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Making John Paul II's Divine Mercy Legacy Our Own

Pope Benedict is carrying on, even solidifying, the Divine Mercy legacy of his predecessor, John Paul II.


God's Greatest Attribute: Is It Really?

At the World Apostolic Congress on Mercy in Rome last April, I met a priest who asked a question that I have been turning over in my mind ever since.


Got Questions?

Here it is: Everything you've wanted to know about Divine Mercy Sunday.


Why We Pray the Chaplet for the Sick and Dying

An ancient Christian writer wrote that, "Of all divine things, the most divine is to share with God in the saving of souls."


Pope of Mercy Under Fire

Vatican spokesman Fr. Federico Lombardi characterized it as an "unusual document worthy of great attention."


Patients Can Request It. Doctors and Nurses Can Give It.

It was one of those news stories that made you stop, gulp hard, and wonder darkly what the world was coming to.


Divine Mercy Conference '09

At the fourth annual Divine Mercy Conference, Divine Mercy experts proclaim the Good News. But they don't mince words.


The Weakest of the Weak

I have the pleasure of knowing a woman who is a saint in the making. She's my daughter.


A Conference Call

You are hereby invited to attend the 4th Annual Divine Mercy Conference on Saturday, March 7, in New York City.


So You Want to Change the World?

We are pleased to introduce a 14-part series to help inspire parish cenacle or study groups this coming Lent.


'The Lightning Flash of Mercy'

Do we have eyes to see those who are in need in our neighborhoods, parishes, and places of work? Or are we literally passing them by?


A 'Hunch' About the Holy Father

Pope Benedict's Divine Mercy Mandate, which was just released by Marian Press, had its beginning as a hunch.


'It Wasn't Long Before I Found Myself Pregnant. I Was 17.'

I shut God out before I could be rejected by Him. Then, Divine Mercy taught me the true nature of God.


A Church on the Chopping Block

Saint Stan's is more than a footnote in the Divine Mercy movement. What role did it play?


Through the Eucharist We Actually Become What We Eat!

As we prepare for the great Feast of the Nativity this year, let's try to remember what the real feast spread out before us is.

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