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Father Dan Cracks the Case

Bunnies, eggs, candy, oh my! Watch Fr. Dan Cambra, MIC, make sense of all this.

Vocation Engineered by God

Like many young people, when Ryan Asensio of Lisle, Illinois, went away to college, he stopped practicing his Catholic faith. "For a time, I was searching. But basically, for about four or five years, I was doing nothing to help my faith," Ryan said.

Rest in Peace, Fr. Seraphim Michalenko, MIC (1930-2021)

The man who smuggled photographic images of the pages of St. Faustina's Diary out of Communist-occupied Poland in the 1970s and later documented her beatification and canonization miracles — died Thursday, Feb. 11, from illness related to COVID-19.

This One Is Going To Be A Priest

Brother Nicholas, MIC, of South Brunswick, New Jersey, has an older sister who had always reminded him that he was going to become a priest one day.

Let's Go to St. Joseph!

How does this sound: The largest spiritual consecration in history? What an incredible opportunity! So let's do it.

Perpetually Professed

With great joy and profound thanksgiving to God, the Marian Fathers gathered for the Mass of Perpetual Vows of two men who get things done.

Pope Declares 'Year of St. Joseph'

The decision brings huge momentum to the Marian Fathers' yearlong effort promoting consecration to St. Joseph.

A Thanksgiving Prayer

"I desire that my whole life be but one act of thanksgiving to You, O God."

Look What We Found in Our Archives

The arrow points to a young priest — none other than Blessed Michael Sopocko (1888-1975).

Something is Up

Against the backdrop of a worldwide pandemic, crisis in the Church, political and economic uncertainty, and cultural upheaval, something extraordinary is underway, and it has to do with St. Joseph.

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