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It's November. You Are Called to a Work of Mercy.

We begin a month of remembrance for Holy Souls in Purgatory. Do you know what to do for them?

 

Happy Birthday, St. Faustina!

On Aug. 25, we mark the birthday of Helen Kowalska. Let's take a look at how nature needs nurture.

 

After Suicide Bookmark Brief on EWTN

Father Chris Alar, MIC, was recently on EWTN to share about his upcoming book. Check out this short video to learn more.

 

July 24: Feast of St. Charbel

In the early 19th century, high in the mountains of Lebanon, Youssef Makhlouf gave his life to Christ in a radical way.

 

Chaplet Calms Early-Onset Alzheimer's Patient

Her husband's diagnosis of early-onset Alzheimer's blindsided her family. Then, Denise came upon something profound that "melted" her heart.

 

Faustina the Poet

We continue in this month of July reflect on this poem written by St. Faustina in which she encourages us to trust in Jesus more and more.

 

One Reader Writes ...

"I am not a Catholic, so if you want to just delete this email, it is OK. ..."

 

July Fourth 2019 - May We Revive Our 'Flagging' Faith

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

 

A Heart-Felt Devotion

On the Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, we need to be open to love of God and neighbor — that is, to mercy.

 

Comparing or Bearing the Cross

Do you frequently compare yourself to other people? If you want to find peace, try doing this instead.

 

Wisdom for this Month from St. Faustina

In June we celebrate the Solemnity of Corpus Christi. Saint Faustina made an entry in her Diary on this solemnity 82 years ago, and they are words we should take to heart.

 

Touching Hearts with Divine Mercy

At this year's Divine Mercy Sunday celebration, thousands of hearts were touched by a heart that last beat with life 160 years ago. What's this all about?

 

It's All Good News

Within the designs of God's Providence, how do we know what's good news and how do we know what's bad news? Find out in this article.

 

'God's Love is the flower — Mercy the fruit.'

We continue our series that considers a poem by St. Faustina line by line. Her hope in writing this poem was to inspire souls to trust in Jesus more. Will you?

 

Our Poor Mothers

They remind us of how poverty is a virtue.

 
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