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"Rigidity, or Immovable Faith?"

Are not Catholics who seek an immovable Faith, always striving through God’s grace toward greater union with Him?  And, should these Faithful Catholics be judged rashly, perceived by many as being inflexible or rigid? Father Kenneth Dos Santos, MIC, explains in his latest column for CatholicStand.com.

The Immaculate Heart of Mary, Sign of Hope

There's hope in the Heart of the Mother of God, in the Eternal Light dwelling there, in the Spirit who burns within her, and she is not consumed. We honor the Immaculate Heart of Mary on June 8.

"God is always present"

"I want to say thank you from the bottom of my heart. I am very thankful to our Marian Fathers Congregation, the Polish province and the American province, and our very generous donors. They understand the need very well. They understand that we are walking together along the road to victory."

End of the School Year!

"My first year in seminary is over," reports Br. Josh, MIC, "and I am enjoying a peaceful interlude before the next school year begins."

The Church's greatest need? Your prayers

"We may think that our prayers or sacrifices do not make much of a difference, but we would be in error," says Fr. Thaddaeus Lancton, MIC. "Jesus instructed St. Faustina that her prayers and sacrifices saved more souls than missionary priests through their preaching alone."

"Inspectio Cordis": Corpus Christi, June 2

A weekly web series by Fr. Thaddaeus Lancton, MIC, introduces us to the meditations for Corpus Christi by the Marian Founder. The goal is to allow Jesus to gaze into your heart and teach you self-examination, leading you to a more fruitful reception of Holy Communion at Sunday Mass, where there is a true encounter of our hearts with His Sacred Heart – especially fitting during this period of National Eucharistic Revival.

Our Founder on the Feast of the Visitation, May 31

According to the Marian Founder, St. Stanislaus Papczynski, Mary, the Mother of God, gives us an example at the Visitation (feast day: May 31) of how we ought to strive for perfection. 

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