A documentary that tells the incredible story of the Divine Mercy image

“This painting was abandoned, stolen, used as contraband, wrapped, stored and abandoned for many years. In short, forgotten.”
This is the original image of the Divine Mercy, the same one the painter Eugeniusz Kazimirowski painted in 1934 at the behest of Sister Faustina and her confessor, Father Michal Sopocko. They tried to replicate the image of Jesus as he appeared to Sister Faustina.
Now, a documentary traces the history of this painting that spent decades hidden during the Soviet occupation of Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania. Two nuns risked their lives to hide the painting and ensure its safety. […]”
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