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Saint Faustina was born Helena Kowalska in a small village west of Lodz, Poland on August 25, 1905. She was the third of ten children. When she was almost twenty, she entered the Congregation of the Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy, whose members devote themselves to the care and education of troubled young women. The following year she received her religious habit and was given the name Sister Maria Faustina, to which she added, "of the Most ... Continue Reading

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  1. Anthony Uk
    4 years ago

    Sister Faustina is one of the GREAT saints, a modern Saint Paul, given a "personal" message from The Lord Himself. She has helped me greatly with my daily woes and I love and cherish her. One day soon, The Image of Divine Mercy will shine throughout the world. I love this Saint and have visited her shrine in Poland. Beautiful. I thank God for this fantastic messenger of Divine Merciful Love.
    Sister Faustina, please pray for me and the entire world.
    Anthony Uk

  2. Therese Davey
    4 years ago

    I am blessed to have this feast day on my birthday, celebrating a lovely humble saint who shared an amazing message of God's mercy and love for everyone who turns to him.

  3. eileen
    4 years ago

    Anyone who has not read the diary of St. Faustina is missing out on knowing Jesus and His love for each one of us. You can purchase it through Amazon and in large and small print very inexpensively. Don't be intimidated by the size of the diary , for it is very easy reading and everything that Jesus, Mary and St. Joseph said to St. Faustina is in bold print. You will fall in love with St. Faustina and will treasure all of her sacrifices made for the conversion of sinners whroughout the whole world. She most certainly is a saint for our troubled times. Pamphlets and prayer cards on the Chaplet and Novena of Divine Mercy can be purchased from the Marians of the Immaculate Conception in Stockbridge, Ma. The hour of divine Mercy is 3 PM and Divine Mercy Sunday is the Sunday following Easter Sunday. Many miracles and healings from Jesus our Divine Master and His Most Merciful MOther. for prayer requests and additional information.
    St. Faustina Pray for Us--Jesus I Trust In YOU!!--God Bless+

  4. Campbell
    4 years ago

    I went on a pilgrimage to Poland to see where st faustina died and where our lord visited her telling her of his divine mercy, was beautiful.

  5. mercy
    4 years ago

    reading the divine mercy in my soul, scarly yet helpful. so glad to know that GOD appears to us no matter our backgrounds.

  6. mercy
    4 years ago

    reading the divine mercy in my soul, scarly yet helpful. so glad to know that GOD appears to us no matter our backgrounds.

  7. emmanuel
    4 years ago

    The site is beautiful. May God have mercy on us all.

  8. Christina
    4 years ago

    I have been reading her book and other information about her and I also chose her for my Confirmation Saint this year.

  9. Evelyn
    4 years ago

    What would you consider her the patron saint of ?

  10. Neville
    5 years ago

    yeah this site is very nice i think you can read her diary to find out more

  11. Nicole
    5 years ago

    This was so interesting although you should of put more information about her life and how Jesus came to her!!!:)

  12. obiora
    5 years ago

    this site is nice

  13. Arinze
    5 years ago

    God of mercy, have mercy on our sins and sins of the whole world.

  14. rosieg.
    5 years ago

    I pray this rosary, and I saw the movie about st faustina and I understood better of what she meant . I need to buy hr book.

  15. plrenteria
    5 years ago

    There is nothing we need more today in our everyday lives than to know there is devine mercy and mercy that is in reach. All we need to do is Trust in Jesus.

  16. Bella
    6 years ago

    I love this website. It rocks. It helps alot

  17. Alison Q. Acebedo
    6 years ago

    as i learned the life of st. Faustina, i was able to accept wholeheartedly my trials & sufferings. For i put my trust in Jesus hands. The Divine Mercy.

    Alison Acebedo 1/24/2009

  18. Maggie
    6 years ago

    She will be my confirmation Saint as well. Very helpful information.

  19. Sam
    6 years ago

    St. Faustina is going to be my confirmation saint this year, and I believe my role model as well!

  20. Maria Herrmann
    6 years ago

    I read the Diary of St Faustina, she is now my favorite saint. I learned so much about Jesus through this book. My life is not the same after reading her diary. I highly recommend it. My love for Jesus is stronger than ever, he is 100% LOVE!

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