St. Faustina was a young Polish nun who felt she received a special message from Jesus in which she was told to tell the world about the mercy of Jesus, that Jesus did not want to punish the world but to heal it through His divine mercy. St. Faustina kept her diary over a period of time as she felt she was ordered to do by Jesus and recorded her experiences of the Divine Mercy of Jesus in her soul which she passed on to others through this diary. The amazing thing the reader discovers in The Diary of St. Maria Faustina is that, although Maria Faustina was fairly uneducated, she expresses a childlike trust and intimacy in Jesus and expresses spiritual insights that are surprising and rewarding for the reader. This is an updated version of The Diary Of St. Maria Faustina which has been edited to improve the translation and to correct punctuation making the diary easier to read than earlier versions and allowing the reader to better see the personality of this young spiritual woman. The Diary of St. Maria Faustina has a biography of her life with explanations of the various spiritual practices that have developed around her writings of the Divine Mercy of Jesus.