St. Faustina

Vilnius Image of Divine Mercy (detail) by Kazimierowski

Give Your Life to Jesus and His Divine Mercy

Jesus is waiting for you right here, right now. He is all holy and He desires you to be in communion with Him. For that, you do not in this life need to be perfect; you need to be forgiven, to be healed and to be contrite and desire holiness. Give your life to Jesus today. Make that committment. Christ […]

"Universal Judgement" (detail) by Michelangelo

Lord, will those who are saved be few?

I once heard a comment from a friend who was preparing a homily for today’s passage from Luke’s Gospel (see Luke 13:22-30). He was finding it difficult to “preach that there will be so few in heaven.” He has no problem on preaching about death, judgment, Heaven and Hell; but, he is disturbed and sad that, in his understanding, there will be […]

Vilnius Image of Divine Mercy (detail) by Kazimierowski

Surrender Your Life to Jesus and His Divine Mercy

Jesus Asks for the Feast of the Divine Mercy Christ is Risen! Truly He is Risen! Jesus loves you so much! He desires you to be washed in His mercy so you can be in communion with Him. Jesus appeared to a young Polish girl, St. Faustina, beginning in 1924, before she entered religious life. He gave her a series […]

Vilnius Image of Divine Mercy (detail) by Kazimierowski

My Conversion to Divine Mercy

When I first entered Mount St. Mary’s seminary in Maryland, I met some fellow seminarians with a devotion to the Divine Mercy. They would often get together and recite the chaplet together. I was invited on several occasions to join them, but I always politely declined. I thought I didn’t need another devotion and preferred to use my Rosary beads […]

Vilnius Image of Divine Mercy (detail) by Kazimierowski

Trust in Jesus and His Divine Mercy

Jesus Asks for the Feast of the Divine Mercy Happy Easter! Jesus loves you so much! He desires you to be washed in His mercy and be in communion with Him. Jesus appeared to a young Polish girl, St. Faustina, beginning in 1924, before she entered religious life. He gave her a series of messages and an image of His […]

Vilnius Image of Divine Mercy (detail) by Kazimierowski

Daily Catholic Quote — from St. Faustina

“Oh, how great is the goodness of God, greater than we can understand. There are moments and there are mysteries of the divine mercy over which the heavens are astounded. Let our judgment of souls cease, for God’s mercy upon them is extraordinary.” (St. Faustina, Diary # 1684) Please share on social media. Print this entry

Lord, will those who are saved be few?

I once heard a comment from a friend who was preparing a homily for today’s passage from Luke’s Gospel (see Luke 13:22-30). He was finding it difficult to preach on the “fact” that there will be so few in heaven. He has no problem on preaching about death, judgment, Heaven and Hell; but, he is disturbed and sad that, in his understanding, […]

Vilnius Image of Divine Mercy (detail) by Kazimierowski

Catholic Quote of the Day — from St. Faustina

“Oh, how great is the goodness of God, greater than we can understand. There are moments and there are mysteries of the divine mercy over which the heavens are astounded. Let our judgment of souls cease, for God’s mercy upon them is extraordinary.” (St. Faustina, Diary # 1684) Print this entry

Vilnius Image of Divine Mercy (detail) by Kazimierowski

Catholic Quote of the Day — from St. Faustina

“Oh, how great is the goodness of God, greater than we can understand. There are moments and there are mysteries of the divine mercy over which the heavens are astounded. Let our judgment of souls cease, for God’s mercy upon them is extraordinary.” (St. Faustina, Diary # 1684) Print this entry

Vilnius Image of Divine Mercy (detail) by Kazimierowski

Catholic Quote of the Day — from St. Faustina

“Oh, how great is the goodness of God, greater than we can understand. There are moments and there are mysteries of the divine mercy over which the heavens are astounded. Let our judgment of souls cease, for God’s mercy upon them is extraordinary.” (St. Faustina, Diary # 1684) Print this entry