The Message of Divine Mercy 

"MANKIND WILL NOT HAVE PEACE UNTIL IT TURNS WITH TRUST TO MY MERCY”
(Diary, 300)

“On the Cross, the fountain of My mercy  was opened wide by the lance for all souls – no one have I excluded!” (Diary, 1182).  

To pass on the message of Divine Mercy addressed to the entire world, the Merciful God chose and shaped two Apostles of God’s love: Saint Faustina Kowalska and the Blessed Michael Sopocko. And even though they tried to fulfil their mission with heroic zeal, they did not live to receive credit for it. Instead, they received sanctity and eternal remembrance. This book presents the events connected with that mission without any interpretation to give the reader the opportunity for his own reflection over the way of understanding them.

This publication, in addition to the extensive fragments of the “Diary” of Saint Faustina, contains three less known but very important and interesting aspects of the Divine Mercy Message:     selected fragments of the works of the Blessed Michael Sopocko, which justify the theological need to spread the Divine Mercy Message    the unknown story of the first image of the Merciful Jesus painted in Vilnius (Lithuania) in 1934, and its remarkable rescues during the war and post-war years     the history of the Congregation of the Sisters of Merciful Jesus founded at the request of the Lord Jesus by the Blessed Sopocko, spiritual director of Saint Faustina.

„Reading these texts makes us realize that God shows incredible determination in repeating that He is Mercy – an unconditional love, completely undeserved by us, precedent to any of our good deeds”. ​ 

Grzegorz Ryś
Metropolitan Archbishop of Łódź, Poland 
Fragment of the Preface 

JESUS I TRUST IN YOU. LOVE AND MERCY
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THE GIFT OF MERCY - THE TESTIMONY
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Perpetual adoration at the Sanctuary of the Divine Mercy in Vilnius  

“I promise that the soul that will venerate this Image will not perish. I also promise victory over its enemies here on Earth, especially at the hour of death” (Diary, 47). 

“By means of this Image I shall be granting many graces, so let every soul have access to it” (Diary, 570).