Marge on EWTN's Bookmark Brief with Doug Keck
NEW! My Queen, My Mother: A Living Novena
Holding on to your pain? Here's the key to letting it go.
"This book will be an invaluable asset for those who need to forgive and be forgiven. Marge had courageously shared the story of her painful childhood experiences in order to bring others an awareness of a path for healing. Seeking the assistance of the Blessed Mother's guidance in prayer, Mary affirms all her children as they unite their experiences in a deepening relationship with her Son."~Archbishop Jerome E. Listecki, Archdiocese of Milwaukee
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I’ve waited a long time to write this post. Six months, in fact. Now, finally, it’s time to write Part V (the finale) of my…
Mary’s eyes are resplendent and full of mercy, but for who? Sinners like you and me? How can that be? If we feel sinful and…
In my early years, I would become frantic, kind of like someone who’d been thrown overboard a boat and was grappling for the life preserver. I gradually realized that the more I grappled, the farther from me the life preserver drifted. I learned that it was far better to stop flailing around, conserve my energy, and – as patiently as possible – tread water until the life preserver came my way on its own.
Why is May called Mary’s Month? Marge explains how the Catholic custom of devoting the entire month of May to Mary began (you’ll be surprised). Then she offers practical ways to observe Mary’s special month in your diocese, parish and at home.