Diary of St. Faustina

Too Fearful to PrayAs you know, being a Christian can be very challenging. If you truly believe Jesus is "the Way, the Truth and the Life", and genuinely try to follow His teachings, it won't be long before you discover your flaws. Sin, or our ways of offending God, can come in many forms, which is why the Church teaches that there are seven Cardinal sins. 


The General Exercises of St. Faustina - If only everyone in the world would read this first thing in the morning, commit to it and live it out each day. What a wonderful world it would be.



Mary Magdalene and Saint Faustina
It is obvious from the Resurrection passages in the Bible that neither Mary Magdalen or the Apostles really expected Jesus to rise from the dead. When Jesus spoke Mary Magdalen’s name at the tomb on that Easter Sunday morning, it didn’t just change her life, it changed the history of the world. When Jesus spoke to her, she recognised Him. Standing in front of her, loving her, was proof of God’s love.



Stay Open to Divine MercyGod will never give you the grace to do the things you want to do, only the grace to do the things He wants you to do. When in her convent in Cracow, Poland, St. Faustina prayed to the Lord for the grace of a spiritual director.

Too Sinful to PrayOne of the hardest parts of being a Catholic is that when our human weakness leads us to fall from grace, we find it difficult to believe that God forgives us for this failure every time we go to confession. 

Brendan O’Neill is a very successful businessman who comes from a very religious family. His mother, in fact, had always a great devotion to Divine Mercy and was a great friend of Fr. Berchmans Walsh, who was the first priest to promote Divine Mercy in Ireland.

The Wisdom of St. FaustinaI tremble to think that I have to give an account of my tongue. There is life, but there is also death in the tongue. Sometimes we kill with the tongue: we commit real murders. 

Image of Priest offering Eucharist to GodDuring the celebration of Corpus Christi in Rome in 2004, the Pope announced the Year of the Holy Eucharist. Saint Faustina’s full religious name was Sister Maria Faustina of the Most Blessed Sacrament and her whole life revolved around the Holy Eucharist. 

My Memories of Sr. Faustina by Fr. SopockoThere are some truths of the Holy Faith, that we apparently know and we often recall them,but we do not understand them well, neither do we live them. It was like that with me in respect to the Truth of the Divine Mercy. 

Diary and the Mercy of GodThere seems to be three principal themes in the Diary of St. Faustina. The first is Trust. Jesus greatly desires that every soul be absolutely convinced that no matter what sins they have committed, they should never fear to approach Him to ask His forgiveness and mercy. 

 Words of JesusWhen we read the Diary of St. Faustina, we must always try to remember that we are reading the actual words of Jesus. In many ways, we have been extremely blessed to live in a time when a book of this magnitude exists.

Diary of St. Faustina The Diary of St. Faustina is the second most important book in the world, after the Bible. It is a record of the inspiring life of St. Faustina, as she experienced the profound supernatural events that shaped her entire life. 

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St. Eunan's Cathedral, Letterkenny, Donegal, Ireland

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