Divine Mercy in my Soul PDF File†††† ††††††
FOOTNOTE 189 April 17. Today, during a catechetical lecture [by Father Theodore  ], I was given a confirmation of what I had understood interiorly and lived by for quite some time; namely, that if a soul loves God sincerely and is intimately united with Him, then, even though such it soul may be living in the midst of difficult external circumstances, nothing can disturb its interior life; and in the midst of corruption, it can remain pure and unsullied; because the great love of God gives it strength for battle, and God also protects in a special way, even in a miraculous way, a soul that loves Him sincerely†† (Diary 1094) ††††
 In the Cracow house, the chaplain, Father Theodore Czaputa, had weekly lectures to the sisters on ascetical subjects. These were familiarly called "Catechism." Sister Faustina probably is referring to one of these.