Pray with Saint Faustina - For 3 Months with Fr Sean Gough

Join us in prayer with Saint Faustina for three months! She will guide you to God's infinite love!

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From October 5th, the Feast day of Saint Faustina to January 5th, pray with Saint Faustina!

Receive God's love!

The Programme

Everyday for 3 months, receive:

  • A quote from Saint Faustina 📖
  • A meditation to accompany your prayer 🪔
  • A concluding prayer for you to depose your intentions 🙏

St Faustina and the Divine Mercy

Sr Maria Faustina Kowalska was a nun in Poland during the 1930s.  Saint John Paul II canonised Sr. Faustina in 2000 making her the "first saint of the new millennium." She came from a poor family received only three years of simple education.  For this reason she was given the humblest tasks in the convent.  Despite this Jesus chose her to give extraordinary revelations, which she compiled into a diary.  The best-selling diary of Saint Faustina, reveals God's loving message of Divine Mercy for our times.

The message contained in the diary is not new teaching of the Church, but a reminder of the message to trust in Jesus' endless mercy, and to live life mercifully toward others. Speaking of the importance of the message contained in her Diary, the Pope John Paul II called her "the great apostle of Divine Mercy in our time."

Father Sean Gough

Is a priest of the Archdiocese of Birmingham, United Kingdom. 

He has been ordained for three years and is assistant priest in the parish of St John the Evangelist, Banbury. 

He has a passion for evangelisation and loves to spread devotion to the Divine Mercy. 

To follow him on Twitter, click here.

Prayer from the retreat

Prayer to Saint Faustina by the Saint John Paul II

And you, Faustina, A gift of God to our time, a gift from the land of Poland to the whole Church, obtain for us an awareness of the depth of Divine Mercy; Help us to have a living experience of it and to bear witness to it among our brothers and sisters. May your message of light and hope spread throughout the world, spurring sinners to conversion, calming rivalries and hatred, and opening individuals and nations to the practice of brotherhood. Today, fixing our gaze with you on the Face of the Risen Christ, let us make our own your prayer of trusting abandonement and say with firm hope: ”Jesus, I trust in You!”. Amen