Blessed Fr. Sopocko

Peace and the Mercy of God

During the temporary ban of the Divine Mercy devotion, Blessed Michael Sopocko (St. Faustina's confessor) wrote for our Marian Helpers Bulletin.

The Benefits Obtained from the Virtue of Mercy

During the temporary ban of the Divine Mercy devotion, Bl. Michael Sopocko (St. Faustina's confessor) wrote for our Marian Helpers Bulletin. See his article on the benefits obtained from the virtue of mercy from our Jan.-March 1963 Bulletin here.

God's Mercy in the Mystery of the Incarnation

During the temporary ban of the Divine Mercy devotion, Blessed Michael Sopocko wrote for our Marian Helpers Bulletin. See his article from our October-December 1962 issue.

The Obligation of Mercy Towards Our Neighbor

During the temporary ban of the Divine Mercy devotion, Bl. Michael Sopocko (St. Faustina's confessor) wrote for our Marian Helpers Bulletin. See his article on the Obligation of Mercy towards our Neighbor from our July-Sept. 1962 Bulletin here.

The Love of Christ for Sinners

During the temporary ban of the Divine Mercy devotion, Bl. Michael Sopocko (St. Faustina's confessor) wrote for our Marian Helpers Bulletin. See his article on the love of Christ for sinners from our April-June, 1960 Bulletin here.

The 'Picture' of the Merciful Christ

During the temporary ban of the Divine Mercy devotion, Blessed Michael Sopocko (St. Faustina's confessor) wrote for our Marian Helpers Bulletin. See his article on the Divine Mercy Image from the Spring 1958 issue.

The Priest Who First Believed Faustina

"In the confessional it became apparent that she knew things that no one under normal circumstances could know about," says Fr. Seraphim.

'A Priest After My Own Heart '

Read the Diary passage that "is like a canonization by Jesus Himself" of Fr. Sopocko.

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