Releases

These releases, aimed to proclaim Divine Mercy, can be purchased in the Shrine of Divine Mercy, the House of St. Faustina, Catholic bookstores, and the Vilnius Center for Pilgrims.

“Dienoraštis. Dievo gailestingumas mano sieloje“ (“Diary: Divine Mercy in My Soul”)

St. Sister Faustina Kowalska
Publ. “Katalikų pasaulio leidiniai“, 2014.
Available in various bookstores.

Dienorastis

One of the most famous Catholic mystics from the last century, St. Faustina Kowalska kept a diary that has become an authentic document of Christian spirituality, excelling in its dogmatic religiosity with its originality, life, and passion for faith. In the diary, most of which was written in Vilnius, the experiences of her mystical communication with God draw back heaven’s veil and transmit the message of Divine Mercy to a world which was loved by author.

 

„Jėzau, pasitikiu Tavimi“ (“Jesus, I trust in You”)

Compiled by Jūratė Grabytė

Apie sventove

A comprehensive informational booklet about the Image of Divine Mercy, its travels, the Feast of Divine Mercy, St. Faustina, and her confessor and spiritual father Fr. Michael.

The booklet also contains contemplation on Divine Mercy by Fr. Julius Sasnauskas, O.F.M., and the Litany of Divine Mercy, Chaplet of Divine Mercy, and prayer of St. Faustina approved by His Eminence Audrys Juozas Cardinal Bačkis.

 

Kun. Henryk CIERESZKO
„Mykolas Sopočka, Dievo Gailestingumo Apaštalas“ (“Michael Sopoćko, Apsotle of Divine Mercy”)

Sopocko

A brief biography about a special priest of Vilnius from the last century based on his diary, testimonies of his contemporaries in the process of his beatification, and other memoirs. Fr. Michael Sopoćko (1888-1975) is known as the spiritual father of St. Faustina Kowalska who embodied the precepts of the Savior spoken through the visions to St. Faustina. For that to happen, Fr. Michael, a persistent son of Lithuania, needed to overcome many obstacles.

 

Stickers “Vilnius – city of Divine Mercy/ Jesus, I trust in You”

Libdukas

In English, Polish, and Lithuanian.

 

Bookmarks

Skrajute

 

Copies of the Image of Divine Mercy (various sizes):

Jezaus Gailestingumo paveikslas 2.