Follow My Love

As a loving Father, Our God desires to express His Merciful Love, to grant His guiding Wisdom, and to embrace His beloved children. Our God has spoken to His people throughout the ages, fulfilling His desire through His almighty Divine Word. His desire to live in relationship with us will never end. In light of […]

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Life, Family, and the New Evangelization

Each and every one of us is loved unconditionally and personally by God. Each and every one of us is called by God to share Him and His Love with the world. Let us think of the words that Our Lord Jesus Christ spoke to his disciples: “Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them […]

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The Divine Mercy and The Sacred Heart of Jesus? How they’re connected

The Sacred Heart and The Divine Mercy: What’s  the connection? Father Ryan Adams, a graduate of Sacred Heart Seminary, shows how Jesus’ Sacred Heart is being stung by the thorns of sin – and the more our sins squeeze the heart of Jesus, the more His blood and water of mercy pour outward. The thorns […]

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Reparation to the Immaculate Heart of Mary

By Kathy Crombie In the booklet “First Saturdays: The Triumph of the Immaculate Heart,” written by the late Fr. Robert J. Fox, founder and spiritual director of the Fatima Family Apostolate International, it states, “Fatima is Trinitarian, Christological, Ecclesial, Marian and Contemplative when it is interpreted as a whole. First Saturdays must be understood in […]

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“First Saturdays?” What are First Saturdays?

By Midge Culos, Prayer Minister I remember learning about the devotional practice of “First Saturdays” when I was a young girl.  Somehow though, over the years, I let go of this beautiful opportunity for grace. Now and then, I’d research what exactly was entailed to fulfill the requirement, and not surprisingly, something would somehow interfere […]

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Remembering Father George Kosicki, Cardinal Edmund Szoka and Our Lady of Czestochowa

On the Feast of Our Lady of Czestochowa, August 26, the Archdiocese of Detroit buried Cardinal Edmund Szoka as many learned of the August 11 death of retired Father George Kosicki. Both were 86, Polish-Americans and Michiganders. Archbishop Allen Vigneron told the faithful it was especially appropriate that the Cardinal’s funeral would occur on the […]

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Cardinal Edmund Szoka, Newt Gingrich and The Divine Mercy

Cardinal Edmund Szoka was a close friend and confidante to one of the most beloved saints but he also took time to have long, thoughtful conversations with lowly, foolish sinners like me. The great Polish-American, who died this week at age 86, led the Archdiocese of Detroit, rescued the Vatican’s finances and was one of […]

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