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2018 Diaconate Ordination Highlights

Check out a video of the homily of His Excellency Bishop Roy Campbell and highlights from the Holy Mass of Ordination for Deacon Matt Holladay, MIC, and Deacon Michael Baker, MIC.

They Come to Serve! Meet the Marians' Two New Deacons

On Saturday, Sept. 1, in the Crypt Church of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C., two Marian seminarians were ordained to the transitional diaconate. Meet Deacon Matt Holladay, MIC, and Deacon Michael Baker, MIC!

Meet Br. Jarryd, MIC

Brother Jarryd, MIC, is spending a year teaching at Marianapolis Preparatory School in Thompson, Connecticut. Here he shares what it's like to answer God's call.

Meet Br. David, MIC

Brother David, MIC, is currently studying in Washington, D.C. Learn more about him!

Amidst Church Scandals, What Do We Do Now?

One reader writes: "If the devil can attack our priests and lessen faith in the hierarchy, then the Church becomes weak. How can we join together in prayer for this nightmare to be resolved?" Here's our response:

Meet Br. Christopher, MIC

We continue our "meet a Marian seminarian" series by introducing you to Br. Christopher, MIC, who professed his perpetual vows in the Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception in 2016.

Psychiatric Nurse Joins Marian Fathers

Find out how Brother John Luth, MIC, followed a call to become a psychiatric nurse, and then realized his calling to the Marian Fathers, with whom he administers the medicine of Divine Mercy

Call Them 'Brothers'!

"My heart is so filled with gratitude to God," said the Very Rev. Fr. Kazimierz Chwalek, MIC.

Why is Fatima Relevant Today?

On the last day of the Marian seminarians' annual retreat, Dr. Ralph Martin gave a talk on the important message of Fatima to the seminarians and all of the employees of the Association of Marian Helpers. Watch the full talk here!

Ask a Marian, August 2018

Does suffering from depression mean you have to suffer for souls and in reparation for sin? Would you be forgiven for walking away from a family member who is pushing you away? The Marian Fathers answer these difficult questions.

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