Saint Faustina (Helen Kowalksa, “Saint Maria Faustyna Kowalska”, 1905 – 1938) is one of the most venerated and emulated Saints in all of Poland. Jesus appeared to her in Apparitions which she kept record of in what is now known as the “Diary of Saint Maria Faustina Kowalska: Divine Mercy in My Soul”. St. Faustina devoted her life to Divine Mercy, and to spread its message. In Vilnius, Lithuania, Pilgrims can see the original painting of Divine Mercy and be touched by its message and history. In Poland, Pilgrims literally walk in the footsteps of this great Saint Faustina by visiting significant sites from her life, like the site of her Baptism and first Holy Communion and Confession. Lagiewniki is home to the Shrine of the Divine Mercy where Christ passed on the message of Divine Mercy to her on Sunday, February 22, 1931. This Shrine now holds many images of merciful Jesus, relics of St. Faustina, as well as her tomb. Saint John Paul II, our only Polish Saint, was an ardent supporter of Divine Mercy. He Beatified her on April 18, 1993, and Canonized her on April 30, 2000. That same day, he also designating the Sunday after Easter as "Divine Mercy Sunday". . Make a Pilgrimage in the footsteps of Saint Faustina to be called closer to the devotion to Divine Mercy.