Articles

Hammers, Nails, Mercy

They and their five children had been living a small room in a slum after their former house was destroyed by fire in early March.

A Dream of St. Faustina Inspires a Special Gift

Do you remember how you heard about Divine Mercy? I want to share with you Kay's story, which is both a testimony to faith and an expression of gratitude.

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?

Blessed George

What seems impossible can become possible through the power of the Holy Spirit, as He works His will and purpose in our lives.

Silent, Small Victories

The Rosary is not a talisman. It's not a cure for all ills. Rather, it is a prayer to help people come to the precious experience of contemplation.

Gratitude for Bl. George

The feast day comes amidst a year of thanksgiving that began Dec. 8, for the 100th anniversary of the renewal and reform of the Marians that Bl. George led.

'Operation Pancake'

When hope is flat as a pancake and the mixing bowl of life runs out of batter, what does one do?

To Remember Little Lives

"It will be a memorial shrine dedicated to all deceased children," explained Fr. Anthony.

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.

A Different Message of Hope

Several Marians and friends were on hand for the 35th annual March for Life. And none of us felt discouraged.

She Wrote the Book of 'Life'

Meet a stay-at-home-mom with a "crazy" idea that she could change lives. The idea has worked!

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