Divine Mercy in my Soul PDF File†††† ††††††
FOOTNOTE 205 However, the priest [ probably Father Casimir Ratkiewicz  ] recognized the condition of my soul at once and said to me, "Despite everything, you are on the way to salvation; you are on the right path, but God may leave your soul in this darkness and obscurity until death, and the former light may never return. But in all things abandon yourself to the will of God." †††(Diary 1205) ††††
 Perhaps one of the Benedictine Fathers, Kazimierz Ratkiewicz (1906-1965), who was a friend of the sisters in Rabka. The first group of Benedictines arrived in Poland in 1936 and settled in the "Jaworzyna" villa in Rabka, not far from the house of the Congregation of Our Lady of Mercy called "Loretto." The Fathers regularly said masses there, and Father Ratkiewicz busied himself with hearing the sisters' confessions. He was great friends with "Loretto," and it is very likely that it was he who heard Sister Faustina's confession.