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Were We Given Prophetic Warnings About Pope Francis?

By David Martin It is not generally known that St. Faustina, known for her role in establishing the devotion to Divine Mercy, penned an unusual entry into her diary on December 17, 1936. Entry 823 is as follows. “I have … Continue reading

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Blessed John Paul II – the Pope of Divine Mercy

As we celebrate the Feast of Divine Mercy and the Beatification of Pope John Paul II, let us consider how these important events in the life of the Church are so closely and beautifully linked. The theme of Divine Mercy … Continue reading

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Fatima – Sr. Lucia’s vision

In what has been sometimes described as ‘the last vision of Fatima’, Sr. Lucia, one of the three children present when Our Blessed Lady appeared at Fatima, writes, in her own words her ‘last’ vision of the Holy Trinity. Sister … Continue reading

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Prayers for Priests

Prayers for Priests is an important apostolate. It is founded by Charlotte Williams from Arizona. Some years ago, Char had compiled a very small booklet of prayers, which included the Rosary for Priests (before the Luminous Mysteries were given to … Continue reading

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