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Diary of Saint Maria Faustina Kowalska

The Book That Sparked the Divine Mercy Movement

The Diary chronicles God's message given through St. Faustina to the world to turn to His mercy. In it, we are reminded to trust the Divine Mercy in Jesus and seek His forgiveness. And as Christ is merciful, so, too, are we instructed to be merciful to others. The message of Divine Mercy has become an integral part of Catholic faith, including the celebration of the Feast of Divine Mercy on the Sunday after Easter.

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Send us your Random Deeds

Our Lord tells us through St. Faustina, "I demand from you deeds of mercy which are to arise out of love for Me" (Diary of St. Faustina, 742).

Do you have a Deed of Mercy to share — acts of love, big or small, things you've seen others do, things you've done? Send it to us!

A Random Deed of Mercy

A Friend for High Places

I'm inspired by the "Random Deeds" posted here, and I want to share a story of my own. I have a neighbor who is neighborly in the way God wants all of us to be neighborly. My neighbor must have seen me painting on the upper portion of my house last Tuesday. I was using a ladder. The following day he showed up with scaffolding — the kind you assemble that makes it much safer and easier to work in high places. "Use it for however long you need it," he told me. I was so appreciative of this. It's nice to know you have neighbors looking out for one another.

— Robert, Erie, Pa.

Thinking Inside the Box — I recently made a playhouse for my two grandchildren using a discarded cardboard... Read more

Food for Thought — It's been a great year for gardening and for thoughtful neighbors.... Read more

He Was No 'Bum' — Years ago, I was working as a nurse in a facility in western Massachusetts.... Read more

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