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St. faustina october 5, 2012

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Happy Feast Day Devotees of the Divine Mercy...today is the Memorial of the Secretary of the Divine Mercy...the first Saint of the Millenium St. Faustina Kowalska. …

Happy Feast Day Devotees of the Divine Mercy...today is the Memorial of the Secretary of the Divine Mercy...the first Saint of the Millenium St. Faustina Kowalska.

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  • 1. Saint Faustina wasborn in the 20th century,and canonized in theyear 2000. Jesus said toFaustina, "Today I amsending you with mymercy to the people ofthe whole world."
  • 2. On February 22, 1931,Jesus appeared toFaustina as the King ofDivine Mercy. He asked her to havea picture painted of himas she saw him — clothedin white, with red andwhite rays of lightstreaming from his heart.
  • 3. The rays represent theblood and water thatflowed from the side ofJesus on the cross. Underthe image are the words,"Jesus, I trust in you.“
  • 4. Faustina wascanonized by the firstPolish pope, John PaulII, on April 30, 2000. The first Sundayafter Easter was declaredDivine Mercy Sunday.