The Importance of Vilnius

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The Importance of Vilnius The City of Vilnius, became the Birthplace of the Divine Mercy Devotion, when Saint Faustina began her mission under the guidance and discernment of her new Spiritual Director Fr. Michael Sopocko S.T.D. When Saint Faustina lived in this City before the Second World War, it was politically part of Poland, but today it has reverted to being the capital of an independent nation, Lithuania. It was not until Saint Faustina...

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History of the Brothers of Merciful Jesus

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History of the Brothers of Merciful Jesus Father Igor Simonovis was a diocesan priest in Concordia-Pordenone in northern Italy, near the Austrian border. For about ten years He was a pastor of four parishes in the mountain region Val d’Arzino, and in one of his parishes the first community of Brothers of Merciful Jesus came into being. At the beginning of the year 2000 a young Argentine man named Julián met Fr. Igor on a Marian...

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History of the Sisters of Merciful Jesus

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History of the Sisters of Merciful Jesus Many people associate the Divine Mercy message and St.Faustina with Poland but St. Faustina lived the biggest part of her convent life in Vilnius, Lithuania. The confusion arises because it was politically part of Poland at that time and this is why many people confuse Poland and Crakow in particular with the message of Divine Mercy, but the only connection Crakow had with the message of Divine Mercy is...

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The Importance of Fr. Sopocko

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The Importance of Fr. Sopocko The Importance of Fr. Michael Sopocko in Jesus’ plan for Divine Mercy revelations can not be over estimated. Jesus said to St. Faustina: “He will be My  visible help for you on earth. He will help you to carry out My  will” (Diary 53).”His thoughts are closely united to Mine, so be at peace about what concerns My work. I will not let him make a mistake, and you should do nothing without his...

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Devotion to Divine Mercy by Fr. Sopocko

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Devotion to Divine Mercy by Fr. Sopocko Our Lord’s love for us is both divine and human, for He possesses both a divine and a human nature and will. Hence we may regard the Savior’s Most Sacred Heart as the symbol of His threefold love for us-divine love, spiritual human love and sensitive human love. Yet this Heart is not a formal image or sign of His love, but only its trace. For-as Pius XII says in his encyclical “Hauriets aquas”...

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