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Lay Helpers to the Rescue

How did the laity help the Marians build America's Mercy Shrine? Stone by stone. Prayer by prayer.

 

And They Met the Pope, Too!

They won a trip of a lifetime — but it was even better than that. Read about Linda's and Dorothy's big adventure.

 

'Holy and Devoted Priests' Needed

How has one couple given to and received from the Marians? Meet two Marian Helpers who hear the "call."

 

On the Road with MOMM: 'Never Give Up on Anyone'

In the first in a series of dispatches from the road, Mother of Mercy Messengers visits a jail and reports on the transformation of a former inmate.

 

First, Just Curious. Now, Forever Changed.

How does a curious, thoughtful, spiritual seeker evolve into an apostle of The Divine Mercy message and devotion?

 

'A Resurrection Underway'

Each of them, at a dark point in their life, had a rock pushed aside and the light of Christ touch their hearts through similar means.

 

'A Gift That Would Be Meaningful'

"He spoke from his heart," she said. "He was so sincere. I was captivated, and so I wanted to give a gift that would be meaningful."

 

Building America's Mercy Shrine

It all began with a mission — and Marian Helpers like you who were dedicated to that mission.

 

'A Tragedy of Massive Proportions'

"This is a tragedy of massive proportions," said Fr. Kazimierz Chwalek, MIC. Here's how you can help.

 

Trust in God is Job Number 1

Are you pounding the pavement, out of work? Has a loved one been traumatized because of losing a job? Read on, then. This is for you.

 

A Spiritual Travelogue

My desire to travel to Poland only grew in intensity upon attending the first World Apostolic Congress on Mercy (WACOM), held in Rome, Italy, in April 2008

 

Were You There?

Share your thoughts and reflections on the North American Congress on Mercy and the Divine Mercy Networking Forum, held in Washington, D.C., Nov. 13-15.

 

Armed (with Images) and Merciful

"Rather than looking at what I have done," she told her peers, "I say, 'Thanks be to God for what He does through people like me.'"

 

Network with the Experts!

The day before the North American Congress on Mercy commences, pilgrims can take part in an unprecedented face-to-face forum with the "mercy pros."

 

A Slice of Success

"It fits in so well with our Congregation's mission to be of service to God and His Church," said Fr. Dan Cambra, MIC.

 
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