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Footsteps to Mercy: Feb. 15

Why should we unite our trials to Jesus' suffering on the Cross?


Footsteps to Mercy: Feb. 14 (Ash Wednesday)

Lent is meant to be more than a routine.


Valentine's Day is Ash Wednesday. What to Make of That?

This year, Lent begins on Valentine's Day.



When faced with a difficult decision, we need to ask ourselves this simple question ...


Models of Mercy: Saint Josephine Bakhita

On Feb. 8, we celebrate the feast day of St. Josephine Bakhita.


Ask Fr. Thaddaeus

Father Thaddaeus answers your questions about the faith.


Evangelize This Way

In the readings for this Sunday, St. Paul reveals the method he used to bring the most amount of people he could to Christ.


Ask Fr. Thaddaeus

Where should a church place the Divine Mercy Image? Father Thaddaeus answers this and other questions for you.


The Secret of Lent

Learn from St. Faustina to live Lent in a simple but holy way.


Celibacy: It Terrifies Satan

Find out what Scripture has to say about celibacy and how the presence of Christ in the ordained can help drive out demons.


Prayers Work!

He led us in the Chaplet. So when Michael Bethea became critically ill, we prayed it for him.


Models of Mercy — St. Marianne Cope

Though born in Germany, St. Marianne Cope is better known for her work on Molokai. Her feast is celebrated Jan. 23.


'Time Is Running Out'

The readings for the third Sunday in ordinary time remind us that though our lives are short, the Gospel is eternal.


Divine Mercy for America

Find out why Divine Mercy is Heaven's response to the culture of death.


'Will You Help Me?'

"Why couldn't we use our industrial sewing machines to do some good for others?" Thus, it began.

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