On the 20th anniversary of the canonization of St. Faustina, the confessional used by the secretary and apostle of Divine Mercy for almost six years has returned to the Shrine of Divine Mercy in Krakow-Łagiewniki after renovation. It was a silent witness to the innermost secrets of her heart and her experiences of God’s merciful love. Her Diary is a record of the Saint’s many words about the greatness of this gift, which enables the weak and sinful man to meet merciful God through the ministry of a confessor priest. Jesus said: There the greatest miracles take place, are incessantly repeated. To avail oneself of this miracle, it is not necessary to go on a great pilgrimage or to carry out some external ceremony; it suffices to come with faith to the feet of My representative and to reveal to him one’s misery, and the miracle of Divine Mercy will be fully demonstrated. Were a soul like a decaying corpse, so that from a human standpoint, there would be no[hope of] restoration, and everything would already be lost, it is not so with God. The miracle of Divine Mercy restores that soul in full. Oh, how miserable are those who do not take advantage of the miracle of God’s mercy! You will call out in vain, but it will be too late (Diary, 1448). The confessional-relic will continue to serve the faithful in the convent chapel with the grace-famous Divine Mercy image and the tomb of St. Faustina, so that they may experience the incomprehensible merciful love of God here.