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Divine Mercy

July Fourth 2020 - May We Revive Our 'Flagging' Faith

We need an antidote to worrisome and wearisome times. And this is it.

Purgatory Isn't a Day at the Beach

Ah, summertime, and the living is easy. Vacation. A few days at the beach. An afternoon picnic. And ... prayers for the suffering souls in Purgatory? Absolutely! No week or two off for them. Here are some summertime tips from acclaimed writer Susan Tassone.

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Mary Immaculate

Saint Joseph: a Brush with the Real Man

Did you know that Fr. Donald Calloway, MIC, commissioned several artists from around the world to paint original images of St. Joseph based on his book Consecration to St. Joseph: The Wonders of Our Spiritual Father? Learn what went into making the artwork a reality.

It's All Connected

The Solemnity of the Assumption of Mary gives us trust in mercy and hope for eternity

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Marian Helpers

As He Lay Dying

This is one in a series of testimonies from our readers who share their stories on the power of the Chaplet of Divine Mercy.

Ed Gordon's Long Journey Back

My parents dragged me to church. I didn't want to be there, and as soon as I moved out of the house, church attendance would not be on my priority list.

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The Marians

Farewell to a Friend in Fatima

When Marian Press began work on a book on Fatima in 2017, Sr. Marta was a huge help. This past Feast of Our Lady of Fatima, she suffered a brain hemorrhage. May her soul rest in peace

A Saint for These Times

Looking for a patron saint for those sick and hospitalized with COVID-19? 

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