"Jesus's message of Divine Mercy and the devotions associated with it have reached to the ends of the earth in a remarkably short time.
Yet, from the very beginning of the spread of this message at the onset of World War II, hardly anything was known about Sr. Faustina Kowalska. There was little information about her life and origins even after the publication of her Diary in 1981, which was quickly recognized as one of the greatest works of Christian mysticism in the 20th century.
Who was this humble, obscure, and unlettered religious sister, who ranked fifth among the 100 greatest Catholics of the 20th century in a 1999 newspaper survey conducted on the eve of her canonization? Now, this monumental biography provides a superabundance of information and photos that will satisfy the desire of many souls, including thousands of Divine Mercy devotees."
-Fr. Seraphim Michalenko, MIC
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