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The Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary are united in the History of Salvation.Venerable Mary of Agreda, also known as Sister Mary of Jesus, was a 17th century mystic in Spain who received supernatural revelations from Our Lady about her holy life, which she wrote and compiled into a magnificent four-volume work titled The Mystical City of God.

The Blessed Virgin Mary is the Mother of the Eucharist since she is the Mother of Jesus Christ.Coronavirus Pandemic. What should our be response in such a situation? As Christians, we are expected to be a light to the world and salt of the earth. In times of adversity, others should be able to look upon Christians as fountains of hope. Even while the world plunges into darkness, the never ceasing light of Jesus Christ shines on those who believe in Him. The Lord our God wants nations to travel in that light.

Dan Burke has lung problems, but he is a survivor of the Coronavirus.Praise the Lord! As we announced in a 24 March 2020 article, former EWTN News president Dan Burke was admitted to the intensive care unit for Coronavirus symptoms. We requested prayers from our readers, as his condition was very serious.  He also has a lifelong lung condition, making him much more susceptible to death. "I am alive because of your prayers," Burke emotionally explained with his wife, Stephanie, in a livestream Q&A podcast on Sunday night, April 5.

Marian Father Chris Alar encourages everyone to Seal the doorposts of your home with Divine Mercy: A powerful form of protection during the coronavirus pandemic! Father Chris Alar of the Marian Fathers explains how you can protect your family using the Divine Mercy image of Jesus. The Marian Fathers invite all Catholics to "seal the doorposts" with this image for protection during the coronavirus pandemic. He also explains how the laity can bless their own image in the absence of a priest.

Plenary and partial indulgences granted by the Catholic Church from her treasury of merits is an act of Divine Mercy.The Vatican’s Apostolic Penitentiary announced an opportunity for a plenary indulgence during the current coronavirus pandemic. According to the decree: "The gift of special indulgences is granted to the faithful suffering from covid-19 disease, commonly known as coronavirus, as well as to health care workers, family members, and all those who in any capacity, including through prayer, care for them.

This is a public domain image of Saint Joseph as protector and father of the Child Jesus.Saint Joseph is a powerful intercessor and protector! There is a special prayer invoking the intercession of Saint Joseph, and it is called the Never-Failing Protection Prayer.  Every Catholic needs this prayer for protection during the Coronavirus Crisis. We need prayer now more than ever, and the Church considers Saint Joseph as a patron saint of the sick.

Christians are invoking Saint Corona to pray with them to Jesus for a coronavirus vaccine cure.NOTE: To make a memorial gift in honor of +Rev. James E. Wuerth, M.S.F., please click here.           ††† Saint Corona: Are people turning to a little known Catholic saint during this coronavirus pandemic? Yes! As the world finds itself in the grip of the global Covid-19 Pandemic, many people are discovering and turning to a little known, second-century, Catholic saint named Saint Corona.

Our Lady of Fatima encourages us, her spiritual children, to pray to Jesus Christ for the salvation of souls.NOTICE: To make a memorial gift in honor of +Rev. James E. Wuerth, M.S.F., please click here.                                                                                        
††† SAINT PAUL - MINNEAPOLIS, February 2020: The International World Apostolate of Fatima (WAF), its Children of the Eucharist program, Fatima Family Apostolate, and other Catholic organizations are gathering prayers — Rosaries, Divine Mercy Chaplets, morning offerings, etc. — from Catholics worldwide, including Catholic schoolchildren and the youth, for a Global Spiritual Bouquet...

The beautiful movie, Fatima, opens on the big screen on Friday, April 24, 2020.Fatima Movie to open April 24 on 1,000 screens: Fatima tells the story of the Marian apparitions through the eyes of Servant of God Lúcia Santos, the eldest of the three young seers. It is about the remarkable set of appearances of the Blessed Mother to three young shepherd children in Fatima, Portugal, in 1917. “This movie was made to cross into the mainstream media,” producer Natasha Howes told me in an interview. “It’s beautiful, and everyone should go to see it. Expect greatness.”

From the Depths of Our Hearts: Priesthood, Celibacy, and the Crisis of the Catholic Church. By: Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI and Cardinal Robert Sarah. The Catholic Church faces a major crisis and the turmoil in priestly ministry is at the heart of it. “The priesthood is going through a dark time,” write Pope Emeritus Benedict and Cardinal Robert Sarah.