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'I Know at the End There is a Purpose'

At a Marian parish in Illinois, one family shows what it means to suffer — and what it means to trust.

 

A Holy Land Pilgrimage: Pt. 1 — Where the Word Became Flesh

Join us on an eight-part series on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land. Today we begin part one: from Caesarea to Mt. Carmel and finishing in Nazareth, where the Word became flesh.

 

The Christmas Cards You Send to Us

They're appreciated. They get read. And there's more. See what happens to the cards you send to Fr. Joseph, MIC.

 

An Attitude of Gratitude

Are you grateful? For St. Faustina, every day was "Thanksgiving Day."

 

Let's Unmask the Real Halloween

If costuming your children as witches, ghosts, or demons concerns you, fine — exorcise the demons from the wardrobe!

 

Guardians Dear

The more we invite our guardian angels to act in our lives, the more freedom they have to maneuver.

 

Marians Honor Oscar Delgado

One lottery ticket and a sign from God in a devotional booklet launched Oscar Delgado's Divine Mercy mission.

 

Meet Mary's Servants of Mercy

Donna's Bible study group had been meeting together for two years. Then, they needed something new.

 

'I Love St. Faustina!'

His health made no sense scientifically. Victor knew it was the intercession of St. Faustina.

 

Meet Rick and Sophia

Sophia had been an agnostic since she was 14 years old. At 72, Rick led her to Christ, who forgave her past and brought her into the Catholic faith.

 

Elimu Means 'Education' — and That's Just the Beginning

Brother Alex Chung, MIC, and his sister, Nina Chung, both understand something about living merciful lives. For Nina, her charitable work in education overseas is changing lives.

 

Rosary: 'The Chain of Hope'

A Marian Helper shares how she returned to praying the Rosary.

 

It's Never Too Late

At 72, Jo didn't expect a new calling.

 

On Stepping Out of the Boat

"Our Church leaders have been saying that, as Catholics, we need to be prepared to put out into the deep and to step out of the boat ..."

 

'I Leave It in His Hands'

A mother tries to make sense of the death of her daughter, a victim of cyberbullying.

 
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