Tag Archives: Saint Faustina

Mary revealed great mysteries to St. Faustina

Mary, Mother of Mercy had a special place in the spirituality of St. Faustina, who was very attached to the Virgin Mary from her childhood. As a religious, she further deepened the devotion that her Order, the Congregation of Our … Continue reading

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Rejoice in Your Suffering

By Susan Skinner at Catholic Stand: My parents have been living with me and my family during this past year.  My father had congestive heart failure and was put on hospice in May.  He passed away on July 16, the Feast … Continue reading

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Jesus, I trust in You!

From a homily given by St John Paul II for Divine Mercy Sunday, 22 April 2001, § 4-6: Jesus entrusted to [the fearful, astounded disciples] the gift of “forgiving sins”, a gift that flows from the wounds in his hands, … Continue reading

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Good Friday – Start of the Divine Mercy Novena

“I demand from you deeds of mercy which are to arise out of love for me. You are to show mercy to your neighbours always and everywhere” (from the Diary of St Faustina). Alongside this demand that we show mercy, inspired … Continue reading

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