Faustina's canonization, here are personal memories of the saint from a fellow religious who knew her. Read more.
Pope John Paul II, a great promoter of Divine Mercy, gave a beautiful testament to the importance of St. Faustina for the world today. Read his canonization homily. Read more.
From the archives: Our report from Rome at the canonization of St. Faustina. Also, the Holy Father's big surprise for Divine Mercy apostles. Read more.
What's the story of the healing that became the canonization miracle for St. Maria Faustina? Here it is! Read more.
Think about it: A hundred kids commit suicide each week. This is an epidemic. This is a symptom of the culture of despair. So now what? Read more.
Invoking God's mercy and calling for a spirit of penance, conversion, and reconciliation, Pope Benedict XVI speaks out. Read more.
I soon found out. Jesus was leading us to the message of The Divine Mercy. And it couldn't have come at a more opportune time.
From near and far, pilgrims attended the annual Divine Mercy Sunday celebration at the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy. Read more.
Have you fought the good fight lately with the "armor of light" — the "armor of God's merciful love"?
Dr. Stackpole unpacks the meaning of Christ's promise of extraordinary graces on Divine Mercy Sunday Read more.
"How can you not believe in God after reading her book and listening to her speak?" Read more.
Hosted by the Marians, the conference featured speakers whose witnesses intertwined modern struggles with eternal truths to form a hardwearing lifeline to the merciful Lord.
If you are focused, does that mean the difficulties will go away? Of course not. It means we are not alone, and that Jesus and Our Lady are walking with us. Read more.
Dear Mike, I certainly appreciate your compassion for those in hell. No doubt, our Savior, in one sense, shares it. But ... Read more.
Mercy and Hell don't mix. Or do they? Dr. Stackpole shows that God's merciful love and the eternal loss of those who refuse it are not incompatible truths. Read more.
No matter how many distortions the Father of Lies tries to feed us, our final conversation will be with Truth and Love. Read more.
It's certainly been a year of hardship for many. But 2009 has also been a year of mercy. We can prove it! Read more.
One reader asks: "What about occultists (especially Satanists) who blatantly proclaim hatred of God and worship Satan Himself?" Read more.
She used to shun the season out of fear of His judgment. He used to reject anyone's attempt to speak with certainly about the "All in all." Read what happened next. Read more.
The following is the homily delivered by Fr. S. Seraphim Michalenko, MIC, during the Holy Mass that closed the first North American Congress on Mercy on Nov. 15. Read more.
"Jesus Himself calls us to deeds of mercy, by words and by prayers," Cardinal Schönborn writes in a letter to mercy congress planners and participants. Read more.
The centerpieces to congress include the importance of trust, works of mercy, and the message of The Divine Mercy for our times. Read more.
While it was a difficult time, I look back and realize that it was one of the best things that happened to me. Read more.
Our world is "the slop," says Mercy Congress speaker Dr. John Bruchalski. "When you're in the slop," he says, "you need hope." And that's where mercy comes in. Read more.
"Mercy: Our Hope" is not only the theme for the upcoming Mercy Congress, but also the guiding truth for the modern mercy movement. Read more.
A woman named Angela recently wrote to me asking a question I have received several times before, but always hesitated to try to answer. Read more.
How are we to understand the Trinity? Maybe we need a little 3-in-One oil. Read more.
Why is our Lord attempting to focus the Church's attention upon the truths of His holy priesthood? Read more.
How do I know for sure what Jesus is calling me to do? Read more.
There cannot be a more innocent and helpless form of human life then an unborn child in the first home of the human race: a mother's womb. Read more.
There are no "throw-away" human beings. People are not reducible to "things," merely "useful" or "useless" to our relatives, to the economy, to the government, or even to ourselves. Read more.
Works of mercy can be directed not only toward the needs of the body, but the needs of the soul as well. Read more.
Centered on the Merciful Heart of Jesus, we are to let His merciful love flow through our hearts toward anyone in need whom we meet along life's way.
Jesus Christ sees the needs, sufferings, and sorrows of every heart. But in order to reach out and help them, He asks the members of His Body on earth — the Church — to be His hands, His feet, and His voice. Read more.
In your eagerness to change the world for Christ, you can easily miss the will of His Heavenly Father. Read more.
Finally we've reached it, the beginning of our spiritual journey! Read more.
This is the easy part. Read more.
To make a real difference in this world as a disciple of Christ does not necessarily mean you have to do more. Read more.
In order to help make the world a better place, by Christ and with Christ, we have to start by changing ourselves. Here's one sure-fire way to do that. Read more.
The following is part 3 of a 14-part series to help inspire parish cenacle or study groups who are looking for ways to make a difference in this troubled world. Read more.
To make a difference in this world, the first thing you have to realize is that you are totally incapable of doing it by your own human efforts. Read more.
Even the problems in our own families, in our neighborhoods, or at our jobs seem beyond our capacities to put right. So now what? Read more.
Three things must be done to engrave Christ's mercy on our hearts. What are they? Read more.
Rick hopes that by attending NACOM, he can share God's mercy with others "so mercy can be put into action." Read more.
With the ongoing challenge of globalization and the severe worldwide recession as a backdrop, Pope Benedict XVI issued his third encyclical on July 7. Read more.
One of the main issues that divided Catholics from Protestants at the time of the Protestant Reformation was the doctrine of salvation. What's the disagreement? Read more.
"Trust is the essential aspect in courage required to spread the Word of God," Dr. Bryan Thatcher said. Read more.
David Came, author of the new book Pope Benedict's Divine Mercy Mandate, was the guest on Fr. Benedict Groeschel's "Sunday Night LIVE." Read more.
At every stop of this mission, the clergy speaks of the coming election. It could sow the seeds of stability. Or it could cause hell to break lose once again Read more.
Given the world economic downturn that we are all facing this year, the question I received a few weeks ago is likely to be on a lot of people's minds these days: Read more.
It originated from a vision. But what does the image of The Divine Mercy mean for us all? Read more.
The Sacred Scriptures show clearly that mercy is the greatest "relative" characteristic of God. Read more.
Christ once lamented to St. Faustina how so many people don't seem to understand the Eucharist. Maybe this will shed some light. Read more.
Here is a Mother's Day challenge for you. Think a little bit about mother's milk, which is miraculous. Read more.
"Medicine, Bioethics, and Spirituality" attracted a capacity crowd of 300-plus to the 5th Annual Healthcare Professionals for Divine Mercy conference. Read more.
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. Read more.
With stirring words, the Pope summed up our call to engage in a "peaceful battle" of "justice and truth, mercy, forgiveness, and love." Read more.
Part one in a series on the works of mercy. Read more.
What is the difference between the special graces promised by Jesus for devout communicants on Divine Mercy Sunday, and the plenary indulgence for Divine Mercy Sunday devotions that was instituted several years ago by Pope John Paul II? Read more.
"The danger, the violence, the tragic events have increased tremendously. People are frightened," said Fr. Eduardo Ortega. Read more.
After seeing Jesus die on the cross, she finally sees peace in her precious Son's face again. Read more.
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. Read more.
Pope Benedict is carrying on, even solidifying, the Divine Mercy legacy of his predecessor, John Paul II. Read more.
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. Read more.
Here it is: Everything you've wanted to know about Divine Mercy Sunday. Read more.
An ancient Christian writer wrote that, "Of all divine things, the most divine is to share with God in the saving of souls."
Vatican spokesman Fr. Federico Lombardi characterized it as an "unusual document worthy of great attention." Read more.
It was one of those news stories that made you stop, gulp hard, and wonder darkly what the world was coming to. Read more.
At the fourth annual Divine Mercy Conference, Divine Mercy experts proclaim the Good News. But they don't mince words. Read more.
I have the pleasure of knowing a woman who is a saint in the making. She's my daughter. Read more.
You are hereby invited to attend the 4th Annual Divine Mercy Conference on Saturday, March 7, in New York City. Read more.
We are pleased to introduce a 14-part series to help inspire parish cenacle or study groups this coming Lent. Read more.
Do we have eyes to see those who are in need in our neighborhoods, parishes, and places of work? Or are we literally passing them by? Read more.
As the plane was going down, he thought about God, about death, about trust, about an extraordinary promise made by Jesus that he read the previous day in that booklet.
Pope Benedict's Divine Mercy Mandate, which was just released by Marian Press, had its beginning as a hunch. Read more.
I shut God out before I could be rejected by Him. Then, Divine Mercy taught me the true nature of God. Read more.
Saint Stan's is more than a footnote in the Divine Mercy movement. What role did it play? Read more.
As we prepare for the great Feast of the Nativity this year, let's try to remember what the real feast spread out before us is. Read more.
In this Christmas season, unite your heart to Jesus through His words to St. Faustina. The following excerpt from the Marians' new daily devotional can serve as your guide. Read more.
What truth did St. Faustina have dramatically impressed upon her soul immediately after receiving the Blessed Sacrament? Read more.
I received a letter recently from a fellow who finds himself in a predicament. Read more.
The Immaculate Conception is a gift solely dependent upon Divine Mercy. Read more.
Around the world, people are talking about Divine Mercy now more than ever. There's a good reason for that. Read more.
Listen to a radio interview with Divine Mercy expert Dr. Robert Stackpole, STD. Read more.
It was probably only a matter of time before Girl Scouts discovered the message of Divine Mercy. Read more.
I believe that we need to cling to Our Lady, to trust in her Son more strongly now than ever, and pray for our new president. Read more.
Here's a question that I know bugs a lot of Catholics these days, and I'm glad that one of our readers expressed it so well. Read more.
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. Read more.
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. Read more.
The many things Robert and Jean Heim have in common. Read more.
I had forgotten all about her, a lonely woman who had called asking for help I could give — except to commend her to God. Read more.
In many situations, the possibilities for action seem endless. Usually, we can choose only one course of action, though. How do we know which choice is aligned to "God's will" for our lives? Read more.
Read an excerpt from Fr. Donald Calloway's new book! Read more.
As his budget would dictate, he had the choice between commissioning a 25-feet-tall, 4-ton statue of The Divine Mercy or an in-ground swimming pool. Read more.
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. Read more.
Dr. Stackpole finishes his three-part series on the light that the Catholic faith and Divine Mercy can shed on the urgent moral issues of the upcoming election. Read more.
Father Donald Calloway, MIC, discusses his new book on the Blessed Virgin Mary's profound influence on the life and spirituality of St. Faustina. Read more.
It's not surprising that many young Catholics today are inspired by St. Faustina. (She was a non-conformist.) Read more.
Hey, that's not the finish line! That's just the starting gate! Read more.
He kept a diary in the hospital, and his last entry, on July 25, 1945, ended with "Bless my enemies, too, O Lord." Read more.
At first, it was the doctrine of the papacy that really stood in the way of me becoming Catholic. Read more.
Just because God seems far away doesn't mean He is. In fact, He may be nearer than you think. Read more.
His Apostolic letters are an exhortation to practice mercy. Read more.
Is the Chaplet of The Divine Mercy an example of morose, medieval spirituality? On the contrary! Read more.
At first, it just seemed like another sad news story. But curiously, the camera kept lingering back to the image of The Divine Mercy. Read more.
When you really understand your created dignity and supernatural destiny, it can keep you from wandering down many false and destructive pathways. Read more.
They don't mince words — about hell, about Satan, about the temptations of sex and substance abuse, about Christ's call to holiness, and the power of prayer. Read more.
A dashboard-mounted global positioning system continually marks their place on the map. The words "Jesus, I trust in You" continually marks their place in eternity. Read more.
When you've traveled more than 250,000 miles in nine years bringing Divine Mercy to the people of God, some signs can begin to sound prophetic. Read more.
Several questions come in about what we mean by the word "soul." Read more.
Meet the Digans, who experienced a miracle that led to the beatification of St. Faustina. Read more.
Overflow crowd experiences 'a piece of Heaven on Earth.' Read more.
Through St. Maria Faustina, Jesus shows us how to prepare for the day of justice. Read more.
Why was Jesus so insistent with St. Faustina regarding recommended reading? Read more.
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 ... Read more.
He heard a call from Our Lady to build a Sanctuary of The Divine Mercy. Now its "jewel" will be unveiled. Read more.
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. Read more.
Dr. Scot Bateman gives the keynote address for the final day of the 4th Annual Healthcare Professionals for Divine Mercy Conference. Read more.
Christ's Ascension marks the coming of age for those who call themselves His followers. Read more.
All of our imperfections and our battles to grow closer to God at times make us wonder if we are making any spiritual progress. Read more.
Mary's perfect openness to God "freed" God to work powerfully in her life. Read more.
There will be another World Mercy Congress! See additional plans. Read More.
Read how Congress attendees now plan to live the message of Divine Mercy.
The Holy Father opens the first-ever World Apostolic Congress on Mercy.
Also, The work of the congress begins with the first conference.
Mercy is the "common language" that will advance interreligious dialogue, Cardinal says on Day Two of the World Apostolic Congress on Mercy in Rome. Read more.
Attention readers: Our website, thedivinemercy.org, will provide full coverage of the first-ever World Apostolic Congress on Mercy, which begins in Rome Wednesday, April 2. Read more.
The half-hour shows are now airing weekly on EWTN on Mondays at 2:30 p.m. (EST) and Saturdays at 6:30 a.m. (EST). Read more.
The heart of the connection between Divine Mercy and — yes — human sexuality is Pope John Paul II's stunning definition of love as "self-gift." Read more.
In refusing to forgive ourselves, we put ourselves above God. Read more.
This image has become a source of amazing graces for souls who trust in Jesus by venerating or honoring it. Read more.
I got goose bumps all over when I noticed that on the memorial card was the image of The Divine Mercy! Read more.
"The purpose of this Congress is to study, to reflect on, to celebrate the message and the reality of the richness and power of God's mercy," said His Excellency, Bishop William E. Lori. Read more.
The following is the third part in the series, "Reconciliation: the Sacrament of Mercy and Healing." Read more.
Cardinal Christoph Schönborn made it clear that the legacies of Pope John Paul II and St. Faustina were central to the historic gathering. Read more.
An interview with Dr. Robert Stackpole, whose new book, Divine Mercy: A Guide from Genesis to Benedict XVI, takes the big perspective on mercy. Read more.
Today, we begin the first in an occasional series that shares recent correspondence from people who have turned to the Marians' Divine Mercy Intercessory Prayerline. Hint: Prayer works! Read more.
The all-day gathering will have the theme "Healing and Forgiveness Through God's Mercy." Read more.
Saint Paul writes, "Put on the armor of God so that you may be able to stand firm against the tactics of the devil." Read more.
"Then He smiled at me ... me and my drum." We, too, can trust Baby Jesus to smile at every gift we bring to Him. Read more.
Our Lord came as a child because, by being human like us, He could begin to take on Himself the whole experience of our human condition, except for sin. Read more.
If the World Apostolic Congress on Mercy succeeds, humanity will eventually undergo a radical change for the good. Read more.
The topic: arguably the most exciting news story involving the Divine Mercy movement since the canonization of St. Faustina in 2000.
"Great ... a statue ... so what?" you ask. If you have a devotion to The Divine Mercy, so everything! Read more.
Use St. Faustina's Diary to find prayers for the Hour of Great Mercy, to thank God, to honor Our Lady, and for the grace to be merciful. Read more.
Christ begs us to ask for His mercy on the whole world by pausing at the 3 o'clock hour — the hour that recalls His death on the cross. Read more.
There's an important ingredient to the Divine Mercy message besides placing the Image in our homes, praying the Chaplet, and celebrating Divine Mercy Sunday. Putting mercy into action is not just an option — it's a requirement! Read more.
When it comes to the essentials, it's OK to be a "block head." We can call to mind the message of Divine Mercy simply by remembering our ABCs. Read more.