Spread the message of Divine Mercy delivered through Saint Faustina and destined for your torso.
This patron saint of mercy is so called through her unswerving commitment to the Lord's message of mercy. In 1931, after ardent efforts to follow her vocational call, Jesus revealed himself to St. Faustina Kowalska as the King of Divine Mercy. Jesus presented himself to Faustina wearing white robes with rays of scarlet and white emanating from his chest. Our Lord told Faustina to have this image of himself painted with the inscribed message, "Jesus I trust in You," along with the Sunday following Easter to be observed as Divine Mercy Sunday. Overcoming the obstacles of her own limitations, St. Faustina reached out to others to realize Jesus' revelation of Divine Mercy. At faustina-message.com, you can read Faustina's recorded revelations from sections of Her diary, which is dispersed today and provides insight into the endless mercy of Christ. St. Faustina lived her life as a conduit for God's sublime mercy, and we celebrate her life so that we too may convey His infinite mercy in the world.
Extend the testimony of St. Faustina Kowalska to others, regularly regain your inspiration from St. Faustina's example, or exercise generosity by giving a friend the gift of St. Faustina's witness to Christ and His Church with this That One Sheep shirt.