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Faith and success go hand-in-hand

Living your faith in the workplace can be a tricky business in today’s secular world — but not for Robert (Bob) Panza, a Marian Helper from Trumbull, Connecticut.

Give the greatest gifts at Christmas

Advent and Christmas are times of memory. This is the season to bring to mind those people who have helped make us who we are, both our friends and our enemies. And Jesus summons us to love all, to do good for all.

Immaculate Conception 101: A primer

The Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception always celebrate the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception on Dec. 8 with special joy. But what is the Immaculate Conception? It’s not the Virgin Birth, as many people think.

Music — or not!

Part 5 of a new weekly series on the formation journey of Josh, a first-year novice at the Marian Scholasticate, the house of studies in Washington, D.C.

The Presentation of Mary in the Temple

By tradition, the Virgin Mary was presented by her parents, St. Joachim and St. Anne, to the Temple in Jerusalem at a very early age. We celebrate the feast on Nov. 21.

On Holy Wisdom

A Marian Heritage book by Fr. Kenneth M. Dos Santos, MIC, sheds light on God's wisdom revealed through Church teachings.

Playing with saints and angels

Part 4 of a new weekly series on the formation journey of Josh, a first-year novice at the Marian Scholasticate, the house of studies in Washington, D.C.

Mercy and Mary work together

The title of our province is the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of Mercy, whose feast day is Nov. 16. That title for Mary is also known by the alternative names: Our Lady of Vilnius, Ostra Brama (Polish) or Ausris Vrtai (Lithuanian). The full title is “Our Lady of Mercy of the Dawn Gate.”

The need continues in Ukraine for humanitarian and medical aid

The daily news headlines may be few and far between, but the war continues in Ukraine, as does the need for humanitarian and medical aid. The Marian Fathers and Marian Helpers also continue in our service to those in need.

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