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Our Lady Goes to the United Nations

And you can go, too!


The Day the Darkness Began to Fade

How the Annunciation changed the world.


Part 18: How Deepest Sorrow Became Boundless Compassion


Remember St. Joseph

March 20 is St. Joseph's feast day this year. What makes this humble, quiet man worth remembering?


Part 17: Mary, Most Sorrowful

Sadness in itself is not a virtue. It is why we suffer and how we respond to the sorrows in our life that make all the difference.


Part 16: Mary, Most Merciful

But as there never was, and never will be, anyone who loved God as much as Mary loved him, so there never was, and never will be anyone who loved her neighbour as much as she did.


Part 15: Mary, Most Patient

Think of the patience Mary must have had when she was awakened by Joseph in the middle of the night and told that their family would have to make a quick, nocturnal escape.


Living Lent Under the Mantle

Get Lenten ideas from Marian Press author Fr. Donald Calloway, MIC.


800 Years of Veritas

Mary heard God's Word spoken by the Angel, she accepted that word and then she brought forth that Word, Jesus, into the world. That's the core of Dominican spirituality.


Part 14: The Challenge of Holy Poverty

What if we are not actually poor in material goods?


Father Joe Interviews Fatima Theologian

On Feb. 20, we celebrate the Feast of Blesseds Francisco and Jacinta Marto, two of the Fatima visionaries. One hundred years after the apparitions, let's look at the big picture.


Carrying Crosses Out of Love

Are you suffering? If so, these two holy children have a request for you.


Sister Lucia's Cause Advances

The documentation gathered for Sr. Lucia consists of over 15,000 letters, testimonies, and other documents that would support the nun's cause for beatification.


Part 13 : Mary, Most Poor


Immaculate Conception: 'Given for Our Sake'

On Feb. 11, we celebrate the Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes, who said, "I am the Immaculate Conception." Find out why her unique gift was for our sake.

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