INTRODUCTION

Disciples of Divine Mercy

Disciples of Divine Mercy St. Faustina was asked by Merciful Jesus to found a new religious order of sisters and brothers to give their lives interceding for mercy for the world and to do works of mercy in His name. As part of this intercession Jesus would grant mercy...

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Dependent on Trust

Dependent on Trust by Val Conlon Your duty is to trust entirely in My Mercy, My duty is to give you all that you need. I make Myself dependent on your trust I am making Myself dependent upon your trust: if your trust is great, then My generosity will be without limit....

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Quotes from the Saints on Mercy

Quotes from the Saints on Mercy If a man finds it very hard to forgive injuries, let him look at a Crucifix, and think that Christ shed all His Blood for him, and not only forgave His enemies, but even prayed His Heavenly Father to forgive them also. Let him remember...

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Pope John Paul II & Divine Mercy

Pope John Paul II & Divine Mercy  by Val Conlon “I considered this message my special task. Providence has assigned it to me in the present situation of man, the Church, and the world” (Bl. Pope John Paul II November 22, 1981) The knowledge of St. Faustina and the...

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The Importance of Vilnius

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...

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History of the Brothers of Merciful Jesus

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...

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History of the Sisters of Merciful Jesus

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...

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The Importance of Fr. Sopocko

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...

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Devotion to Divine Mercy by Fr. Sopocko

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...

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Main Elements of Devotion

Main Elements of Devotion Between 1928 – 1938, Jesus revealed to St. Faustina the new Devotion to Divine Mercy. He desired that there be a new Feast in honour of His Divine Mercy within the Church. He told her that, “This Feast emerged from the very depths of My...

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St. Faustina and Important Facts

St. Faustina and Important Facts After Saint Faustina’s final vows she was sent to the convent in Vilnius. She said, because of my frequent changes (to many different convents), I did not have a permanent spiritual director and I had great difficulty in speaking of...

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Biography of Fr. Sopocko

Biography of Fr. Sopocko Apostle of Divine Mercy, Servant of God Blessed Fr. Michael Sopocko, was the confessor and spiritual director to Sister Faustina. Through her mediation, he was directly involved with the mystery of the revelations given by Jesus in the message...

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What is this Divine Mercy Devotion? by Val Conlon

What is this Divine Mercy Devotion? by Val Conlon This is my understanding of why God gave us this message for our times “We all, like sheep, have gone astray, each of us has turned to his own way”.(Isaiah 53:6) Many people today have said to me they are not religious...

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