Graces Received!

Saint Faustina wrote, "I feel certain that my mission will not come to an end upon my death, but will begin. O doubting souls, I will draw aside for you the veils of heaven to convince you of God's goodness, so that you will no longer continue to wound with your distrust the sweetest Heart of Jesus" (Diary of St. Faustina, 281).

Many readers of this website have reported graces and favors received through St. Faustina's intercession. Here is one we'd like to share with you. Please feel free to share your own in the comments section below:

An acquaintance of mine shared with me in July the message and devotion of The Divine Mercy. It didn't take long for me to put it into practice.

Later that week, the woman who was the boss of all three of my children for their first real jobs was close to death. My daughter came home after work to say, "They don't think Merry is going to make it. She wouldn't wake up." Merry had bone and lung cancer.

I had just read about praying the Chaplet of The Divine Mercy for the sick and dying. I went to my room and prayed the Chaplet for Merry. Early the next morning, we got the phone call that Merry had passed. The next day, we went to the funeral home, and I got goose bumps all over when I noticed that on the memorial card was the image of The Divine Mercy! I couldn't tell the family fast enough that I was sure their mother was already in heaven.

No THING is by chance. I'm sure God was validating my prayers and letting me know I should continue and share Divine Mercy with others. I'm hooked and want to share it with everyone.

- FK, e-mail

P.S. I shared the Chaplet with a friend at work, after telling her I set the alarm on my cell phone to ring at three so that I may pray. She joined me in prayer yesterday. Today, she prayed in her own room (we are teachers, the students were gone already) and said she felt peace, and the pain in her legs went away!

Below, please share your own reports of graces received through St. Faustina's intercession!


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