In 1931, Jesus appeared to a Polish nun named Sister Faustina. She recounted the event in her diary: “Jesus said to me, ‘Paint an image according to the pattern you see, with the inscription: Jesus, I trust in You… Every soul believing and trusting in My Mercy will obtain it.’” To this day, the message has garnered immense devotion. Understanding Jesus’ desire for the world to grasp the depths of God’s mercy, Pope John Paul II declared that Divine Mercy Sunday woud be celebrated by the Church every year one week after Easter.

Patron saint of:
Divine Mercy

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  • St. Faustina Charm

    Verified User Sep 23rd 2021

    Verified User Sep 23rd 2021

St. Faustina Charm

  • A durable, colorful charm of St. Faustina that can be clipped onto almost anything
  • The perfect way to keep your favorite saints with you wherever you go
  • Tiny Saints aims to deliver joy through their art and products
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