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Advent is approaching, Sister Faustina wrote in her Diary. I want to prepare my heart for the coming of the Lord Jesus by silence and recollection of spirit, uniting myself with the Most Holy Mother and faithfully imitating Her virtue of silence, by which She found pleasure in the eyes of God Himself.  I trust that, by Her side, I will persevere in this resolution (Diary, 1398). This year, the first Sunday of Advent falls on 28th of November. Liturgically, Advent and the new year in the liturgy of the Church begins with vespers on November 27th. It constitutes a time of joyful anticipation of Christmas, spiritual preparation for this holiday and for the second coming of Christ on Earth, in addition to building our sensitivity to His everyday coming to us here and now, as St. Faustina did, through exercise in silence and recollection of spirit. The joy of experiencing the mystery of faith which tells us of the birth of the Son of God in human flesh, Mercy Incarnate, depends on this expectation and spiritual preparation.

The plan for Young Women’s Retreats scheduled until June 2022 is now accessible at www.faustyna.pl. The meetings will be organized at the convents of the Congregation of the Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy in Warsaw, Plock, Częstochowa, Krakow and Gdańsk. The topics to be covered during these spiritual recollections will be very interesting and relevant to the needs of today’s youth, drawing from the treasury of the Holy Bible and the spiritual heritage of Sister Faustina. Priests and Sisters of the Congregation of Our Lady of Mercy will provide the retreats.

People from many countries of the world participating in the work of the Perpetual Chaplet of Divine Mercy are praying not only in their own intentions, but also asking for “mercy on us and the whole world”. Specific intention for November: for the coronavirus pandemic to end, for the necessary graces for the sick, the dying and the medical personnel, as well as for the joy of heaven for the deceased.

The work of Perpetual Chaplet is a response to the request of Jesus to constantly implore for mercy “for us and the whole world”. The work has been operated by the Congregation of the Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy at: www.faustyna.pl since 2011. Anyone can participate in it by filling out a short form and declare to say the Chaplet of Divine Mercy, which Jesus dictated to St. Faustinaat least once.

Every evening in November, the Rosary for the Dead is prayed in the chapel with the image of the Merciful Jesus and the tomb of St. Faustina at the Shrine in Krakow-Łagiewniki, as well as in all other chapels of the Congregation. Praying the Rosary with others in a church, a public chapel, with your family, or in a religious community or pious organization can gain you a plenary indulgence under the usual conditions. In Poland a plenary indulgence can also be obtained by reciting the Chaplet of Divine Mercy. Prayer is a great good that those still living on Earth can offer to those who have already departed from it and are expecting our aid, as they cannot help themselves anymore. Mercy rendered to the dead, like any good done to others, is also the wealth of those who practice it.

On November 22nd, at the John Paul II National Shrine in Washington, D.C., the already-traditional monthly Evening with Merciful Jesus will take place at 7 pm. This time, we will be celebrating an anniversary: 5 years of the Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy in Washington, D.C.  Sister Gaudia Skass will share the story of how the Sisters and their guests have continued to give witness of the merciful love of God by word and life sharing the message of Mercy with which God is calling us to follow the way of trust in Him and of an active attitude of love towards our fellow human beings. After the prayers, the participants are invited to a Thanksgiving dinner with traditional American dishes. Those who cannot connect with us personally on that evening are invited to join by the live online video streaming on the Shrine’s fan page at https://www.facebook.com/JP2Shrine or YouTube channel at: https://www.youtube.com/c/SaintJohnPaulIINationalShrine

Dopo un’intervallo delle vacanze, il 22 novembre, alle ore 19.00,  nel Santuario della Divina Misericordia a Cracovia-Łagiewniki, nella cappella con l’Immagine Miracolosa di Gesu Misericordioso e presso la tomba di santa Faustina, si svolgerà l’incontro, come di solito, dei giovani. In quest’anno, le sorelle ed i partecipanti sono guidate le parole: „Vieni e abbi fiducia”. I giovani affideranno a Dio misericordioso i problemi difficili della Chiesa, del mondo ed i problemi personali. Sarebbe anche una preparazione spirituale all’anniversario di 20 anni dell’Atto di consacrazione del mondo alla Divina Misericordia, pronunciato dal santo Gioavvni Paolo II,  il 17 agosto del 2002.

On November 15-18, at the Shrine of Divine Mercy in Krakow-Łagiewniki, a retreat for priests focused on divine and human mercy will take place. It will be led by biblical scholar Fr. Prof. Wojciech Węgrzyniak, lecturer at the Pontifical University of John Paul II, retreatist and spiritual director. A conference about St. Sister Faustina’s view on human mercy will be delivered and by Sr. M. Elżbieta Siepak from the Krakow community of the Congregation of Our Lady of Mercy. She will also answer any follow-up questions. The organizer of the retreat is the Faustinum Association Apostles of Divine Mercy. For more information visit: www.faustinum.pl

Such is the title of the 24th episode of our short film clip series about the Message of Mercy from Jesus, based on the Diary of Sister Faustina. Every episode contains a dialog between Jesus and St. Faustina. In this episode, Jesus is saying: “Oh, if only sinners knew My mercy, they would not be perishing in such large numbers. Tell sinful souls not to be afraid to come to Me, tell them of My great mercy” (Diary, 1396). Saint Faustina responds. “Let no one doubt in the goodness of God; even if his sins should be as black as night, God’s mercy is stronger than our wretchedness. All the sinner needs to do is to leave the door to his heart just a little ajar for the ray of grace of Divine mercy to enter, and God will do the rest” (Diary, 1507).

The script for a series of short films featuring Jesus’ message of mercy was written by Sr. M. Elżbieta Siepak, ISMM. This message reveals God’s merciful love and calls us to respond to it with an attitude of trust in God, that is, by doing His will, and by doing good to others through deeds, words and prayer. The narrators are Adam Woronowicz and Aleksandra Posielężna, and the music was written by the Krakow composed and musician, Paweł Bębenek. The one-minute film clips with beautiful outdoor scenes are produced by the Congregation of the Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy in cooperation with TVP. You can watch them all on you YouTube channel: Faustina.pl.

November is a special month of acting out of mercy towards the dead, whose souls are maturing in Purgatory to fully experience love. Saint Faustina visited that place in her mystical experiences and described it in the Diary: … I saw my Guardian Angel, who ordered me to follow him. In a moment I was in a misty place full of fire in which there was a great crowd of suffering souls. They were praying fervently, but to no avail, for themselves; only we can come to their aid. The flames which were burning them did not touch me at all. My Guardian Angel did not leave me for an instant. I asked these souls what their greatest suffering was. They answered me in one voice that their greatest torment was longing for God. I saw Our Lady visiting the souls in Purgatory. The souls call her ‘The Star of the Sea’. She brings them refreshment. I wanted to talk with them some more, but my Guardian Angel beckoned me to leave. We went out of that prison of suffering. [I heard and interior voice] which said, My mercy does not want this, but justice demands it (Diary, 20).

 

Sister Faustina put this question to her deceased sisters while walking by the convent’s cemetery in Krakow-Łagiewniki. She received the following answer: We are happy in the measure that we have fulfilled God’s will (Diary, 515 and 518). Afterwards, the Saint meditated at length on how she was fulfilling the will of God and how she was using the time of her earthly life. This is something to think about when we visit the graves of our loved ones at this time of the year. Every cemetery contains unusual life stories of many people and at the same time it reminds us of the transience of human life, provoking thoughts on its meaning and purpose. Through the life of St. Faustina and her mystical experience, God, who wants happiness for every human being in both this and eternal life, reminds us in a powerful way where happiness lies and how to achieve it.

On November 14th , Sr. Weronika, Sr. Paschalisa and Sr. Barbara from the convent of the Congregation of the Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy in Płock will be sharing the message of Mercy recorded in the Diary of Sister Faustina and her spiritual heritage with the faithful of the parish of Divine Mercy in Pułtusk. The parish belongs to the Diocese of Płock. It was founded in 1992. The parish also runs the Faustynka Nonpublic Catholic Kindergarten.

On Sunday, November 14th, there will be a solemn introduction of the relics of St. Faustina in the Church of St. Stefan in Lipnica Mała in the Archdiocese of Kraków. At all the parish Masses on that day, the spiritual heritage of the Apostle of Divine Mercy that is recorded in her “Diary”, especially the message of Mercy, will be shared by Sr. Zacheusza from the Congregation of Our Lady of Mercy from the Shrine of Divine Mercy in Kraków-Łagiewniki.

Such is the title of the 23th episode of our short film clip series about the Message of Mercy from Jesus, based on the Diary of Sister Faustina. Every episode contains a dialog between Jesus and St. Faustina. In this episode, Jesus is saying: “If a soul does not accomplish any kind of mercy at all, it will not receive My mercy on the day of judgement” (Diary, 1317). Saint Faustina responds. “I desire to be transformed completely into Your mercy and be a living reflection of You, O Lord; may God’s greatest attribute, His unfathomed mercy, pass through my heart and soul onto my neighbours” (Diary, 163).

The script for a series of short films featuring Jesus’ message of mercy was written by Sr. M. Elżbieta Siepak, ISMM. This message reveals God’s merciful love and calls us to respond to it with an attitude of trust in God, that is, by doing His will, and by doing good to others through deeds, words and prayer. The narrators are Adam Woronowicz and Aleksandra Posielężna, and the music was written by the Krakow composed and musician, Paweł Bębenek. The one-minute film clips with beautiful outdoor scenes are produced by the Congregation of the Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy in cooperation with TVP. You can watch them all on you YouTube channel: Faustina.pl.

On November 12th, a celebration of thanksgiving for 30 years of devotion to Divine Mercy in the parish of St. Mary Immaculate in Nowy Sącz. At 3 p.m., prayer at the Hour of Mercy and the Chaplet of Divine Mercy will be prayed, followed by a lecture on the history of the Divine Mercy devotion in this parish community. At 5.30 p.m., prayer of the rosary for deceased devotees of Divine Mercy is planned, followed by Holy Mass presided over by Fr. Marek Wójtowicz S.J., Faustinum ecclesiastical assistant in the Association of Apostles of Divine Mercy, and adoration of Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament. The thanksgiving is organized by the first legally established Faustinum community in Nowy Sącz.

On November 8, as on every eighth day of the month, the community of the Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy in Gdansk, Częstochowa, Kalisz and Kiekrz will support married couples praying for offspring. 736 of them are already expecting children, with many more already enjoying parenthood. Intentions asking for prayer for this purpose (names of married couples) can be sent by email at: www.modlitwaopotomstwo.pl.

The community of people praying for children led by Fr. Andrzej Wiecki and sisters of the Gdańsk community of the Congregation of Our Lady of Mercy cordially invite married couples trying to conceive to Adoration of Merciful Jesus with a prayer for healing, which will take place on November 8 at 7.30 pm at the shrine of the Pregnant Holy Mother in Matemblewo. Live stream: www.facebook.com/modlitwaopotomstwo 

Sr. Gaudia and Sr. Inga of the Washington community of the Congregation of Our Lady of Mercy, with the help of priests and catechists, will deliver a retreat for young women of the Neocatechumenal Way from November 5-7 at Camp Cho-Yeh, in Livingston, Texas. The retreat will be attended by girls who are actively discerning their vocation to religious life and those who want to deepen their friendship with God. In addition to Holy Mass, adoration of Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament and other prayers are planned, on top of lectures, spiritual direction, confession, and time for recreation, campfire, etc. The initiative was born out of a meeting at the National Shrine of St. John Paul II a few months ago when the youth were there on pilgrimage.

Ja zawsze jestem z tobą (I am with you) is the title of the music CD just published by the Misericordia publishing company, with songs that Sisters of the Congregation of Our Lady of Mercy and St. Faustina would like to share with you as their experience of the merciful love of God, praise the Lord and encourage you to trust the One who is Love and Mercy. The lyrics and music were written by Sr. Emanuela Gemza from the convent of the Shrine of Divine Mercy in Krakow-Łagiewniki. She confessed, that the songs were created while praying the Gospel and the Diary of St. Faustina. The arrangements were prepared by the Krakow composer Hubert Kowalski, who also supervised the recording of the album. The CD, sold with a booklet with a message from the Diary, can be purchased from the Łagiewniki Shrine Misericordia store, including its online version at www.misericordia.faustyna.pl.

The first day of November is celebrated in the Congregation of the Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy as the day when the Church pays homage to all the Saints and, additionally, as the anniversary of the establishment of the Congregation in Poland. On this day, in 1862,  Archbishop Zygmunt Szczęsny Feliński consecrated the first chapel and House of Mercy in Warsaw at ul. Żytnia. On this day, the sisters refer especially to the early history of their Congregation. They commemorate its founder, Countess Teresa Ewa Potocka nee Sułkowska, who accepted the invitation of Archbishop Szczęsny Feliński and came to Warsaw to aid “fallen” women in returning to a life of dignity, and to establish a house for them inspired by the House of Mercy in Laval (France), which became the model for their apostolic work and religious life. Together with the Church, the sisters also revere all those who have achieved the goal of their lives: eternal union with God. These saints also include the Divine Mercy apostle, Sr. Faustina Kowalska, raised to the altars as a saint and known all over the world. Saint Faustina was the spiritual co-founder of the Congregation, along with St. Archbishop Zygmunt Szczęsny Feliński and the deceased sisters, pupils and Divine Mercy apostles who were members of the association “Faustinum” and who participated in the mission of the Congregation by making the merciful love of God present in the world through their lives, deeds, words and prayers. The sisters in all the convents their gratitude for the Congregation’s past, entrusting its present and future to God’s mercy, so that all Divine plans for it are fulfilled.

On the Feast of All Saints, the Church honors those raised to the altars, known by name and biography, but also all the priests, other consecrated persons and lay faithful who have reached the goal of human life that is eternal union with God in love. There are more saints who live among us than there may seem to be. One piece of evidence for this is the history of the Congregation of the Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy, which has been intertwined with the lives of many unusual people, in addition to St. Faustina Kowalska. Throughout the over 150-year-long existence and activity of the Congregation, some of these individuals were raised to the glory of the altars by the Church. They include Archbishop Zygmunt Szczęsny Feliński, who was a co-founder of the Congregation; Pope St. John Paul II, who visited Łagiewniki so often and has done so much for the mission of Mercy; Bl. Julian Nowowiejski, the Bishop who invited the sisters to Płock and who wrote the first history of the Congregation; Bl. Jan Balicki, who initiated the Congregation’s works in Przemyśl and served the sisters and their pupils for three years; Bl. Maria Karwowska, who spent her formation period in the Łagiewniki convent and Bl. Michael Sopoćko, the Vilnius confessor of the convent on the Antokol and spiritual director of St. Faustina. The following are included as candidates for sainthood: the fathers who served as confessors to the convent in Krakow-Łagiewniki: the servant of God Fr. Wojciech Baudiss, S.J.; Fr. Bernard Łubieński (Redemptorist); Fr. Stanisław Bednarski, S.J.; Fr. Stanisław Podoleński, S.J.; Fr. Marian Morawski, S.J.; Fr. Józef Cyrek, S.J.; or the servant of God Fr. Jacek Woroniecki, O.P., the author of The Mystery of Divine Mercy, which was copied from the original manuscript by the sisters in Łagiewniki. This list of saints, blessed and servants of the Lord is much longer, particularly because it can include individuals who did not cooperate with the Congregation permanently, but had a different type of relationship with it. Today, too, saints are among us. They are the people fascinated by the merciful love of Jesus, who participate in His life and His mission to reveal the mystery of Divine Mercy to the world.

The Shrine in Łagiewniki has one of Krakow’s oldest cemeteries. It is a religious cemetery established in the late 19th century in the back of the former garden of the Congregation of the Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy. Here lie the remains of sisters, chaplains, pupils and other persons connected with the convent in Łagiewniki. Also the body of St. Faustina used to be buried here for 28 years. Another Sister who was interred here is Sr. Faustina’s Superior General, Mother Michael Moraczewska. Others include Sr. Kaliksta Piekarczyk who devoted her life for the intention of saving Krakow during World War II, Mother Ksawera Olszamowska who offered hers for the intention of establishment of the Feast of Divine Mercy in the Church and the message of Mercy, along with many sisters who offered up their daily lives for different intentions. The Convent’s cemetery is right outside the southern wall of the basilica in the Łagiewniki Shrine and is often visited by pilgrims. Near the eastern wall of the basilica, there is a military cemetery from the time of WWI. No individual graves are found here. Instead, there is a large cross and an obelisk with a plaque which says that 266 soldiers from 15 European countries are buried in this place. During the Great War, part of the Congregation’s garden was converted into a large military hospital for over 1,000 patients. It had several temporary wards, where soldiers of different nationalities were treated for typhoid fever, cholera, dysentery, pox and scarlet fever – in other words, infectious diseases. Some of the soldiers who could not be saved died in this hospital, which was why they were buried in the cemetery outside the Convent’s wall.

The beautiful tradition of celebrating rosary devotions in October is deeply ingrained in the religious life of the Church in Poland. The devotions are held in every church and in many chapels. In the Shrine of Divine Mercy, the devotion is celebrated in the Convent’s chapel with the miraculous image of Merciful Jesus and the tomb of St. Faustina, every day at 07:00 pm and at 06:30 pm on Sundays, public holidays and the first Friday of the month. In order to pray the rosary in Krakow-Łagiewniki, you can also join in the on-line transmission. Rosary meditations in the spirit of the Divine Mercy and human mercy (including the writings of St. Faustina) are also available in our Misericordia store at the Łagiewniki Shrine and on our website: www.faustyna.pl

People from many countries of the world participating in the work of the Perpetual Chaplet of Divine Mercy are praying not only in their own intentions, but also asking for “mercy on us and the whole world”. Specific intention for October: for faith and love in families and for the reconciliation of marriages broken and in crisis.

The work of Perpetual Chaplet is a response to the request of Jesus to constantly implore for mercy “for us and the whole world”. The work has been operated by the Congregation of the Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy at: www.faustyna.pl since 2011. Anyone can participate in it by filling out a short form and declare to say the Chaplet of Divine Mercy, which Jesus dictated to St. Faustinaat least once.

Every day, over 100,000 people die in the world; every minute, 11 people die of hunger alone. There is no moment when someone does not leave this world. Now, in the autumn-winter period and with the next wave of the pandemic, we have more submissions for the „Chaplet for the Dying,” and so more people are needed to help them. This prayer is the greatest gift we can give them, especially now that they are dying alone, when they cannot be accompanied by their loved ones or any family member. Those who pray for the dying accumulate for themselves treasures of eternal value. And you only need 10 minutes to say the Chaplet of Divine Mercy on the chosen day and hour of vigil for the intention of the dying person. The entry form for the cause is available at: www.faustyna.pl. Persons living outside Poland can participate in this cause by receiving notifications about the dying person only by e-mail. The „Chaplet for the Dying” is led by the Congregation of the Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy at the Shrine in Kraków-Łagiewniki.

The Płock Shrine of Divine Mercy has launched a prayerful action of thanksgiving for the revelation of the Divine Mercy image to Sister Faustina at their convent. The thanksgiving consists in reciting the Chaplets of Divine Mercy 91 times before 22 February 2022. The prayer can be recited at any time, and in any place. Feel welcome to see the journal available at www.milosierdzieplock.pl. You can write your prayerful intention in it along with dates and places to say the Chaplet. You can bring your journal to the Shrine or send it by mail to the Congregation of the Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy in Płock (you will find the address in your journal) before 22 February 2022. The journals will be laid at the feet of the Merciful Lord during a solemn service on the 91st anniversary of the Divine Mercy Image revelation, 22 February 2022.

Such is the title of the 22th episode of our short film clip series about the Message of Mercy from Jesus, based on the Diary of Sister Faustina. Every episode contains a dialog between Jesus and St. Faustina. In this episode, Jesus is saying: “I am giving you three ways of performing mercy to your neighbours: first, by deed; second, by word; and third, by prayer; these three levels cover the full scope of mercy, and it is unshakeable evidence that a soul loves Me” (Diary, 742). Saint Faustina responds. “I am learning how to be good from Jesus, from the One Who is goodness itself, so that I may be called a daughter of the Heavenly Father. All that Jesus did, He did it well. He went about doing good” (Diary, 669.1175).

The script for a series of short films featuring Jesus’ message of mercy was written by Sr. M. Elżbieta Siepak, ISMM. This message reveals God’s merciful love and calls us to respond to it with an attitude of trust in God, that is, by doing His will, and by doing good to others through deeds, words and prayer. The narrators are Adam Woronowicz and Aleksandra Posielężna, and the music was written by the Krakow composed and musician, Paweł Bębenek. The one-minute film clips with beautiful outdoor scenes are produced by the Congregation of the Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy in cooperation with TVP. You can watch them all on you YouTube channel: Faustina.pl.

Until recently, all the publications concerning the Shrine of Divine Mercy in Krakow-Łagiewniki, the Image of Divine Mercy and the tomb of St. Faustina features a mention of an “unknown artist from Przemyśl”, who designed and crafted the main altar. Recently in the collection of the Dąbrowski family from Żołynia sketches and a design of the altar were found, the author of which – as it turns out – was Ferdynand Majerski and his son Stanisław.

The main altar of the Łagiewniki Shrine is constructed in the Neo-Gothic style, with pinnacles and three semicircular niches. The central one holds a figure of Our Lady of Mercy, the main Patroness of the Congregation of the Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy, against a blue background with stars. On the left, a statue of Stanislaus Kostka, the patron saint of students has been placed, due to the fact that the convent maintains a novitiate. On the right, you can see a statue of Mary Magdalene, the patroness of moral transformation and the apostolic work that the Sisters are involved in. The altar is beautifully designed and crafted with thoughtfully symbolic tabernacle and mensa, and the rich gilding and ornamentation.

The altar can be viewed daily in an online broadcast at www.faustyna.pl in all 7 language versions, in the Faustyna.pl mobile application, and during the television broadcasting at the Hour of Mercy and Chaplet on TVP3 (3 pm-3.20 pm).

It is extraordinary that after so many years the historical riddle has been solved thanks to the research conducted by Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw, and its initiator Magdalena Kątnik Kowalska, director of the Communal Cultural Center in Żołynia and co-owner of the Dąbrowski house.

On October 15-24, at the Shrine of Divine Mercy in Krakow-Łagiewniki, a 10-day Retreat for Poles will be preached by bishops before the 5th anniversary of the Act of Acceptance of Jesus Christ as King and Lord. It will be inaugurated by a Holy Mass and conference of Bishop Leszek Leszkiewicz from the Tarnów Diocese, which will be celebrated in the Divine Mercy Basilica at 3 pm. In the following days, Masses and sermons will be offered at 6 p.m. each day, preceded by prayer of the rosary. The retreat will conclude on Sunday, October 24, with the 12:00 p.m. Mass presided over by Stanisław Cardinal Dziwisz. Online broadcasting will be available at the Shrine’s Rectorate website, www.milosierdzie.pl.

The SYCHAR Community of Difficult Marriages invites you to the retreat titled Encounters at the Well – Towards a New Life, which will take place in the Shrine of Divine Mercy in Krakow-Łagiewniki on 22-24 October (from Friday to Sunday) from 5pm to 7pm in the Chapel of St. Faustina in the lower Basilica. It will be led by Fr. Marcin Ciunel, Rector of the Saletine Theological Seminary.

Such is the title of the 21th episode of our short film clip series about the Message of Mercy from Jesus, based on the Diary of Sister Faustina. Every episode contains a dialog between Jesus and St. Faustina. In this episode, Jesus is saying: “I require you to make acts of mercy, which are to come from your love for Me. You are always and everywhere to show mercy unto your neighbours; you may not withdraw, excuse or absolve yourself from this” (Diary, 742). Saint Faustina responds. “ O Jesus, teach me to open up the depths of love and mercy for all who ask me for this. Teach me how to make all my prayers and deeds bear the seal of Your mercy” (Diary, 755).

The script for a series of short films featuring Jesus’ message of mercy was written by Sr. M. Elżbieta Siepak, ISMM. This message reveals God’s merciful love and calls us to respond to it with an attitude of trust in God, that is, by doing His will, and by doing good to others through deeds, words and prayer. The narrators are Adam Woronowicz and Aleksandra Posielężna, and the music was written by the Krakow composed and musician, Paweł Bębenek. The one-minute film clips with beautiful outdoor scenes are produced by the Congregation of the Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy in cooperation with TVP. You can watch them all on you YouTube channel: Faustina.pl.