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Two Marian brothers reach 'the last step': perpetual profession

The perpetual profession of vows, also known as making perpetual or final vows, is the last step in joining a religious congregation. Two Marian brothers will take that "last step" on Aug. 13 with the Marians: Br. Jason Lewis, MIC, and Br. Ruben Veloz, MIC.

Marian Fathers announce change in leadership of the Province in the U.S.A.

Effective July 29, 2022, Fr. Chris Alar, MIC, succeeds Fr. Kazimierz Chwalek, MIC, as Provincial Superior of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of Mercy Province in the United States, which is headquartered at the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy.

A Marian on Mary's Immaculate Heart

By doing as Our Lady asks, we can help take these thorns out of her Immaculate Heart and assist her in bringing into the world what it most desperately needs: Jesus, the Divine Mercy.

The Marians' Big Sister

Marlene Schlecht from Kenosha, Wisconsin, passed away at the age of 64. She was a long-time Marian Helper, and a dedicated and devoted supporter of the Marian Fathers.

New assignment for Fr. Michael Gaitley, MIC, announced

Fr. Gaitley will be entering parish ministry in Wisconsin.

The Church Building: An Icon of Mary

Brother Stephen J.'s recommendation for the best way to celebrate the Feast of Mary, Mother of the Church on Jun. 6, is this: Begin your 33-day preparation to consecrate yourself to Mary, or renew that consecration with some special act of devotion.

Our Lady, Queen of May

A Marian writes of the Blessed Mother, to whose service he has dedicated his life.

A Model of Mercy

Today the Church honors St. Stanislaus Papczynski, the founder of the Marians. What do he and St. Faustina have in common? A lot!

Jesus, Really Present in the Eucharist

The Creator, our Savior, awaits us in the tabernacle in every parish in the world. Do we love Him there? Do we visit Him there? Father Andy Davy, MIC, summons us to love the Eucharistic Lord in this latest poem.

Of Toddlers and Trust

"Amen, I say to you, unless you turn and become like children, you will not enter the kingdom of heaven" (Mt 18:3). Father Andy Davy, MIC, explores that insight in his latest poem.

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