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"Inspectio Cordis": Fourth Sunday of Easter, April 21

By Fr. Thaddaeus Lancton, MIC

A gaze of the heart. Examining the depth of one’s heart.

Catholic or not, Divine Mercy is for YOU!

We can rest assured that when Jesus told St, Faustina, “Let no soul fear to draw near to Me, even though its sins be as scarlet,” He meant that there wasn’t a soul on earth who wouldn’t receive grace if only the soul draws near to Jesus – through repentance and trusting

Understanding the Message of Mercy as a Parish Community

Inspired by Fr. Chris Alar's book Understanding Divine Mercy and eager to spread the Divine Mercy message in their Missouri parish, a group of parishioners builds a Lenten mission and sparks a spiritual renewal. 

"Inspectio Cordis": Third Sunday of Easter, April 14

By Fr. Thaddaeus Lancton, MIC

A gaze of the heart. Examining the depth of one’s heart.

It’s Black and White! — The Paschal Mystery in the Vilnius Divine Mercy Image

Have you ever contemplated the spiritual significance of the black background on the Vilnius Divine Mercy Image? The black symbolizes a life of sin, darkness, despair, and death.

Thousands expected at the National Shrine for Divine Mercy Weekend 2024

The Marian Fathers extend a warm invitation to come to Eden Hill on April 6 and 7 to experience this annual celebration. Admission is free. Online bus registration has closed, but private vehicles are welcome with no registration required.

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