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'I Really Thought I Wasn't Worthy'

When Andrew's mother became sick with Stage 3 breast cancer, he gave up his life of partying and drug use for good. The Lord, however, wasn't quite finished with him.


Why Children?

By all accounts, nothing was remarkable about Lucia and her cousins Francisco and Jacinta before the heavens opened to them.


The Answer Is: Lourdes

The Marian apparition 162 years ago reminds us to keep our eyes "constantly" on Our Lady.


The Final Invocations of the Litany

Why is Mary called Queen of Families? Queen of Peace? In this penultimate article in our series on the Litany of Loreto, Fr. Donald Calloway, MIC, explains.


'A Medical Miracle'

Everything was against her unborn child surviving. But her faith and her family's prayers made all the difference.


The Litany Continues

Why is the Blessed Mother called "Queen Assumed into Heaven" and "Queen of the Holy Rosary?" Father Donald Calloway, MIC, explains.


From Episcopal to Catholic

His father and his grandfather were both Episcopalian priests. But Alex Pumphrey of Cleveland, Ohio, converted to Catholicism and joined the Marian Fathers. This is his story.


Atheist Converts to Catholicism

Beth Knee was so depressed she could barely gather the energy to get off her couch. That's when God made Himself known to her.


Why a Consecration to St. Joseph?

An interview with Fr. Donald Calloway, MIC, about his new book.


Behold, He Comes!

What about all the time "in between" those two comings? What does Advent mean for me right now?


Time, Love, and the Immaculate Conception

This year, we observe the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception a day later. But time is always related to this feast.


Not that 'Confessor'

Why is the Blessed Virgin Mary known as Queen of Confessors? Queen of Virgins? Find out from Fr. Donald Calloway, MIC, as he continues to unpack the Litany of Loreto.


Praying up a Storm

Though Gina Loehr of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, was always a devout Catholic, she never really understood devotion to the Blessed Mother. Then she went on a pilgrimage to Fatima.


Drawing From Our Lady

For a while, artist Mallory Hurley of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, didn't paint. Then the Blessed Virgin Mary intervened, giving her the spark that set in motion Mallory's career in painting holy images.


Rosary Beads for Those in Need

Crafting your own Rosaries is fun, cheap, and easy, according to one Rosary warrior, David Samsell, of Moscow, Pennsylvania. He has made almost 40,000 Rosaries and will likely inspire you to want to make your own, too.

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