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Rest in Peace, Br. Leonard Konopka, MIC (1933-2020)

"Service is what I came here for, to be like our Lord," he would say.

Vocation Orchestrated by God

Before JP met with the vocation director of the Marian Fathers, he went before the Lord in Eucharistic Adoration. What JP heard the Lord say to him convinced him that he needed to join the Marians.

A Miracle-Working Saint for the Present Pandemic

We have a patron saint for those sick and hospitalized with COVID-19.

Go to St. Joseph!

Watch the homily of Fr. Donald Calloway, MIC, from EWTN on Feb. 12.

Two Men Profess First Vows

Just two hours before kick-off of Super Bowl LIV on Sunday evening, the Marian Fathers celebrated a different sort of game plan.

350 Years!

The Marian Fathers' Jubilee will include a pilgrimage, events, and indulgences.

We Stand with Christ for Life

The theme for this year's March for Life was "Life Empowers: Pro-Life is Pro-Woman," in honor of the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment, securing women's right to vote.

Rest in Peace, Fr. Casimir Krzyzynowski

A former prisoner of war during World War II, he is remembered for his faith, his discipline, and as a walking and talking storehouse of Marian history and spirituality.

'A Servant,' in Imitation of Christ

"I got here because of Him," said Deacon David, "so I can continue to rely on Jesus going forward."

Diocesan Priest Becomes a Marian Father

On Oct. 19, 2019, Fr. David Gunter, MIC, professed perpetual vows to the Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception. Why was his call to the Marians so unordinary?

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