Pope Francis will visit the Shrine of Divine Mercy on July 30st. The Holy Father will pray in the chapel of the convent in front of the miracle-famous Divine Mercy Image and the tomb of St. Faustina, in the presence of the sisters of the Congregation of Our Lady of Mercy, and then in the basilica during Holy Mass, where he will meet with clergy. The meeting will be the fulfilment of the desires of St. Faustina, who wrote in her Diary: I desire to go throughout the whole world and speak to souls about the great mercy of God. Priests, help me in this; use the strongest words [at your disposal] to proclaim His mercy, for every word falls short of how merciful He really is (Diary, 491). The Holy Father’s pilgrimage is the fourth papal visit at the Łagiewniki Shrine. Before Pope Francis, it was visited twice by Saint Pope John Paul II (1997, 2002) and Pope Benedict XVI (2006). Each such event with the participation of the Pope shows to the world “the gift of God for our times” which is the life of St. Faustina and the message of Mercy provided to her by Jesus.