When St. Faustina Visits the 'Prisoners'

Saint Faustina, the so-called "secretary of Divine Mercy," has become one of the Church's most popular saints. Her Diary has become required reading for those seeking to understand how God works in those souls who surrender their wills to Him.

In the following video, Fr. Dan Cambra, MIC, shares his thoughts on a powerful passage from St. Faustina's Diary (entry 20) in which she visits "a prison of suffering."

What is that prison? And what can we do to help those "prisoners"?


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