‘Divine Mercy In My Soul’
extracts from the Diary of Saint Faustina
“To comfort you, let Me tell you that there are souls living in the world who love Me dearly. I dwell in their hearts with delight. But they are few.. their number is very small. They are a defense for the world before the Justice of the Heavenly Father and a means of obtaining mercy for the world. The love and sacrifice of these souls sustain the world in existence.”
(Diary, entry no.367)
As Christians, we are called to be light in the midst of the darkness. Saint John reminds us that – “the light shines in the darkness and the darkness cannot overcome it”.
May the Lord grant each of us grace to make this Lent a holy and fruitful season; may He inspire us to pray and to do good works, giving of ourselves and of our talents, according to His divine will.
Pope Francis says we must not be blind to the action of Satan behind the crisis affecting the Church. If he is right, how should we respond? Here are some simple suggestions.
Revealing His Sacred Heart to Saint Margaret Mary in 1673, the Lord complained that He was forgotten by so many; today, things might not be so very different to then.
Our Shepherd, our Holy Father, has asked that we pray to the Holy Spirit, and to the Blessed Virgin, She who is the Mother of the Church. As Catholics, let us respond generously to his call.
In His great providence, the Lord gives us exactly what we need, at precisely the time we need it most. The devotion to Jesus as Divine Mercy is the perfect example of this truth.
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The Letters of Saint Faustina
The private letters of Saint Faustina, written to her family, her Sisters and Superiors in religion, and to her beloved Confessors. These letters provide an insight into her interior spirituality and those matters closest to her heart.
We should not fail to remember our families in our daily prayers, asking God’s blessing and grace upon them if they are still in this world, or His mercy for them if they have already died.
For you who read these words of Saint Faustina, apply them to your own situation and needs; what the Lord says to Faustina about Father Sopocko, He says of you, too. TRUST in Him.
When next we are called to bear some kind of suffering, let us unite ourselves to Christ in His Passion and then bear that suffering patiently and silently, knowing that it amasses for souls treasure in Heaven.
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“Mary is so closely united to Jesus because she received from Him the knowledge of the heart, the knowledge of faith, nourished by Her experience as a mother and by Her close relationship with Her Son.” – Pope Francis
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