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After I Asked, Jesus Put Me to Work

God clearly wanted me to help those who suffer.


Faith, Hope, and Glove

As his love for Christ grew, so did his talent for pitching.


What God Has Done for Me

On an October morning, about nine weeks pregnant, I stepped into an abortion clinic where they would extinguish the life of the only baby I would ever carry in my womb.


Pilgrimage Journal - The Holy Land

While on this amazing pilgrimage of the Holy Land with Jim Caviezel, we encountered a side of the actor that not many people get to experience.


Divine Mercy Conference Poses a Challenge to the Faithful

One of the most talked about Catholics in America spoke at the 14th Annual Divine Mercy Conference.


How 'X' Marks the Spot

Saint Faustina and St. Joseph are spiritual kin in the exem­plary way they sought to do the will of God. Through them, we get a glimpse of the spiritual blueprints to sanctification and everlasting life.


Divine Mercy Wakes Woman from Coma

Club member Erma tells the story of her close friend miraculously waking up from a coma after she prayed the Chaplet of Divine Mercy and implored God's mercy.


The Path to Pro-Life

Abby Johnson, a featured speaker at the upcoming 14th Annual Divine Mercy Conference in Bronx, New York, tells us how she went from Planned Parenthood director to persuasive and powerful pro-life witness.


Praying the Chaplet to Death

Father Starzynski prays the Chaplet with at least one dying person every day. What led him to begin doing this?


New Book Fosters a Deeper Relationship with God

Author, speaker, and former executive editor for the Marian Fathers, Vinny Flynn, has come out with a new book to help you develop your own unique way of conversing with God.


St. Joseph's Seven Sorrows and Seven Joys

Today is the Solemnity of St. Joseph, the Husband of Mary. Father Dan Cambra, MIC, shares his favorite pious practice associated with this great saint who had a knack for turning sorrow to joy.


Welcoming the Stranger

Immigration is among the hottest of hot button issues. We Catholics and Marian Helpers must be guided by certain basic principles. Here's the first in our series on Catholic social teaching.


'What a Grace of God'

Just after leaving the hospital with her newborn, Louise Fecteau had to turn around, walk back in, and identify the body of her eldest child. But God had graces in store.


A 'Surprise' Phone Call

She shares the same birth name as a certain famous saint. Find out who!


Marian Helpers, Let's Head to Higher Ground

Why does the world need Marian Helpers? Find out in this article.

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