Notes for the Diary of St. Faustina Kowalska (Notes 105-106) for par. 522-530

Second Notebook – Notes 105-106 (for paragraphs 522-530)

105. There is no custom in the Congregation of adding a cognomen to the religious name. But it is possible for a sister to make an addition to her name, depending on the devotion she has, as, for instance, Sister Faustina did, adding “of the Blessed Sacrament.”

106. In the sisters’ dining room (refectory) there was a bulletin board on which the superior put the names of the sisters who had some special duty for the given week. In this case, it was duty at the gate during community meals that was meant.