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A Mission to Native Americans

When treaties were not honored between whites and Native Americans during the Europeans' westward expansion, it was the whites reneging, not the natives.

A Life of Love

Deacon Thaddaeus shares about his formation and sends a message to everyone who supported him along the way.

Fr. Joseph, MIC, Likes It!

Faustina: Messenger of Divine Mercy "brought the Diary to life."

Jesus Poses the Toughest of Challenges

Did you happen to catch 9/11's Gospel reading? The Holy Spirit is at work.

One Hundred Years of Gratitude

It was in August 1913 that the Marians established a permanent presence in the United States. What a time it has been!

Three Men Profess First Vows

Welcome, to the Marians, Brothers Sean, Charley, and Matthew!

Father Chris Alar, MIC, Takes Over Directorship

The new "Fr. Joseph, MIC," Fr. Chris Alar, MIC, shares his plans — and the special role Marian Helpers can play.

Called By Mary

As he prepares for his final vows, this Marian seminarian shares his story.

Marian Priests to the End

They knew they would die, but they stayed with their flock anyway. Today is the feast day of the Marian Martyrs.

The Pressure's On

An interview with Fr. Michael Gaitley, MIC, whose new book focuses on the very thing upon which our salvation hinges.

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