Despite Pope John Paul 2 promoting Devotion to Divine Mercy there are concerns about its origins and the reliability of its "saint" Sister Faustina.  Against the Bible which bans believing anything without three independent witnesses we just have her narcissistic word for the whole devotion being genuine.

On page 23 of her Diary, see the book Divine Mercy in My Soul, (The Diary of Sr. Faustina) we read the deranged "the host came out of the tabernacle and came to rest in my hands and I, with joy, placed it back in the tabernacle. This was repeated a second time, and I did the same thing. Despite this, it happened a third time" (Marian Press, Stockbridge, MA, 1987).

Against Catholic teaching that all will be judged and all have traces of sin she claims on page 168, “The moment I knelt down to cross out my own will, as the Lord had bid me to do, I heard this voice in my soul: From now on, do not fear God’s judgment, for you will not be judged.” (from Feb. 4, 1935).

Jesus allegedly singles her out as something special on page 176.  "You are a sweet grape and a chosen cluster; I want others to have a share in the juice that is flowing within you."  Sounds more like this is coming from her than Jesus.

On page 191, he continues in this vein, “For your sake I will withhold the hand which punishes; for your sake I will bless the Earth.” (see also page 378.)

Page 247, "And know this, too, my daughter: All creatures, whether they know it or not, and whether they want to or not, always fulfill my will… My daughter, if you wish, I will this instant create a new world, more beautiful than this one, and you will live there for the rest of your life."  Page 288, "That is why I am uniting myself with you so intimately as with no other creature."

Page 400, "I see your love so pure, purer than that of the angels, and all the more so because you keep fighting. For your sake I bless the world."

 Page 417, "Tell the Superior General to count on you as the most faithful daughter in the Order." Page 583, she says:

When I took the Messenger of the Sacred Heart into my hand and read the account of the canonization of St. Andrew Bobola, my soul was instantly filled with a great longing that our congregation, too, might have a saint and I wept like a child that there was no saint in our midst. And I said to the Lord, ‘I know your generosity, and yet it seems to me that you are less generous towards us.’ And I began again to weep like a little child. And the Lord Jesus said to me, ‘Don’t cry. You are that saint.’

The vanity of this woman is obvious.  Catholics do not take her as seriously as they want you to think for they do not treat her as another sinless Virgin Mary.  She was so vain that even if she had kept back the bits that flatter her instead of publishing them we could give her some respect.


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