Diary: Divine Mercy in My Soul

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Diary: Divine Mercy in My Soul is a book by Faustyna Kowalska, now a Roman Catholic saint.[1] The book is based on the contents of her diary from 1934 until her death, in 1938.[2]

The handwritten pages of Kowalska's diary turned into about 700 printed pages and were published as the book Diary: Divine Mercy in My Soul.[2] The book reflects her thoughts, prayers and her reported visions and conversations with Jesus on Divine Mercy.[2] Kowalska's Vatican biography quotes some of her reported conversations with Jesus from her diary.[3]

See also


  1. ^ Saints of the Jubilee by Tim Drake 2002 ISBN 978-1-4033-1009-5 pp. 85-95
  2. ^ a b c A Divine Mercy Resource by Richard Torretto 2010 ISBN 1-4502-3236-1 pp. 84-85
  3. ^ Vatican biography of Faustina Kowalska


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