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Why Does She Love Us?

In the 2017 film "Wonder," Isabel Pullman (Julia Roberts) watches her 10-year-old son, August (Jacob Tremblay), walk into school for his first day. It is not only Auggie's first day of fifth grade. This is Auggie's first day of school, ever.

 

When Death Is Defeated

Happy Easter Sunday! It's the day of the Resurrection, when death is decisively defeated and the end of the world begins.

 

Our Shared Calling

"In this time of the 'new normal,' with so many aspects of our lives recalibrated by the coronavirus, let's make a pact, you and I," writes Fr. Dan Cambra, MIC, spiritual director of the Holy Souls Sodality.

 

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.

 

Seal the Doorposts!

In this time of calamity, the Marian Fathers invite you to participate in a simple but incredibly powerful act of faith. To protect you and your family, we urge you to post an Image of the Divine Mercy on your front doors. Father Chris Alar, MIC, explains why.

 

Divine Mercy: Now More Than Ever

Amidst this global pandemic, a new free resource is available to help healthcare professionals spiritually care for their patients.

 

On Keeping the 'Christ' and the 'Mass' in 'Christmas'

I received a letter recently from a fellow who finds himself in a predicament.

 

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. ..."

 
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