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To Receive Divine Mercy, Give Divine Mercy

As members of God's family, the Church, we are invited — even obligated — to accept His name, His identity, as our own: Divine Mercy.


The one who seeks, finds

'My whole journey has been about the importance of being small and trusting,' Rosa says. 'The smaller we are, the better God can fill us with His grace and with purpose.'


Open Hearts, Open Hands

If this pandemic gives us nothing else that is good, let us ask God to allow us to retain this one lesson: Everything is subject to change here below, save for the guarantees of Almighty God.


Little Flower, Great Love

"My mission - to make God loved — will begin after my death," she said. "I will spend my heaven doing good on earth. I will let fall a shower of roses."


Archangels Three

Call on Michael for protection, Raphael for healing, and Gabriel for help spreading the good news of Jesus Christ, the Divine Mercy, to every heart.


20 Years of Healthcare Professionals for Divine Mercy, Prompted by 9/11

9/11 was a tragedy that inspired an apostolate: Healthcare Professionals for Divine Mercy. The founder, Nurse Marie Romagnano, shares her memories.


A Spiritual Emergency

Haiti. Afghanistan. Delta. All this and more demands our prayers and other spiritual works of mercy, as Nurse Marie explains.


In the Mailbox — June 2021

Thirteenth of the Month Club members share their news and views.


Seeing the Blessed Mother's Protection

When she was hit by a truck on her way to Mass, one Canadian woman's life was spared. Here's her code of the road.


Never Give Up Hope

When Stacia Marie's non-Catholic father was dying of cancer, she did everything she could to help spiritually prepare him for death. Her story ought to give hope to anyone who worries about the salvation of a loved one.


The Man Behind the Knights

Michael McGivney, the founder of the Knights of Columbus, recently became the first native of Connecticut to be beatified by the Roman Catholic Church. Here's how this holy man became a "Blessed."


Doggedly Devoted

Theresa Moore of Seymore, Connecticut, was not your typical public school teacher. During her 37 years teaching English to ninth graders, she often tried to bring her faith in God into the classroom.


For the Daily Double!

"God allows souls to suffer here so that they may be purified to share in His holiness." What is Purgatory? "Correct!"


New Movie About Venerable Patrick Peyton

The man behind the famous phrase "the family that prays together stays together" is the subject of a new documentary that released in theaters in October. It's called "Pray: the Story of Patrick Peyton" and was created by Family Theater Productions.


Advent: A How-To Guide

Advent means "coming," from the Latin for "arrival." So how are we to prepare for Christ's arrival?

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