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Not that 'Confessor'

Why is the Blessed Virgin Mary known as Queen of Confessors? Queen of Virgins? Find out from Fr. Donald Calloway, MIC, as he continues to unpack the Litany of Loreto. Read more.

Not that 'Confessor'

Why is the Blessed Virgin Mary known as Queen of Confessors? Queen of Virgins? Find out from Fr. Donald Calloway, MIC, as he continues to unpack the Litany of Loreto.


Praying up a Storm

Though Gina Loehr of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, was always a devout Catholic, she never really understood devotion to the Blessed Mother. Then she went on a pilgrimage to Fatima.


Drawing From Our Lady

For a while, artist Mallory Hurley of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, didn't paint. Then the Blessed Virgin Mary intervened, giving her the spark that set in motion Mallory's career in painting holy images.


Rosary Beads for Those in Need

Crafting your own Rosaries is fun, cheap, and easy, according to one Rosary warrior, David Samsell, of Moscow, Pennsylvania. He has made almost 40,000 Rosaries and will likely inspire you to want to make your own, too.


The Blessed Virgin Mary, Apostle and Martyr

Mary wasn't one of the Twelve Apostles. Nor was she martyred. So why does she deserve the titles Queen of Apostles and Queen of Martyrs?


Humble Models of Faith and Devotion

Between stitching quilts, crafting Rosaries, dancing the polka, and picking carrots fresh from the garden, as a little girl, Anne Gardon of Peshtigo, Wisconsin, learned from her aunt and uncle the valuable gift of faith.


The Feast of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary

I would find myself struggling to persevere in the very prayer that had helped me to receive so many graces.


Venerable Servant of God Fr. Casimir Wyszynski Hears Our Prayers


Angels, Patriarchs, and Prophets

What does Scripture say about St. Michael in relation to the Blessed Virgin Mary? How did a young Jewish girl from Nazareth become the Queen of Angels, Queen of Patriarchs, and Queen Prophets? Father Donald Calloway, MIC, explains.


'In the Middle of Her Wounds'

Theresa Bonapartis helped develop a ministry for women healing from abortion called "Entering Canaan." Learn about the inexplicable details that led her to call Our Lady of Czestochowa, also known as the Black Madonna, the patroness of her ministry


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