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St. Faustina (1905-1938)
Faustina regularly received revelations from the Lord. At the request of Christ and her confessors, she recorded the words of Jesus in her diary. Our Lord asked her to share His message of Divine Mercy with the world; it is now one of the world's most popular devotions. She died of tuberculosis.

Reflections from the Saints

O Christ, let my greatest delight be to see You loved and Your praise and glory proclaimed, especially the honor of Your mercy. O Christ, let me glorify Your goodness and mercy to the last moment of my life, with every drop of my blood and every beat of my heart. Would that I be transformed into a hymn of adoration of You. When I find myself on my deathbed, may the last beat of my heart be a loving hymn glorifying Your unfathomable mercy.
– St. Faustina
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Life in Christ: Catechism #2435

Recourse to a strike is morally legitimate when it cannot be avoided, or at least when it is necessary to obtain a proportionate benefit. It becomes morally unacceptable when accompanied by violence, or when objectives are included that are not directly linked to working conditions or are contrary to the common good.