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Faustina

Apostle of Divine Mercy

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This edition was published in by Our Sunday Visitor

Written in English

208 pages

An ordinary Polish nun between the World Wars was granted extraordinary visions of God's mercy. Saint Faustina never wavered in her faith in that revelation. In this popular biography of Saint Faustina, Catherine M. Odell draws on Faustina's diary and many other sources to present this fascinating and inspiring life story of this remarkable young woman whose divinely inspired revelations and mystical experiences have touched thousands of lives and formed the basis for the worldwide Divine Mercy Movement. Includes photographs.

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Faustina: Apostle of Divine Mercy
September 1998, Our Sunday Visitor
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Faustina: apostle of Divine Mercy
1998, Our Sunday Visitor, Inc.
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Faustina

First published in 1998



First Sentence

"Right after dawn, on August 26, 1905, thirty-seven-year-old Stanislaus Kowalski let his wooden cottage door slam behind him."

Work Description

An ordinary Polish nun between the World Wars was granted extraordinary visions of God's mercy. Saint Faustina never wavered in her faith in that revelation. In this popular biography of Saint Faustina, Catherine M. Odell draws on Faustina's diary and many other sources to present this fascinating and inspiring life story of this remarkable young woman whose divinely inspired revelations and mystical experiences have touched thousands of lives and formed the basis for the worldwide Divine Mercy Movement. Includes photographs.

Classifications

Library of Congress BX4700.F175 O34 1998
Dewey 271/.9202, B

Faustina

Apostle of Divine Mercy

This edition was published in by Our Sunday Visitor


First Sentence

"Right after dawn, on August 26, 1905, thirty-seven-year-old Stanislaus Kowalski let his wooden cottage door slam behind him."

The Physical Object

Format
Paperback
Number of pages
208
Dimensions
9.2 x 6 x 0.5 inches
Weight
10.6 ounces

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL8130734M
ISBN 10
0879739231
ISBN 13
9780879739232
OCLC/WorldCat
40062944
Library Thing
1319615
Goodreads
1057360

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