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They Served to the End

Most of the people huddled in the church didn't understand what the Nazis were saying. But they knew it would probably be their last dawn.

 

Want to Deepen Your Devotion to Mary?

Through prayer and deeds, this special club still helps Our Lady spread grace and peace throughout the world.

 

100 Years of Fatima - Fr. Joe Roesch, MIC, Episode 3

And what sort of healing matters most? Father Joe Roesch, MIC, explains.

 

Rest in Peace, Fr. Larry!

Remembered for his holiness and humor, Fr. Lawrence Patrick Dunn, MIC, was laid to rest on Wednesday, May 24, 2017.

 

Father Larry Dunn Dies

Father Lawrence Patrick Dunn, MIC, died Thursday, May 18, 2017 at Providence Hospital in Washington, D.C. He was 74.

 

Our Lady Leads to Virtue

See what inspired Father Founder's devotion to Our Lady.

 

His First Feast as a Saint!

The Founder of the Marian Fathers was canonized only months ago, so this May 22 marks his first feast as a Saint.

 

Hey, He Sure Looks Familiar!

One of our Marian priests in Fatima acted in an upcoming EWTN docudrama.

 

Pray the Rosary Daily

More than 1.4-million Marian Helpers have thus far pledged to pray the Rosary daily.

 

Three Ways to Honor Our Lady of Fatima

Want to be closer than ever to Heavenly Mother? Follow Fr. Dan's advice.

 

Our Call from Fatima and Faustina Conference

Father Donald Calloway, MIC, and Fr. Chris Alar, MIC, spoke at this year's Divine Mercy Weekend Conference. Father Chris said, "The world today is ill, and the penicillin is Divine Mercy and it is administered by Mother Mary, the nurse."

 

Abortion and the Mercy of God

How does Church law affect forgiveness of the grave sin of abortion? Pope Francis has sent a message of mercy to the repentant and grieving.

 

'Go to Joseph!'

Father Donald Calloway, MIC, has a great love for St. Joseph. He explains why you should, too.

 

Plans Underway for a New Marian House of Studies

We have a growing seminarian population. Now, thanks to generous donors, we'll have enough room for them.

 

Homily — Thursday of the First Week of Lent

"Prayer is capable of opening the Heart of God to our needs," says Fr. Thaddaeus Lancton, MIC, in his March 9 homily from St. Monica Catholic Church in Converse, Texas.

 
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