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Mercy Saved their Marriage

Even after infidelity, a husband and wife were able to experience God's mercy and save their marriage. Now they have made it their mission to help other couples who are in difficult times.

 

What St. Faustina Offered Our Lady

Our Lady was truly a mother to St. Faustina. In May, this month dedicated to Our Lady, let's follow St. Faustina's example and honor Our Lady.

 

Thousands Celebrate Divine Mercy Sunday at National Shrine

Pope Francis called mercy the "beating heart of the Gospel." Saint John Vianney's heart was at the National Shrine for Divine Mercy Sunday. What a God-incidence!

 

How to Hear God's Voice

Did you know that God is constantly speaking to you? Did you know that it's actually pretty easy to recognize His voice? Learn how here.

 

All Appears to Be Lost

By all the standard expectations of a successful Messiah, Jesus of Nazareth would have comprehensively failed.

 

Christianity: A Contact Sport

Get off the sidelines and get into the game. Find out why Christianity is a contact sport worth playing.

 

When Your Thoughts Lie

Our thoughts often lie to us. What to do about the discouraging sentiments that always seem to pop into your mind?

 

Bless This Land

Are you worried about the moral decay of our culture? Let's turn to St. Faustina.

 

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?

 

Trust: It Matters.

Jesus mentions one piece of knowledge that ought to confirm our trust in His good intentions for us forever: He died for us.

 

Grace Through Obedience

Why does the Lord value our obedience so much higher than our mortifications and sacrifices?

 

'Love and Mercy' Wows the Vatican

With distinguished guests and journalists from around the world on hand, the Vatican played host to the premiere of the feature-length film "Love and Mercy," a docudrama on St. Faustina and her Divine Mercy revelations.

 

Love and Vulnerability

Why did the Blessed Virgin Mary suffer more than anyone else? Find out in this article.

 

'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.

 

The Priest Who First Believed Faustina

"In the confessional it became apparent that she knew things that no one under normal circumstances could know about," says Fr. Seraphim.

 
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