- 1 Why is St Faustina important?
- 2 What was the main message that Jesus told St Faustina?
- 3 What did St Faustina suffer from?
- 4 When did Jesus appear to St Faustina?
- 5 What are the Divine Mercy promises?
- 6 What did Faustina see?
- 7 What did St Faustina do?
- 8 Can the Divine Mercy prayer be said at any time?
- 9 Why do we pray the Divine Mercy?
- 10 Who painted the image of Divine Mercy?
- 11 What is the prayer for divine mercy?
- 12 What does the name Faustina mean?
- 13 What are the requirements for Divine Mercy Sunday?
Why is St Faustina important?
It has today become known as the most important place in the history of the Divine Mercy message and devotion. This is why Vilnius has become known as the “City of Divine Mercy.” It was where all of our Lord’s demands of St. Faustina in His message of Divine Mercy were finally realised.
What was the main message that Jesus told St Faustina?
Faustina wrote (Notebook 1, item 49) that Jesus told her that he wanted the Divine Mercy image to be “solemnly blessed” on the first Sunday after Easter; and that Sunday was to be the Feast of Mercy.
What did St Faustina suffer from?
Many of the great saints suffer like St. Faustina, who died of tuberculosis at age 33, suffering greatly in her final years.
When did Jesus appear to St Faustina?
Although the first and only apparition in Poland to Saint Faustina of Jesus as the Image of Divine Mercy, occurred on February 22, 1931 in Plock, Saint Faustina had several apparitions of Jesus as Divine Mercy in Vilnius, where she lived in a convent house where she was sent by the superiors of her religious community,
What are the Divine Mercy promises?
Speak to the world about My mercy; let all mankind recognize my unfathomable mercy. It is a sign for the end times; after it will come the day of justice. While there is still time, let them have recourse to the fount of my mercy; let them profit from the blood and water which gushed forth for them” ( Diary, 848).
What did Faustina see?
Saint Faustina saw visions of Heaven In addition to Saint Faustina’s visions of Christ’s Divine Mercy, the saint was also granted visions of the final resting place of Heaven. Writing about her experience viewing Heaven, the saint wrote: “I saw how all creatures give ceaseless praise and glory to God.
What did St Faustina do?
Her apparitions of Jesus Christ inspired the Roman Catholic devotion to the Divine Mercy and earned her the title of “Secretary of Divine Mercy”. With this priest’s help, Sister Faustina commissioned an artist to paint the first Divine Mercy image, based on her vision of Jesus.
Can the Divine Mercy prayer be said at any time?
According to Roman Catholic tradition, the chaplet may be said at any time, but it is said especially on Divine Mercy Sunday and Fridays at 3:00 PM.
Why do we pray the Divine Mercy?
Introduction to the Chaplet of Mercy. Jesus introduced the Chaplet of Divine Mercy through a vision granted to St. Faustina. The following day, as she entered the Chapel, Jesus spoke to her and explained that the main purpose of Chaplet of Divine Mercy is to appease the Just Anger of the Holy Trinity.
Who painted the image of Divine Mercy?
Eugene Kazimierowski was the artist who painted the first Image of Divine Mercy which currently hangs in the Shrine of Divine Mercy in Vilnius, Lithuania. He was born on November 11, 1873.
What is the prayer for divine mercy?
Hail Mary, full of grace. The Lord is with Thee. Blessed art Thou amongst women, and blessed is the fruit of Thy womb, Jesus. Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners, now, and at the hour of our death.
What does the name Faustina mean?
The name Faustina is a girl’s name of Spanish, Latin origin meaning “fortunate one”. A name with several distinguished namesakes: the wife of ancient Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius, a famous Italian opera singer, and two Catholic saints–making it both substantial and unusual.
What are the requirements for Divine Mercy Sunday?
In order to obtain a PARTIAL indulgence, the Faithful are required to pray, a legitimately approved invocation to our Merciful Lord Jesus (e.g. Merciful Jesus, I trust in you) with a contrite heart.
- Sacramental Confession,
- Eucharistic Communion,
- Prayer for the intentions of Our Holy Father, the Pope.