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Diary of Saint Maria Faustina Kowalska: Divine Mercy in My Soul Leather Bound – March 1, 2008
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I wish solemnly to entrust the world to Divine Mercy. I do so with the burning desire that the message of God's merciful love, proclaimed here through St. Faustina, may be made known to all the peoples of the earth and fill their hearts with hope. --Pope John Paul II, Consecration homily at the International Shrine of The Divine Mercy in Laqiewniki, Poland.
"I wish solemnly to entrust the world to Divine Mercy. I do so with the burning desire that the message of God's merciful love, proclaimed here through St. Faustina, may be made known to all the peoples of the earth and fill their hearts with hope." Pope John Paul II, Consecration homily at the International Shrine of The Divine Mercy in Laqiewniki, Poland.
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I came back to it several times over the years, and always found much to intrigue, inspire and challenge me. I found it again in a Eucharistic Adoration chapel a few months ago, and bought it for myself after using it to great effect in prayer in front of the Blessed Sacrament exposed. At this point, in my sixth decade of life, with classic Catholicism in full bloom wherever I look, I am finding it a wonderful book to deepen my knowledge of and relationship with Christ. I highly recommend it to Christians, especially Catholics, of all ages. When I first picked the book up in the 80's, Eucharistic Adoration was a dream from the past, as were novenas, the rosary, Benediction, and other devotions and practices of my childhood. Today's younger Catholics are fortunate to once again have ready access to all of the traditional and classic modes of prayer and devotion that have nourished the Catholic faithful over the centuries. This book was made for the ages -- and the Divine Mercy is now coming into Its own.
Long story short, I'm so glad I did. It's extremely encouraging and overwhelming to see Faustina's testimony in her own words, and this book is absolutely beautiful. It even smells good. Anyone, Catholic or Protestant, who wants to delve into God's great mercy will like this. Even if someone doesn't agree with all Catholic doctrine, it's still awesome to see an example of God using someone many would consider "the least of these."
read or speed read through with the purpose of extracting the subtle tone of the writer's interior feelings and thoughts. It is a translation and has
been edited . To read this quickly without the intention of returning and reading it slowly through is a mistake (in my opinion) . I read it long ago
in 2005 and was very impressed by it, although, it would have been useless to me if I had not, first, seen the dramatized life of the saint and understood both her childhood circumstances which give background to her sweet Diary writings, which she wrote in her own handwriting , in her own way, in some notebooks, for the purpose of her own spiritual growth. After her death,these writings were collected, put in order and nicely bound for the edification of us all. Her schooling was perhaps not up to the standard of expression for public consumption but the diary were her own writings in a notebook expressing her feelings as a Sister in a convent in Poland. It is a great source of inspiration to read and I warmly recommend it .