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To Know, To Love & To Serve

Faustina Academy is a private, independent, coeducational college preparatory school that offers a challenging curriculum emphasizing the principles of our faith's traditional catechism.

The Academy's foremost goal is the development of the student in faith, love, and service to God. The difference at Faustina? The quest for excellence of the mind, heart, and soul.

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This Week at Faustina

April 13th – 19th, 2014

Monday, April 14th

Tuesday, April 15th – EARLY DISMISSAL

Wednesday, April 16th – NO SCHOOL

  • Easter Break

Thursday, April 17th – HOLY THURSDAY – NO SCHOOL

  • Easter Break

Friday, April 18th – GOOD FRIDAY – NO SCHOOL

  • Easter Break

From the Principal

Divine Mercy

This Friday is the beginning of the Divine Mercy Novena…below is the novena.  At the end of the novena, if one receives communion on Divine Mercy Sunday (April 27th), and goes to confession the night before or on Divine Mercy Sunday, one receives a complete forgiveness of sins and all punishment due to sin is wiped away.  To get this great promise one has to go to Confession and then receive Holy Communion on that Feast of Divine Mercy, which has now been called Divine Mercy Sunday throughout the whole Church.  In St. Faustina’s Diary, Jesus said, “Whoever approaches the Fountain of Life on this day will be granted complete forgiveness of sins and punishment.” (Diary, 300) 
I named the school after this beloved Saint due to this message that our Lord wanted the world to know.  His great mercy is showered upon us every Divine Mercy Sunday.  This should not be confused with a plenary indulgence.  With a plenary indulgence, one must be detached from sin in order to obtain the plenary indulgence.  The promise of Divine Mercy Sunday, does not have the same stipulation…if the above is done with sincerity, there is no stipulation attached.  You will receive a complete forgiveness of sins and punishments due to sin.  That is the promise from our Lord to St. Faustina. 
Have a wonderful Holy Easter!

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