About this Round St. Maria Faustina Medal with Prayer Card
A St. Maria Foustina Pendant and prayer card are paired to make a lovely gift idea. This medallian shows a sweet image of St. Maria standing in her habit. The pendant has the following features;
The medal is round in shaped.
The pendant displays an image of St. Maria Faustina with a large crucifix pendant around her neck.
The raised border of the pendant has the words SAINT MARIA FAUSTINA PRAY FOR US.
The back of the medal is plain.
The pendant measures 3/4" in diameter.
The medalliona is paired with an 18" stainless steel lite curb chain with clasp closure.
The medal is made of pewter.
The medallion is made in the USA.
The St. Maria Faustina prayer card is laminated and measures 4.5" x 2.5". The prayer card has an image of St. Maria Faustina dressed in a black nun's habit and displaying a large crucifix pendant around her neck. The back of the card has a prayer to St. Maria Faustina.
ST. MARIA FAUSTINA
"O Lord. I want to be completely transformed into Your
mercy and to be Your living reflection. May the greatest
all divine attributes, that of Your unfathomable mercy,
pass through my heart and soul to my neighbor.
Help me, O Lord, that my eyes may be
merciful, so that I may never suspect or judge
from appearances, but look for what is
beautiful in my neighbor's soul and come to
Help me, O Lord, that my ears may be
merciful, so that I may give heed to my
neighbor's needs and not be
indifferent to their pains and moanings.
Help me, O Lord, that my tongue may be
merciful, so that I should never speak
negatively of my neighbor, but
have a word of comfprt and forgiveness for all.
Help me, O Lord, that my hands may be
merciful and filled with good deeds, so that I
may do only good to my neighbor and take
upon myself the more difficult and
Help me, O Lord, that my feet may be
merciful and filled with good deeds, so that
I may hurry to assit my neighbor, overcoming my own
fatigue and weariness (...)
Help me, O Lord, that my heart may be
merciful, so that I myself may feel all the
sufferings of my neighbor.
May Your mercy, O Lord, rest upon me".
(Diary # 163).